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My fresh-frozen brussels sprouts are a bit brown inside - is it okay to still use them?

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I froze some fresh brussels sprouts a month or so ago. Now, I'd like to roast them with some other veggies but when I cut into them, they all have a slight brownish color on the inside. Are they still good to use?

asked by emilyv almost 2 years ago
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added almost 2 years ago

they don't look too terrible. I'd go for it. I think Brussels sprouts need to be blanched, though, before freezing.

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added almost 2 years ago

Thanks, mrslarkin. Since the general consensus (of 2, but still...) is pro-roast, I'm going to go for it - I have always been a bit of an adventurer :) I didn't know about the blanching - so thanks for that tip as well.