Stockpiling Tip :: Freeze Berries this Summer

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One of the best tips I can share with you about stockpling in the summer is to purchase berries when they are at their rock bottom price (for your area) and freeze to last all year. I always purchase large quantities of raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and strawberries and then I freeze them and stockpile them to use all fall/winter/spring. You can purchase at the grocery store, farmer’s market or a pick your own produce patch. I also supplement with growing my own.

Here is a how to freeze berries post which gives you a step by step guide on how to flash freeze your berries. I hope it helps you save big on your grocery budget!

Comments

  1. Excellent idea. Thank you!.

  2. Does this work for blueberries I was told that you do not rinse them off just freeze them.

    • Melissa@StockpilingMoms says:

      You can do this for blueberries – I always rinse dry and then flash freeze. If you rinse and then freeze they will be in a huge ball. Flash freezing is the key.

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