Earlier this week, we showed you how to purÃ©e your fruit  for a quick berry lemonade. If you want to save your fruit for the long-haul, weblog TipNut’s extensive guide to preparing 19 various fruits for freezing is worth a look.
In order to pack a particular fruit, you must first know its intended use. This will determine the type of packaging required: dry, sugar, or syrup pack. The dry pack method, for example, is used on fruits that can be frozen without any prep time (apart from your basic washing and draining). Blueberries, cranberries, and currants fall into this category.
The full post also offers advice on how to prevent fruit discoloration and includes the above chart that breaks down a total of 19 fruits according to their preparation requirements and preferred packing methods.
Once you master the art of fruit freezing, take a look at our complete guide to freezing food  to further expand your culinary (freezing) skills.
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