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Old 09-25-2012, 06:22 PM   #3
3lilbubs
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Re: Zucchini Freezing

I have done it, I think it's best if you save it only for using in baked dishes where it's pretty much going to dissolve. It loses a lot of volume and gets really soggy. You will need to drain it in a colander for a couple hours after defrosting it. Do-able, but not ideal. Shredded is ok, chopped no way. It turns to mush in the middles and the skin is rubbery. I try to avoid doing it at all costs. I'd rather do a zucchini bread bake a thon.
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