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9/8/18 9:27 A

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When I get home from the grocery store I unwrap the greens and give them a rinse in fresh water. Then I set them in a colander to drip dry for 20 minutes. Picking them up I give them a little shake to toss off the clinging water drops. I put them in a fresh dry plastic bag with a little opening at the top so they can get some air. Every day I freshen them up after I've eaten some.

“Water is the most neglected nutrient in your diet, but one of the most vital.” – Julia Child

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9/7/18 11:47 P

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ok thanks

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9/7/18 11:26 P

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What I do is wash them in a salad spinner, then dry them off as well as possible and store them in a bag along with a clean tea towel. They last much longer that way for me.

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9/7/18 10:41 P

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Hi, I am back to try to eat right again was here year s ago. One thing I had trouble then and still do is storing greens. How do you keep them dry in the fridge, especially when you bring them home wet. sometimes bag greens get wet in the bag

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