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    Default What can I do with froze Rhubarb?

    I am making room in the freezer, and realize I have a few gallons of frozen rhubarb! I would like ot preserve it but not sure. All I see is stewed rhubarb, and I have no idea what I'd do with that..

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    You just eat stewed rhubarb like applesauce, either warm or cold, also good on a scoop of icecream. It's actually the only thing we ever did with rhubarb.

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    We make strewed rhubarb and add raspberries, blueberries or whatever we have. We use the sweetness of the other fruit to balance the bitterness of the rhubarb. That way we limit or do away with the added sugar. Dw also makes strawberry rhubarb pie.

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    Here is a link to the place that sells rhubarb lace:The Dry Store
    Mary T Bell- author of Food drying with an Attitude

    Here is the recipe for Rhubarb Lace:
    3 C rhubarb cut in 1 inch pieces
    3 C boiling water
    1/2 C sugar
    3 strawberries fresh or frozen
    1 T strawberry jello
    1/8 t ginger

    Place rhubarb in a stainless steel pot and cover with boiling water. Let it sit at least 1 hour until it changes color. Drain the water and puree the barb in blender. Add the remaining ingredients and puree until smooth.

    Spread puree evenly on a lightly oiled leather sheet. Dry in your dehydrator at 110-135 until the leather peels off easily with out any wet or sticky spots.

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    You could make rhubarb pie or rhubarb & strawberry pie, rhubarb crisp or jam.
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