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    Default Freezing pears

    We've been given 20kg of pears that I'd like to freeze to use throughout the next few months. Can I just, peel, core, quarter and stew them in a little water? I'd rather not add sugar as it's for the babies. Will that work?

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    Should work fine. I used to do that with fruit for my kids, then blitz it and freeze in ice cube trays when they were little.

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    Yep will work fine. I stew all my fruit without adding any sugar.


 

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