YUMMY, YUMMY, YUMMY. I made some a week ago, shredded a ton of zucchini and froze it, we have had fried zucchini rounds, zucchini hash and zucchini fritters.
Current total; 8 loaves, plus two of banana bread, because I had old bananas on the counter. That was from 3 zucchini. I have 4 more...
Are you freezing your loaves? i have never done that. Do they still taste soft and fresh when thawed out?off to make and can spaghetti sauce and black raspberry jelly.
Good question. I am freezing them. I will let you know when they thaw whether they are soft and fresh. :) I am counting on it. I've never done this before, but I don't want to waste all this zucchini!I also found recipes for zucchini salsa, and I am going to try pickling it like a cucumber salad my mom would make. "Couldn't hoit!" as she used to say in her never-been-Jewish-Yiddish-accent!
I'm anxious to find out how the bread freezes and thaws. i have never done that. Always just freeze my shredded zucchini in the amounts I need for my bread recipe. But having the bread already made would be great especially for unexpected company and such.
By the way, I posted a bunch of new pictures on my blog, I know you said before you weren't being notified when I made new posts.
I've frozen breads (quick breads and yeast breads) plenty of times. Cool completely, wrap in plastic wrap, then foil, freeze. Thaw completely before you take the wrappings off.
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