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Stop Throwing Out Spinnach/lettuc
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I have saved so much $$ by just putting the spinach in a plastic food storage lidded container with a paper towel on the bottom and another on top of the produce! Keeps up to 2 weeks! Works on sliced bell pprs too! Dry off the inside of the lid each time you open and use some of the contents. It's the water/wetness that spoils the produce before you have time to use it all. Amazing.

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  • Thanks for sharing info. My lettuce would turn brown before I used it up, no more! emoticon emoticon - by MSROZZIE
  • Okay , what a emoticon tip ! IT WORKS !! You have helped save me SO much $ & I'm out of work right now due to my son & this helped my budget !! emoticon - by AUTUMNHOPE
  • I've been using this trick for a while and it works great.

    Sometimes I also put it in a ziplock bag and squeeze out as much air as possible and the really helps as well. - by RUKIDDINGME123

  • Thanks for the info never thought of this tip to save lettuce and bell peppers will try this I usually wind up throwing half of my veggies away before I finish eating them. Thanks for the tip. emoticon - by ANGELGIRL65
  • PGRAHAM40
    This amazes me. I never thought of that. I will definitely try it - by PGRAHAM40
  • I knew that that would save fresh greens but never thought of doing that with the sliced peppers. Thanks so much for the tip!
    - by LSIG14
  • DIETER27
    yes your right this works. we do this trick also and saved money. - by DIETER27

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