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How to Keep Fruits and Veggies Fresh

Proper Storage Prevents Spoilage, Saving You Hundreds

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4/22/2017 7:38:55 PM

KILTORE's SparkPage
Information that saves a lot of money.
GOLDIE216
4/18/2017 6:08:38 AM

Good article.
RIVKAH12
4/4/2017 12:43:56 PM

Great article. I am so glad I joined this challenge.
4/3/2017 1:20:10 PM

LIS193's SparkPage
Great article - very helpful chart!
3/28/2017 10:14:19 AM

4LMHJCR's SparkPage
love the chart - going to print it out and pin it to the refrigerator for future use
3/14/2017 11:03:57 AM

GRANDMASHOUSE's SparkPage
I've been shopping and cooking for more than 60 years and never knew some of this stuff.
JUNEBUG_22C
3/14/2017 10:19:58 AM

Good thoughts!
12/21/2016 9:52:56 AM

CELTICLASSINLA's SparkPage
Good article
12/2/2016 3:10:56 PM

ALWAYSSTARTING's SparkPage
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.
12/1/2016 2:23:57 AM

TIGGER105's SparkPage
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.
9/11/2016 4:25:20 PM

VERNSKIDS's SparkPage
Excellent article. Thank you for the great information.
9/5/2016 7:02:15 PM

LUCIANS_WISH's SparkPage
Great article! Iv'e printed that little chart out and pinned to my fridge :)
9/4/2016 12:07:20 AM

FANCYQTR's SparkPage
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.
8/15/2016 8:16:27 AM

MOUNTAINGRAMMA's SparkPage
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.
7/4/2016 11:42:35 PM

JERICHO1991's SparkPage
I mean tomatoes.

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