so on a whim, I set up a garden this year, and while spike and now yuan has enjoyed the heck out of tearing all those fresh greens to bits, I'm still going to have way more left over than even the goats can eat.
Is there a good way to freeze these? I have a big freezer that does little more than hold my lunches for work, and is there a good way to do this. I have always supplimented my iggys food with frozen, but mostly with the berries and veggies.
As an added bonus, if I get a good answer, I'll figure out how to post the 5 min. vid of me letting spike loose (before breakfast) in a garden of collards and beets..
talk about a feeding frenzy... you would think that old guy hated plants..
Last Edit: Aug 10, 2008 2:58:03 GMT -8 by khaosinc
There is no good way to freeze greens. The molecular breakdown of the cells in the leaves makes for a very messy and mushy thaw. You also would then need to replace the thiamine that's lost in the freezing process which can be done with Brewer's yeast.
That's very funny about Spike. I bet he thought he was in heaven...:-D