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 Can you freeze fresh figs whole?

Answer Because the flesh of a fig is so delicate and tender, it is not recommended that they be frozen for later use. But, if you decide to freeze your fresh figs, make sure that you first soak them in an... Read More »
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How do I Use Fresh Figs?

"Although dried figs are available throughout the year, there is nothing like the unique taste and texture of fresh figs," reports whfoods.com. Fresh figs are chewy and their seeds are quite crunch... Read More »
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When are fresh figs available?

Fresh figs are available in different months of the year depending on the variety. The season begins mid-May and continues through mid-December in California, where many figs are grown. Some variet... Read More »
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I have a fig tree and every year the raccoons eat ALL the figs. How can I keep the raccoons off my figs?

I had the same problem with animals eating my figs. My dad built a cage around it(wood frame, plastic netting). It helped to some extent. But birds would manage to get in there and then are too ... Read More »
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How to Freeze a Whole Deer?

Freezing a large animal for consumption later requires a few steps to ensure it will last and taste good when thawed. If you have acquired an entire deer carcass, chances are you won't be able to u... Read More »
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