Freezing peaches is easy, but you\u2019re going to need some good stuff for that:\u2014 A large bowl of ice water (about a quart);\u2014 An exactly sized amount of white vinegar, about two tablespoons;\u2014 A pound or so of sugar; and\u2014 Thoroughly washed hulled peaches, in the plastic covering.
(Caution: Don\u2019t put any plastic bags or other wrap on them! Just comfortably use the peach plastic wrap that comes with it.)
Drip the sugar-vinegar-water over the peaches and let them sit for an hour; chill in your fridge. Next morning, spread the peaches evenly into a single layer on a cookie sheet, cover with more good white vinegar that you used originally.(Don’t use bottled vinegar) Do not mix up individual servings of fruit–spread them out as a single layer to accelerate freezing time. When very cold (about 12 hours after putting them in), slip them into freezer bagsThis is an article about how to freeze peaches. Let’s watch it together. If you have any questions, please remember to reply.
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