It is always so disappointing when you find that the produce you purchased is spoiled by the time you are ready to use it. Here are some helpful tips from an article that appeared in The Washington Post.
HOW TO MAKE FRUITS AND VEGGIES LAST
By Casey Seidenberg
I opened my refrigerator the other night to complete disappointment. It wasn’t that I hadn’t made it to the market; in fact the refrigerator was full of food. Just a few days before, I had placed mountains of fresh vegetables and fruits in the fridge, only to return to wilted leafy greens, moldy berries, limp carrots and squishy eggplant. I felt as rotten as those vegetables when I stuffed so many untouched foods into the compost pile.[Read More]Share on
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