How Do You Freeze Ruby Red Grapefruit?
Ruby Red grapefruit is a fresh citrus fruit that can be enjoyed by simply peeling and eating the sections, drinking its freshly squeezed juice or using it in a variety of different recipes, including salads and desserts. Sometimes people receive large quantities of grapefruit, such as in a gift fruit box, or perhaps they have a Ruby Red grapefruit tree on their property that produces a substantial amount of fruit. One way to preserve an overabundance of Ruby Red grapefruit is to freeze it. With a bit of preparation, fruit sections can be frozen and stored for months, to use at your convenience. Wash the grapefruit with produce wash or mild soap. Slice each grapefruit in half, crosswise, with a sharp knife. Remove any seeds that are present; then use a serrated grapefruit spoon to extract the sections of grapefruit in each half. This action will allow you to break the fruit free from the membrane and the rind. Place the grapefruit sections in a large bowl. Mix 2 3/4 cups of sugar with 4