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How to Keep Fruits and Veggies Fresh

Proper Storage Prevents Spoilage, Saving You Hundreds


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Good article. Report
Great article. I am so glad I joined this challenge. Report
Great article - very helpful chart! Report
love the chart - going to print it out and pin it to the refrigerator for future use Report
I've been shopping and cooking for more than 60 years and never knew some of this stuff. Report
Good thoughts! Report
Good article Report
Tho everyone says not to wash produce until you use it, letting your strawberries/ raspberries/ any berries rest a while in cool water which has a sploosh of vinegar added to it will double the storage time. Maybe longer. The vinegar cannot be tasted. Report
thank you so much for these tips I never thought of paper bags for some of my produce. and boy now I can understand why I've thrown so much away. Thanks again. Have a great weekend. Report
Excellent article. Thank you for the great information. Report
Great article! Iv'e printed that little chart out and pinned to my fridge :) Report
I only wish this worked for all of mine. If I leave tomatoes on the counter they turn black by 2 days. Same with bananas. In fact, most things will rot in my house. Potatoes usually start growing stems within a couple weeks. Apples have to go in the fridge or they will start getting sot and wrinkled. I always hear don't ever refrigerate a tomato or a couple other things, but I still do. I lose things to rotting even then.
To reduce loss of fresh produce on shopping day, make Garbage Soup with the saved trimmings and no-longer fresh enough to serve raw veggies adding the ends of the bag frozen along with leftovers. Report
I mean tomatoes. Report
Did I miss tomotoes in this list? Report

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