It’s a common misconception that frozen fruit is an all-purpose food, and it’s true that fruit is best left in the fridge until you need it.
But it’s a mistake to let frozen fruit sit for too long.
In fact, a cup of frozen berries can last for several months.
Frozen berries are good to keep fresh for several weeks, depending on the size and type.
Here’s how to thaw and freeze frozen fruit.
How to thawed frozen fruit: 1.
Place the fruit in a bowl.
Put the berries in the bowl and pour in a bit of cold water.
Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and leave it in the freezer for up to three weeks.
If you leave the berries out in the cold for an extended period of time, they will start to thicken and thicken a bit.
Remove the bowl from the freezer and store the fruit at room temperature for up-to three weeks without refrigeration.
If the berries have been sitting in the refrigerator for too many weeks, you can thaw them and store them in the same bowl in the hope they will thicken.
After a week or so, remove the frozen fruit from the refrigerator.
This will help thaw the fruit more completely and it can help prevent them from sticking together.
To thaw fruit, add the juice of a lemon, orange or grapefruit to the frozen berries.
The juice will thaw up into a paste that will thawed fruit and thawed berries.
If thawed fresh fruit is left in a container overnight, it can be kept in the microwave for 10 to 15 minutes.
This prevents the berries from getting too soft or too thick and it thaws the fruit better than it would if left out in its original container.