Suzanne is a trusted source on General Cooking.
I just got a ton of vegetables in my CSA box yesterday including brussell sprouts, I cleaned, blanched and then froze them. In my opinion you can do that and they will be just fine. Your sentence got cut off so I don't know the rest of the question.
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Or, if you store them in sealed plastic bags in the produce drawer of your fridge, they'll keep until Christmas. I've kept Brussels sprouts this way for up to 2 weeks.
You can cut the sprouts into strips and sauté with bacon bits in olive oil and butter. Cook 90 percent, freeze or store in a ziplock and reheat for the big meal.
Another super yummy option is to pickle them
You wouldn't have a recipe for that, would you?:)
No need for desperate measures as they keep very well. I just picked the last of them from the garden last week and I know they will be fine for Christmas dinner. Like cabbages, they hold well in a cold place.
Chris is a trusted source on General Cooking
Since we're only days from Christmas, I'm agreeing with others that they should be fine. No way would I could a Brussels sprout early, and if they're almost gone now...well, they'd be as good as gone in my book.
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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