Sorry - another fruit freezing question!

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  1. Gettingthinnerbytheday

    Gettingthinnerbytheday Gold Member

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    Can you tell I am being good & sorting my fridge instead of binning it all out (think of the pennies I am saving!!! :D)

    Ok so Blueberries now - you know how you can eat frozen grapes, well do you think it would work as well with frozen blueberries???

    My daughter loves frozen grapes & as asda were selling of huge punnets of blueberries yesterday at just 39p i bought 3 but again they will be off by the time we're home.

    So can I freeze & eat from frozen or would I need to defrost first? Oh & anything I have to do to them first other than washing?? x
     
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    Yes they'll be ok to freeze, but I'd defrost them before eating. They're only little things so won't take long.

    What a bargin blueberries for 39p
     
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    Hi
    I buy frozen blueberries and they are lovely in jelly, or tipped onto your porridge in a morning :drool:. I do also snaffle them frozen sometimes -but I do that with raspberries, cherries n strawberries too :p
     
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    i'd eat them frozen :)
     
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    run under the tap in a collander for a couple of mins and they should be deftrosted.. works with prawns too..
    not hot water, just "room temp" water so you might need to mix in a bit of hot in this weather..
     
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    Ok so this morning I thought I'd give this frozen fruit eating lark a try & it's not for me.

    I tried blueberries but will give grapes a try next time;)
     
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    buy a bag of frozen fruit coctail and see if you like it..
    apples, mandarin, grape, melon, pineapple..
    not keen on frozen melon myself but the rest are great..
     
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    I've tried frozen grapes & must admit I did like them. They are going to brill in the summer as an alternative to ice lollies. I really don't fancy anything else frozen.
     
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