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Frozen Grapes

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Basic / Breeders Info

Frozen Grapes is a mostly sativa variety from Gus’ Unique Selections and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±67 days ), outdoors and in the greenhouse. Gus’ Unique Selections’ Frozen Grapes is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Gus’ Unique Selections’ Frozen Grapes Description

Frozen Grapes is a cross made by crossing Grapes of Wrath [(Grape God) x (Grape Stomper OG)] x a Banana Split (Crockett Family Farms) male. Expect a large plant with a big stretch. Large long buds with heavy yields. Terpenes are very heavy grape reminiscent of eating frozen grapes in the blistering hot summers. Flowering time of 9-10 weeks. Great for indoors or outdoors.

Frozen Grapes Lineage / Genealogy

  • Frozen Grapes »»» x Banana Split x Grape Stomper OG
      • »»» Godbud x Grapefruit
        • »»» God x Hawaii x Purple Skunk
            »»» Unknown Strain
          • »»» Purple #1 x Unknown Skunk F1
              »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid
              • »»» Afghanistan x Mexico x Colombia »»» Indica »»» Sativa »»» Sativa
                »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid
                • »»» Grape Stomper x Underdawg OG
                  • »»» Purple Elephant x Chemdog Sour Diesel
                    • »»» Purple Urkel x Unknown Strain
                          »»» Mostly Indica
                        • »»» Headband x Sour Diesel Probably
                          • »»» x Sour Diesel Probably x Sour Diesel

                              • »»» Chemdawg x Probably x Hindu Kush, Pakistan
                                  »»» Sativa
                                  »»» Indica
                                  »»» Indica
                                  (specified above)
                                • »»» Original Diesel x DNL
                                  • »»» Chemdawg x x SensiNL

                                        • »»» Skunk #1 x Afghanistan
                                              (specified above)
                                              • »»» NL #1 x NL #2 x NL #5 IBL
                                                  »»» Indica
                                                    Probably »»» Indica
                                                    »»» Mostly Indica
                                                  • »»» x Northern Lights x Hawaiian
                                                        (specified above)
                                                        »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid
                                                      • »»» OG Kush x Sour Diesel Probably (specified above) (specified above)
                                                      • »»» Tangie x Banana Sherbet
                                                        • »»» California Orange x x Unknown Strain
                                                            (specified above)
                                                            »»» Indica/Sativa Hybrid
                                                          • »»» Banana Kush x Sunset Sherbet probably
                                                            • »»» Ghost OG x x Haze
                                                                (specified above)
                                                                • »»» Mexico x Colombia x Thailand x India »»» Sativa »»» Sativa »»» Sativa »»» Sativa
                                                                  Ghost cut (specified above)
                                                                • »»» Girl Scout Cookies x Pink Panties
                                                                  • »»» F1 Durban x OG Kush South Florida S1
                                                                      • »»» Durban Poison x Chemdawg Mendocino IBL

                                                                            KwaZulu-Natal »»» Sativa
                                                                          • »»» OG Kush South Florida x South Florida x Burma
                                                                              South Florida (specified above)
                                                                                Probably Sativa »»» Sativa

                                                                              Map of the Frozen Grapes Family Tree

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                                                                              How to Freeze Grapes for Snacks and Smoothies

                                                                              Grapes were recently on sale crazy cheap at the grocery store. One of my friends knows how much Madeline and I love our green smoothies. She mentioned that green grapes were great in green smoothies.

                                                                              Since I’m trying to cut my grocery bill down a little, I decided to buy a couple bags of green grapes to freeze for smoothies (green grapes are a lot cheaper than the frozen pineapple we usually like to throw in).

                                                                              Freezing grapes is super simple.

                                                                              The first time around, I didn’t want to deal with any prep so I just stuck the grapes, stems and all, in a gallon-sized freezer bag. Then, I shoved the whole thing in the freezer.

                                                                              It wasn’t too bad, but there was the extra step in the morning of pulling the grapes off the stem and washing them before putting them in our smoothies (we like a combo of green grapes, frozen peaches or mangos, fresh spinach, and orange juice).

                                                                              The next week, green grapes were on sale again for the same price. I bought a couple more bags and followed the instructions I’ve shard below. This method for freezing grapes is super easy, time saving for morning smoothies, and tasty!

                                                                              BONUS: Frozen grapes make a great, cold snack on a hot day. Kids love them!

                                                                              How to Freeze Grapes

                                                                              I’m almost embarrassed to tell you how to freeze grapes, because it’s so easy! Frozen grapes take some time to harden in the freezer, but otherwise the process is painless. Here’s how to freeze grapes:

                                                                              1. Remove the grapes from their stems. Discard stems.

                                                                              2. Place grapes in a colander. Rinse well.

                                                                              3. Line a large baking tray with an absorbent towel.

                                                                              4. Lay the grapes on top of the towel and allow to dry.

                                                                              5. When the grapes are completely dry, transfer to another baking sheet.

                                                                              6. Place the entire baking sheet in the freezer and freeze until the grapes are solid.

                                                                              7. Transfer the frozen grapes to a large gallon sized freezer bag.

                                                                              Can I Use Any Type of Grape?

                                                                              Yep! You can freeze any type of grape. Green grapes are a little more tart, whereas red are slightly sweeter. You can also freeze grapes a few at a time whenever you have some in your fridge that are about to go bad.

                                                                              Can I Freeze Grapes with Seeds?

                                                                              Seedless grapes are best for freezing since you don’t want to crunch down on a frozen seed. But if you only have grapes with seeds in them, you can always cut the seeds out before placing them in the freezer.

                                                                              With that said, you don’t need to remove the seeds if you’ll be adding the frozen grapes to smoothies or another treat you’ll be blending up. Just note that grape seeds are sometimes quite bitter, so they may affect the flavor slightly!

                                                                              Frozen Grapes Uses

                                                                              Besides smoothies, a few of my favorite ways to use frozen grapes include:

                                                                              • As ice cubes (so they don’t water down your beverage of choice)
                                                                              • In a slushie (blend frozen grapes with a little juice or water)
                                                                              • Straight from the freezer bag
                                                                              • Atop frozen yogurt

                                                                              More How to Freeze Tutorials:

                                                                              Now that you know everything there is to know about freezing grapes, here are some more helpful freezer tutorials to check out:

                                                                              Next time you make a batch pancakes or waffles, make some extra and follow this quick and easy tutorial for How to Freeze Pancakes and Waffles. I’ve also given instructions on how to reheat them!

                                                                              Freezing raspberries is a wonderful way to enjoy summer’s harvest year-round! This guide explains how to freeze raspberries, plus it answers the most commonly asked questions about thawing frozen raspberries and using them in recipes.

                                                                              Did you know that you can also freeze kale? Here’s How to Freeze Kale 4 different ways, depending on how you want to use it!

                                                                              No matter what season it is, you need to know How to Freeze Cookie Dough. Spoiler: it’s super easy to do!

                                                                              Did you know that smoothies can easily be prepped in advance and frozen. So easy and delicious! Check out How to Make Freezer Smoothies.

                                                                              Yep, you can freeze spinach too. Here’s How to Freeze Spinach, plus a yummy smoothie you can make with it.

                                                                              Who doesn’t love a good kitchen tip? Looking for more kitchen tutorials? Check out the entire Kitchen Tips and Tricks archive for lots of great ideas!

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                                                                              Can You Freeze Grapes?

                                                                              I have more grapes than we can eat in an entire month. Grapes are my favorite, I eat them any time of the day and use them in any recipe I can. I have both seedless and seeded grapes. I wonder if I can freeze them right away after washing or do I have to take out its seeds first from the seeded ones?

                                                                              Yes, you can freeze grapes. Freezing grapes does not change its flavor and is a good way to extend its life. Seedless grapes can be frozen directly. If your grapes have seeds, you should deseed them before freezing. Simply cut the grapes in half and remove the seeds. Frozen grapes are a great summer treat. You can eat them right away, no thawing needed. Grapes also thaw well.

                                                                              Grapes are great sources of Vitamins C, K, and B1. Other than being healthy and delicious, grapes are also easy to store and freeze.

                                                                              Can You Freeze Grapes?

                                                                              Freezing grapes is a good way not only to preserve them but also to enjoy eating them. You can eat them fresh from the freezer but you can also freeze them in other forms.

                                                                              When frozen, grapes can last up to five months. However, some resources say that it is best to consume them within three months to guarantee freshness.

                                                                              Grapes do not need to be thawed to be eaten. They do need to be thoroughly washed before freezing for they contain pesticide residue.

                                                                              Other than freezing, you can also preserve them through canning. Although this requires much more effort and time, canned grapes are also useful in many kitchen dishes.

                                                                              Unlike some other fruits, frozen grapes do not highly differ to fresh grapes. They have similar nutritional content and taste. They can, however, serve as hazards to young children, since they’re hard when fresh from the freezer.

                                                                              Having a keen sense of smell and sight can help you identify whether or not your grapes have gone bad. A sour smell and a brown discoloration are some signs of expiration.

                                                                              How to Freeze Grapes?

                                                                              • Destem the grapes and place them in a colander or salad spinner.
                                                                              • Wash the grapes thoroughly with running water to remove any excess pesticide from the vineyard.
                                                                              • Place each grape on a towel to dry; doing this helps prevent icicles from forming once placed in the freezer. If possible, wipe excess water out individually.
                                                                              • Separate each grape from the other and lay them out on a baking tray or sheet, preferably with wax paper, so that removing them will be easy and freezing is done evenly. Putting the grapes together will cause them to stick, so remember to always separate.
                                                                              • Once frozen, transfer the grapes on a plastic bag to save up freezer space. Make sure that the bag is sealed well. Remember to remove air from the bag.

                                                                              Grapes Recipes

                                                                              Using only staple kitchen ingredients, this Chicken Salad with Grapes and Apples create the perfect appetizer or snack, whichever you prefer. Check out the recipe here:

                                                                              Give your usual panna cotta a twist by adding some roasted grapes to it. By doing this, your dish will surely be one to come back for. Find out how to do it here:

                                                                              Create the perfect Concord Grape Pie that will surely make your guests’ mouth water with this easy recipe. Find it here:

                                                                              Wrap Up

                                                                              Yes, you can freeze grapes. Although grapes have a high water content, the grape skin acts as a protective barrier to retain its flavor and nutritional content. That is why freezing grapes makes them last longer than refrigerating. Here are some great tips on how to freeze your grapes: Remove the stems, wash the grapes, allow them to dry thoroughly on a paper towel, spread 6 cups of grapes in one layer on baking sheet covered with wax paper, flash freeze, transfer into a freezer bag or container, keep in the freezer for up to 1 year.

                                                                              What are your plans on freezing grapes this year? Share your ideas on how to use frozen grapes in the comment section below.