How To Freeze Peaches
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"Here is how to freeze peaches so you can enjoy the sweet juiciness of your favorite stone fruit all year long. There is nothing I love more than a fresh, ripe, rosy peach. The juice running down your arm as your teeth sink into the sweet flesh as you lean over the sink to catch the juice. Who wouldn’t want to preserve this yummy summer treat all winter? The best type of peach for freezing is a freestone peach. A freestone peach has fruit that falls right off the pit. The freestone peaches are perfect for eating, canning, and freezing. Freestone peaches tend to be larger than clingstones, with a firmer, less juicy texture, yet still sweet."
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