The best time to buy vegetables is in the summer and fall months when they can be grown locally and are both cheaper and fresher.
Whether you have bought a surplus of vegetables from a farmer’s market or grocery store and don’t think you can use it all, or you just want to stock up for the winter months, freezing vegetables is a great way of not only saving money but having fresh, locally grown vegetables all year long.
Most people know you can freeze vegetables like squash and green beans, but did you know you can even freeze pumpkin? Learn how to freeze pumpkin and six other vegetables with 7 Vegetables to Freeze and Enjoy.
Some tips you will find in the article include how to blanch vegetables as well as how long you should keep the vegetables frozen for.
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