Learn how to freeze cabbage and then you will never have to throw away any extra cabbage from your garden. When sowing seeds in the garden cabbage is one that is hard to judge. The seeds are tiny and you just quite wrap your mind around how many seeds will give how much cabbage. So it is easy to end up with either too little cabbage or way to much cabbage. If you have too much you may find the entire family gets very tired of eating cabbage.
After you have spent a month cooking and serving cabbage in every possible way and still you have cabbage, you start thinking of composting or feeding it to the animals. Well, with these instructions from Food Skills For Self Sufficiency , that doesn’t have to happen anymore. You will learn how to freeze the excess cabbage so that you can enjoy it all winter long instead of eating it all at once. You will learn how to clean it, cut, blanch and then package it up for the freezer. You can freeze it in freezer boxes, bags, but the best is to vacuum seal it so it stays nice for a long time.