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Can I freeze romaine lettuce to use later

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asked Mar 20, 2014 by Rye

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Lettuce has a lot of water in it.  I would suggest that you only buy what you need for the week.  When frozen the texture is going to change and you might need to use that like spinach.
answered Mar 20, 2014 by anonymous
NOOO it will not freeze . You can keep Romaine in your fridge for a month if you follow these directions .Get a grocery plastic bag with no holes in the plastic .Take your Romaine and look at the bottom . If it is brown  , cut the brown off and run it under the faucett .Then put it right into the bag and twist it shut .Do this every time the bottom turns brown and you will have crispy Romaine lettuce until you use it all up. If you do not cut the brown off the bottom of the Romaine , it will not have a way to soak up the moisture in the bag and the Romaine leafs will start to turn brown at the ends . Try it , you will love it.
answered Jul 3, 2014 by wnight1 (800 points)

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