These tips for freezing produce have been sponsored by SC Johnson but all opinions expressed here are my own.
One of my favorite things about summer is the abundance of fresh produce available. If you are not a fan of gardening yourself, farmers markets make it easy to find locally grown fruits and vegetables. Stocking up on fresh produce during the summer and freezing it can save you quite a bit of money as the prices of produce go up during the winter season. If you enjoy gardening, freezing your harvest can be helpful if you don’t have a crop that is particularly bountiful. For example, my rhubarb grows slowly, allowing me to only harvest one or two stalks a week. By freezing the chopped rhubarb, I have enough to last me until the next batch or have the ability to use it in recipes come fall and winter. To ensure that your frozen produce stays fresh all winter long, follow my post on tips for freezing produce on the SC Johnson Greener Choices blog!
Disclaimer: I am compensated for the articles I write for SC Johnson but all opinions expressed are my own.