Food preservation tips: The best approach to preserve the freshness of blueberries, lettuce, tomatoes, and courgettes

 



Food preservation tips: The best approach to preserve the freshness of blueberries, lettuce, tomatoes, and courgettes

She explained how to store various sorts of food in a recent video, which has received 892.5k views on the platform. "I've been there. Follow these tips to save money and minimise waste," she urged her followers. "Is your fridge a graveyard for rotting produce.


"These tips were developed when Tomato Dave, a produce expert and five-time World Record Grower, evaluated four methods for preventing bananas from turning brown. He conducted the experiment and reported the results, saying: "We investigated four storage methods.


Grace uttered, "I personally prefer to wash and cut my lettuce before storing it, and if I don't do that right away, there's a good possibility I won't do it later.


"I've discovered that storing greens with a paper towel is the secret to keeping them fresh. I keep them in a jar that is tightly closed and covered with paper towels on the bottom and top.


Asparagus may be kept in a glass with a small amount of water, just like a vase, and you now have a fridge d├ęcor, Grace explained.


Tomatoes


Keep tomatoes away from other produce because they do produce ethylene gas, which accelerates the ripening of other produce. Grace advised: "Try to store tomatoes on the counter as long as possible. In the fridge, they tend to get mealy.





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