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KENDILYNN SparkPoints: (11,043)
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4/19/13 4:56 P

In addition to carrots and celery, my kids like radishes, broccoli and cauliflower raw. I just keep them in a gallon ziplock bag mixed together. An added benefit of keeping it pre-cut is that in a pinch, I can just grab a handful and throw it in a stir-fry, top a salad, or dump it in while I'm roasting a chicken.

STEPBYSTEP_ Posts: 777
4/17/13 5:26 P

thanks; I hadn't seen that area before! great tool to have emoticon

it tells me how to store vegetables and prepare them but I couldn't see how to store them after they are prepared? which is what I'm after

thanks again

CLRWILLIAMS25 SparkPoints: (32,663)
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4/17/13 10:45 A

I was totally going to suggest the perfect produce resource center! I just found out about it a few days ago and emailed it to my mom.

SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 31,115
4/16/13 12:35 P

We have a Perfect Produce resource center that you may find helpful: www.sparkpeople.com/resource/perfect_prod.
asp
. If you click on a specific item, it will give you some information on how to store it.

Coach Denise

STEPBYSTEP_ Posts: 777
4/16/13 12:32 A

I keep reading articles that suggest pre-cutting vegetables to have on hand for snacks - but what is the best way to store them? and other than carrots and celery what else keeps well; can be eaten raw and could be pre-cut?

Thanks

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