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Line a dry baking sheet with parchment paper and place the squash cubes or slices on it in a single layer. Freeze for one hour, or until solid. Once the squash has frozen solid, you can slide if off the parchment paper and transfer it to zip-top freezer bags to store for the long haul.
Yes, you can certainly freeze it without blanching. The purpose of blanching prior to freezing is to stop the enzymes that degrade the flavor, it`s not for safety. As long as you eat the squash within 4 to 6 months, the flavor should be ok.
Freeze the squash cubed or sliced if you plan on preparing the zucchini or squash as a side vegetable, casserole, soup, or stews. You can also grate it and freeze it in 1- to 2-cup portions for zucchini bread, muffins, and cakes. Feel free to combine zucchini and summer squash when you freeze them.
Yes, you absolutely can freeze zucchini without boiling or cooking it! Instead of cutting it into slices, you will need to grate or shred the zucchini before freezing. Storing it like this will save you quite a bit of time.
Yes, you can freeze zucchini without blanching it! Blanching vegetables before you freeze them is thought to deactivate their enzymes, which could potentially cause discoloration or make vegetables mushy.
Arrange the zucchini in a single layer on a baking sheet lined with a silicon baking mat. Pat the tops of the zucchini dry with a clean dishtowel; you won`t get the zucchini completely dry, but even patting them a little bit helps prevent puddles and big ice crystals from forming. Freeze until solid.
Pre-freeze the zucchini by laying the slices out on a tray using a baking sheet. Place it in the freezer for 1-2 hours, or until it`s frozen. This ensure you don`t end up with one big clump of frozen zucchini. Package your zucchini in freezer bags and store it away for up to one year!
Yellow squash or summer squash can be frozen but must be blanched prior to freezing to inactivate naturally occurring enzymes to prevent spoiling while frozen. A quick boil followed by cold water immersion is the concept behind blanching prior to freezing.
The skin of yellow squash is not very thick, so there`s no need to peel the squash first. Choosing food at its best is key to getting good results from freezing. Yellow squash should be blanched before freezing to preserve color, texture, and flavor.
We`re sometimes asked, “Can I freeze a whole zucchini?” You certainly can, but it will be much more challenging to thaw and use later. (Imagine trying to shred a soggy whole thawed squash.) So instead, we recommend tackling the shape in advance so you can put the frozen zucchini to quick use when you`re ready.
Yes, you can freeze zucchini raw. If you are shredding your zucchini you can just pop it in the freezer (after squeezing out the water). If you are freezing slices zucchini then it is highly recommend that you blanch the slices first.
While freezing zucchini is a great way to extend its life, it`s not as simple as just popping a few squash into your freezer. Raw zucchini gets weepy and watery after thawing. To effectively save it, you should chop and blanch it first. This helps set the texture and color and makes it last longer.
If you are thinking of stocking them up to always have them available in the kitchen, the answer is yes, zucchini can be frozen, both raw and cooked! Storing zucchini in the freezer is a clever and very practical solution to keep them for a long time, without losing their flavors and nutrients and enjoy them later.
Blanching is a must for most vegetables to be frozen. It slows or stops the enzyme action which can cause loss of flavor, color and texture. The blanching time is very important and varies with the vegetable and size. Underblanching stimulates the activity of enzymes and is worse than no blanching.
To blanch zucchini, simply bring an unsalted pot of water to a boil. Toss in the zucchini, and cook for 1 minute. Then, scoop it out and place into a bowl of ice water to stop the cooking process. Once your zucchini is cooled, it`s time to move onto freezing.
You sure can! You won`t get the same crisp texture that you have from fresh zucchini, but frozen zucchini is a great addition to soups, stews, sauces, muffins, and quick breads.
Use a box grater to grate the zucchini on a cutting board. Place the grated zucchini in a clean kitchen towel and wring it dry over your sink to remove excess water.
We recommend preserving summer squash or zucchini by pickling or freezing. Summer squash is good for you. It is low in calories and many varieties provide vitamin C, potassium and, if the skin is eaten, beta carotene. Preserve summer squash by freezing, pickle them for canning or dry them.
Once the water returns to a boil, blanch squash for 3 minutes (4 minutes at elevations greater than 3,500 feet). After 3 minutes, remove the squash, using the basket or colander, and plunge pieces into cold water or ice water.
Can I freeze Zucchini? The answer is YES! I love having zucchini in the freezer to pull out for my favorite zucchini baked goods.
Zucchini lasts longest when stored in the refrigerator. The key is preventing it from having any extra moisture, so don`t wash it before storing and keep it in the crisper drawer away from produce with a high water content.
Water blanch the squash for 2 minutes. After blanching, cool the squash in cold water, drain, and package it in rigid freezer containers. Leave ½ inch of headspace before sealing and freezing.
Carefully slice each squash into slices that are about 1/4 inch thick. Bring a large pot of water to a rolling boil. Then carefully drop the squash into the pot and blanch for 2-3 minutes max. While the squash is in the boiling water, go ahead and prepare your freezer bags to put the squash in to freeze.

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A5 freezing up
ANSWER : There might be a couple of reasons for the malfunction. It is my experience that the upgrades made for Tippmann not always improve the performance of the guns, in fact they may cause problems like the one mentioned. I would try to switching your set up back to see if the problem continues and if it does make sure you have a fully loaded tank and that the internals on your cyclone are functioning correctly.

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Air conditioner on pop up camper
ANSWER : Yeah, it could be getting low on freon but you also could turn up the ac a bit… if your running at 68 degrees or something turn it up to 72 and it wont freeze up as quick.

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I have a Kawasaki Mule 3000. It is hard to keep
ANSWER : Take the spring off the screw and use teflon tape so you can adjust the screw further

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Have an Intex 12ft x 3ft metal frame pool. Set it up first and filled it and it lost more than half the water overnight. Did everything I was told to find the leak and nothing. Was on hands and knees in pool with blue dye dripping slowly here and there to see if it is sucked through pin holes since I couldn’t find a tear at any seams. Sent back pieces for a replacement liner. Two weeks later we have a new liner fresh from California and are having the SAME problem. What could be going on? The hours we have wasted in this leveling the ground putting up, taking down and putting pool up again… the cost of the water to fill it up twice. This seems to be quite the bottomless money/time pit. Any suggestions?
ANSWER : What is not included in the instructions is the simple ” lay down a bed of filter sand around 3″ thick before placing liner in the pool frame and radius it up at the bottom corners
that sand is necessary because any small pebble , rock or edge will cut the thin liner under water pressure or feet walking in the bottom of the liner
further more , if you use chlorine as a cleaning , antibacterial agent that will cause pin holes in any part of the liner not completely covered by water

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Saltwater filter system on an INTEX swimming pool.
After putting fresh well water in pool, (5,060 gallons) I put in 120 lbs. of swimming pool salt. I ran the filter for 24 hours then fired up the saltwater chlorinator. After an hour the water went from totally clear to clear but now quite green. Now what? There is still about 1 hour to go on the recommended 5 hour cycle. It’s not clearing up.
Tony
ANSWER : Are the require hours properly set as required.In some cases it takes much time in clearing/cleaning the dirt from water.
Set the operating hours using the up arrow button to increase the hours of operation and the down arrow button to decrease the hours of operation. Hours of operation are determined by the amount of water in gallons for the pool size.Re-lock the keypad by pressing and holding the down arrow button for 2 seconds until a long beep is heard, then pressing and holding the up arrow button for another 2 seconds until a second long beep is heard. The green LED light will light up within minutes indicating the system is operating.
It is possible to run the system for a longer period of time than is necessary. However, because chlorine dissipates over time (which is why pool owners must constantly go to the store, constantly purchase, and continually add standard chlorine to their pools), if you happen to run your Saltwater Pool System too long, you can simply begin running it for a shorter period the next day, and your pool will be fine. The best way to determine the optimal length of time to operate your system is to experiment with different operating lengths of time, and to test the amount of chlorine in your pool using the chlorine test strips provided by Intex. See Owner’s Manual for operating time table list. If you have one available.
How long does it take for the Saltwater Pool System to clear the “green” water from my pool? The Intex Saltwater Pool Systems work very quickly, and will immediately begin eliminating bacteria and algae from pool water. However, the exact amount of time needed to transform dirty, dangerous pool water to safe, clean, clear, fresh pool water will depend on a number of factors including how dirty the pool water is to start with, the size of the pool, and the temperature of the outside air.
Will the Saltwater Pool System work even if I use well water? What if I have hard water? Yes, the Saltwater Pool System will work in all water conditions. However, you may find it desirable to treat your water (just as you would if it was being used in your house), if it is hard or has high levels of calcium, etc. Calcium can form white scale on the titanium plates in the electrolytic cell, thus requiring more frequent cleaning. Other than more frequent cleaning, it will not affect the ability of your Saltwater Pool System to perform its functions.
click this link below for more troubleshooting:–
http://www.intexstore.com/FAQSaltwaterSystems-General.aspx#12
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Starter was removed, rebuilt and reinstalled. Looking for help fo correct wiring.

The starter has 1 small post and 2 large brass posts. 1 at the top and the other atthe bottom

There are 5 wires

– red battery cable
– red & yellow (Small post?)
– 2 red
– 1 orange

What could happen if the combinatio is not correct when I connect the battery?

I believe the serial # is LD64157

1998 Sey ray 3.0 L mercruser 135 HP

ANSWER : Hi,

Attach the orange wire (FROM THE ALTERNATOR) to the stud on the starter solenoid that you connect the red battery cable.. Looking at the studded end of the solenoid, the small stud on the right side gets the yellow w/red stripe from the slave solenoid. The strapping coming out of the starter should be connected to one stud already. The empty large stud gets the two red and the orange wires.”

The Red/ Yellow wire goes to the Small stud, closest to the block,+ All the other wires go on the vacant Big stud.

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Water build up in the starter & Reqoil case of my Polaris ATV
ANSWER : Your drain plugs should be visable, if they exist, on the lowest point of the body of the device. If you can’t readily see them, consider drying out the entire unit with a hair dryer and a little patience in drying the entire unit. From then on, I would consider evaluating the depth of water before entering. After all, the unit may not be amphibious, which sounds like your intended use!
Also, the battery may be affected by the extreme cold, as they often are, leaving a different approach to this problem. Good Luck!

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