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Thread: How Do I freeze Peaches

  1. #21
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    May 2011
    Portland, OR
    I am hungry for peaches upon reading these! Just wish I could get ripe peaches as the grocery stores around here in Oregon. It seems like any I look at are rock hard and if I take home, rot before they get ripe. Any secrets from those of you who grow peaches. I would appreciate any suggestions! I love peaches but bypass them due to this!

  2. #22
    Super Member CindyA's Avatar
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    Dec 2011
    My sister grows peaches and is not having a good year. I just stopped by a local farm stand and they don't have ANY, they're looking for a grower to see if they can get a few more before season is completely over. I'm SO disappointed!

  3. #23
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    May 2010
    warner robins, georgia
    I have tried QuiltE's method. Haven't eaten any of them yet but they sure look pretty!

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    Super Member wendiq's Avatar
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    May 2009
    No. California
    I loved all the responses here. I had such grand plans, but, I, too, found a shortage of peaches. We actually ended up eating all we were able to get. However, hopefully, I can freeze some next year. Thank you, everyone, for your suggestions. I shared with a couple friends that live in "peach country" and were able to get a larger amount. They did have to be at the packing houses by 9 a.m. or they were all gone......I live hours away from the packing house and so did not get any. Did get there one day at 10 and they were all gone... Didn't have another opportunity to go back earlier.....Next year.....I am warned....LOL!

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