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Old September 22, 2018   #43
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Originally Posted by saltmarsh View Post
It really couldn't be simpler. Fresh from the garden is best. Trim the stems to about a 1/16 inch, wash it and allow to drain in a collander for a couple of minutes, arrange in a single layer on a cookie sheet in the freezer over night. You can stack trays on top of each other. When the Okra is frozen, remove from the freezer and pour it into a good quality freezer bag (not a slider). Remove the excess air from the bag using a straw. Repeat until the bag is full. Start another bag. It will keep until you have Okra again the next year.
Agree! This is the exact same method used here and it works like a charm. Easy peasy!
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