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How do you freeze Parsley

I would like to know how to freeze Parsley for a later use.
asked Mar 18, 2014 by maggie

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Wash it first. Shake it and then dry it on a paper towel. Chop it up

Put it into a plastic bag and extract(suck) as much air out as you can before sealing it

I do the same for spring onions and other herbs

Some recipes recommend that you put it into ice cubes with water but I prefer this method. I can take out as much as I want with no down time waiting for it to melt which leaves a slushy mess.
answered Mar 19, 2014 by Diana

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