when to harvest pears in Missouri?

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Answered: Health benefits of pears

The pears fruit is a rich source of vitamins A and C, as well as copper and potassium, making it a medicinal cure for inflammation, colitis, gout, gallbladder disorder and arthritis. For more information and tips On Nutritional Benefits Of Pears visit the website, http://pears.net

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Answered: I need to know if I can freeze pears and how to do ...

for what ever reason pears do not do well when freezing. depending on how you were going to eat them, you can try putting them in a bowl, sprinkle some sugar and a couple of drops of lemon juice to keep them from turning brown and they will keep a little longer.
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How do i save my pear preserves that i cooked with too much sugar?

you can can them if you have a lot of it. Or you can put it in the fridge to keep if you eat it offen and have a small batch. I have done both. Canning is the best way to preserve them safely. Make sure you use canning jars and new lids so they will seal properly.

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