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Food Tips To Save Your Groceries (17 pics)

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Store your fresh herbs like cilantro, mint, and parsley in a glass or beaker with a few inches of water and propagate them.

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You can also preserve for even longer by freezing them in ice cube trays.


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The same theory also works for tomato paste, canned tomato sauce, and pureed tomatoes. Use larger mason jars so the sauce doesn't get moldy.


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Are you beginning to see a theme here? You can freeze your eggs, just crack them into an ice cube tray and you're golden. You could separate the whites and yolks if that floats your boat too.


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Ever heard of a produce-saving container like the one pictured? Yeah mean either, but apparently they keep foods like berries, kale, and zucchinis fresher for longer.


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Same goes fro any fruit or veggies. At their peak ripeness shove them in a bag and store them in the freezer. perfect for smoothies.



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Now don't go throwing your avocados in the freezer. Instead, slice them up or mash and then stick in the freezer.


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Consider apples the loners of the fruit family. Keep them far away from other fruits. They emit ethylene which causes all other fruits to ripen faster. Don't worry, they don't make you age faster.


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Propagate your green onions. You leave them ing glass jar long enough you may sprout new ones.


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Having trouble deciding when to move fresh produce to the fridge? Rule of thumb, when they all look super ripe, eat one and put the rest in the fridge to keep them holding the freshness longer.


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Stone Cold says he likes his milk frozen. FYI milk expands when it freezes so make sure when you store it to leave some space for the expansion, you don't want to open the freezer down to exploded dairy all over the place.



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Seems a bit excessive but store your dry foods in air tight containers. you know like your mother-in-law does. Keeping air out keeps freshness in preventing staleness.


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I personally store my bread in the freezer. But you should really be keeping it on your countertop or bread drawer if you own one. Putting it in the fridge actually causes is it to get moldy faster.


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Keep nuts in the pantry for three months max. If they last that long then move to the fridge for about 6 months more of life or freezer for a year.


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If you like your nut butter with natural oils then keep those bad boys in the fridge. If you a JIF guy then you can keep that sugar rush in your pantry. The preservatives make it last forever.


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Condiments can be stored at room temperature until opened. After that stick them in the fridge. They'll stay fresh longer just don't forget about them.


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Excet for olive oil. Keep that in a dark place like the back if your pantry or a shadowed spot in the kitchen.


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№1 Author: Maxid (27 Mar 2020 14:11) Total user comments: 693


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So, we should be careful freezing milk in a plastic container, but just chunk those wet sauces in glass jars and stack 'em in the freezer?? Sure, be careful with the milk in the plastic and waxed cardboard containers, but never freeze liquid and semi-liquid foods in glass jars! Try using resealable plastic bags instead, and freeze them flat for faster thawing.

As for freezing fruits and vegetables, unless you have a way to flash freeze them be prepared for them to lose most of their water and turn into mush when you thaw them. Freezing in a regular home freezer allows ice crystals to form inside the cells which rip through the cell walls.
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