How to keep your fruits and vegetables fresh is a general knowledge that shouldn’t be alien to every household.
How To keep Your Vegetables Fresh
•Store your Celery in the refrigerator.
•Keep your Corn in their husks in the fridge.
•Store your Cucumbers at room temperature. You Can keep it in the refrigerator for up to 3 days to prolong it’s freshness.
•Eggplant can also be Stored at room temperature. Can be kept in the refrigerator for 1 to 3 days if they are used soon after removal from the refrigerator.
• Store your Green beans in the refrigerator.
• Store garlic and onions in a cool, dark and dry space place, not in plastic bag
•Your Peppers Can be kept fresh in the refrigerator if they are used soon after removal from the refrigerator.
• Store your root vegetables like carrots, beets, and radishes in the refrigerator to keep fresh and prolong their shelf life.
•store mushrooms in a cool and dry place and only wash before use to prevent mould growth.
• To ensure freshness, store your tomatoes at room temperature as the refrigerator will make them rot quickly.
How To Keep Leafy Green To Keep Them Fresh
Store Your Fruits To Prolong Shelf Life
•Store unripe fruits like mangoes, apricots, avocados, melons, and bananas on the counter. Once they’re ripe, move them to the fridge. Banana peels will turn dark brown, but it won’t affect the flesh.
•store citrus fruits like Oranges, limes, tangerines, lemons in the fridge to lengthen their shelf lives. Put them in perforated plastic bags or mesh which helps to release moisture.
•store your pineapple upside down after cutting its leafy top. storing upside down helps to ensure that the sugars that have settled at the bottom spread throughout the pineapple.
•Store your berries dry in covered containers in the fridge. Only when ready to use.
•Watermelon can be kept in a dark, dry place away from other produce. Keep cut melon in the fridge.
•Store Cherries and Grapes in the refrigerator, unwashed, in their packaged plastic containers or plastic bags until ready to wash and eat.