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Freezing paw paws

Posted by fxxy 6-7 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 20, 05 at 18:48

My tree has produced quite a bit of fruit, and I am wondering the best way to preserve them (NOT as preserves!)
Can they be frozen? If so, what is the best way?? Any ideas out there???

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RE: Freezing paw paws

Sure, you can freeze them, but they won't be as good as fresh ones. But a frozen pawpaw is still better than a rotten one. Sort of like the difference between a freshly ripe banana and a frozen one. They will still taste pretty good. You can freeze them whole or scoop out the good stuff and freeze it in a container.

RE: Freezing paw paws

I usually just scoop or squeeze the pulp out into a container(remove the seeds) and freeze it. Works OK for later use in cooking.

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