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Can you freeze carrots?

You may be wondering if it’s possible to store your overload of carrots in the freezer. Well, the answer is yes, of course! However, there is a right way and a wrong way of doing it.

In this short guide, we will be showing you the best and easiest method to freeze carrots.

The first thing to do is to clean up your carrots and remove their green stems. You could also peel them, but that’s optional. Fish but cutting your veggies to your preferred size.

Afterward, bring some water to a boil, then add your carrot slices and allow them to boil for about five minutes. Once that’s done, drain the pieces of carrot from the hot water and let them marinate in cold tap water to prevent them from further cooking.

Finally, spread them onto a big plate in a way that they don’t touch, because cooked pieces of vegetables get stuck to each other when frozen. Put in your freezer. Once they’re hard, you can move them to a smaller container without worrying about getting them stuck to each other.

Another tip, make sure you chose a good quality carrot, not all the products are the same. In reality, with lots of chemical additions in agriculture, it’ becomes a real problem when using carrot from any buyer.

For that, make sure you buy organic carrots, they’re full of health benefits, you can store them and make a delicious juice anytime. There are many organic food stores out there, just search in your local area and you’ll find dome.

If you don’t have any way to buy organic food, then, wash your carrots, or at least make them in water for a half-hour before washing them. That won’t remove all the chemicals, but al least can remove those from the surface.

We would recommend a sealable airtight box as it allows you to store it for the maximum amount of time.

We hope this guide was useful to you, and to everyone who is concerned about this particular issue.

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