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28 Dec 17 Tony (Australia - temperate climate)
Can you freeze Apple Cucumbers. As I have tons of them all growing at the same time
01 Jan 18 Tanya (Australia - temperate climate)
No you cant freeze them, they go all horridable, mushy.
30 Dec 17 Mike (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
They would probably end up all mushy. Try pickling them - look up internet for a pickling recipe . You only need a plant or two to feed a family - or stagger the planting times. Feed the neighbours or friends. I have just given away over half my sweet corn crop (30 plants) as I didn't think they would hold on too well (go starchy) in the current hot weather.

No you cant freeze them, they go all horridable, mushy.

- Tanya

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