I picked up an enormous basket--10+lbs-- of bargain "ice cream peaches" (e.g. some turning overripe) at the farmers market earlier today. I was pleasantly surprised at how many still aren't quite ripe are in great condition but I still have TONS that I need to deal with quickly and efficiently.
Freezing "as is" (I've read a quick blanch, remove skins is best...other thoughts)?
Other ideas?! I don't have the supplies for canning/jam on hand
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