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Cherries: How to Freeze

Russ Myers


Cherries may be frozen for up to three months!


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fresh bing cherries, stems intact
plastic freezer bags or containers

How to Make Cherries: How to Freeze


  • 1WASH and DRY your fresh bing cherries. Dryness is key! Leave the stems intact.
  • 2FREEZE your bing cherries in plastic bags or containers with the air removed (for up to three months).
  • 3THAW your bing cherries in the fridge (this helps maintain the juice and firmness in the fruit)
  • 4Enjoy! Try cherries that are slightly frozen for a real taste treat!

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About Cherries: How to Freeze

Course/Dish: Fruit Appetizers
Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Healthy, Heirloom

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