Fruit, Harvest, Vegetable

How to Freeze Rhubarb

Freezing rhubarb is a complicated, intensive and laborious process…NOT!

To freeze rhubarb you simply freeze it.

It really is that easy.


Cut the stalks into one inch pieces and pop into a freezer bag.

That’s it.

No fuss, no muss, no cooking, no steaming…just raw rhubarb chopped, bagged and frozen.

Tip – Washed rhubarb stalks should be thoroughly dry before chopping and freezing to prevent the pieces from sticking together.

Frozen rhubarb will keep in your freezer for a year.

*WARNING While the stalks are nutritious and delicious-albeit a bit sour-the leaves are poisonous and must not be consumed.


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