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Can tea syrup be frozen or canned for later use?


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2008-01-05 09:26:29
2008-01-05 09:26:29

It definitely can be frozen for use later. You probably could can it, but I'd be concerned the high temperatures would effect the taste and quality, so I'd probably stick with freezing.


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