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Frozen Cucumber Salad

Sounds weird, but this recipe is a quick and easy way to save, and later use, your overabundance of cucumbers from the garden. Just defrost and serve to friends and family as a special reminder of summer flavors, even in the dead of winter. Crunchy like pickles with a surprisingly pleasant flavor! Recipe courtesy of www.cooks.com.

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  • Mix all ingredients in large bowl.
  • Refrigerate for 24 hours.
  • Put in containers and freeze with the brine.
  • Just defrost to serve.
  • Tip: To save space and avoid freezer burn, I freeze this overnight in shallow freezer containers. Then, defrost slighty (or dip in a hot water bath) to release the food from the container. Seal the block of frozen food in a ziplock or seal-a-meal bag, label and stack back in the freezer until ready to use. This works great for all kinds of foods!
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"Sounds weird, but this recipe is a quick and easy way to save, and later use, your overabundance of cucumbers from the garden. Just defrost and serve to friends and family as a special reminder of summer flavors, even in the dead of winter. Crunchy like pickles with a surprisingly pleasant flavor! Recipe courtesy of www.cooks.com."
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  1. Faux Chef Lael
    Sounds weird, but this recipe is a quick and easy way to save, and later use, your overabundance of cucumbers from the garden. Just defrost and serve to friends and family as a special reminder of summer flavors, even in the dead of winter. Crunchy like pickles with a surprisingly pleasant flavor! Recipe courtesy of www.cooks.com.
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