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chefsdiscover.comHere’s a step-by-step guide on how to freeze Swiss chard from harvesting to blanching to freezing.
chefsdiscover.comTo harvest Swiss chard, cut the stems near the base using a sharp knife or scissors. The plants will continue to produce leaves throughout the season until the fir
chefsdiscover.comSwiss chard leaves are rather bumpy, with lots of crevices, so they have many spaces where dirt, sand, debris, or even insects can hide. Wash thoroughly.
chefsdiscover.comAdd the Swiss chard to a pot of boiling water and blanch for 3 minutes. Remove and plunge into the bowl of ice water.
chefsdiscover.comSqueeze out the excess moisture using a potato ricer.
chefsdiscover.comPlace in resealable ziplock bags, label and freeze.
chefsdiscover.comEnjoy your delicious and nutritious greens throughout the winter!
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