<p>If you've ever had to toss produce because it went bad before you had a chance to eat it, take a couple minutes to evaluate how you store it. Just a few simple changes can give your produce a longer shelf life.</p>
Keeping produce fresh is imperative to healthy eating and cooking, not to mention the bank account. When you bring those grocery bags in from your weekly shopping trips, do these three things first.
It's always helpful to have a clean and organized refrigerator to start with. Consider wiping your refrigerator out ahead of your weekly shopping trips before you fill it up with fresh groceries.
Once you have the perfect environment for produce in your refrigerator, store it properly with these three steps:
Clean produce is essential to keeping bacteria and pesticides away from you and your family. Follow these simple tips.
With just a couple simple steps you can properly store your produce, keep it fresh longer, and clean it in a hurry. Here's to produce that stays crisp and fresh until you're ready to eat it!