How to Freeze Bean Sprouts: 12 Steps (with Pictures)

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You may be wondering how you are going to eat all of them after you harvest them from your garden or shop for them at the grocery store.You can keep your Brussels sprout in the freezer for a year so you have time to enjoy them.If you want your vegetables to last longer, make sure to blanche them before putting them in the freezer.

To clean them, soak them in warm water for 10 minutes.Transfer them to a freezer bag with a clean dishcloth.Write the date on the bag with a marker after pressing out any excess air.The frozen vegetables can be kept in the freezer for up to a year.Blanching them first will help keep their flavor and nutrition in the freezer.Transfer them to an ice bath for a few minutes so they stop cooking.Store the sprout in the freezer for up to a year after drying them with a dishcloth.You can learn how to blanche your brussels sprout by scrolling down.Did the summary help you?