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How To Make Fruit And Vegetables Last For Weeks

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Buying fresh fruits and vegetables is only one part of making sure that you have access to great food. The second one is knowing how you can maintain the freshness of your produce so that you can enjoy it for a longer time. This is where the following tips and tricks can be extremely helpful in helping guarantee your fruits and vegetables’ freshness.

1. Keep your storage space clean

Clean storage space will mean fewer bacteria and moisture. Both of these can be extremely harmful to the food you keep in your refrigerator, which is why you should eliminate them as swiftly as possible. This will help ensure that your foods don’t ripen faster than you can eat them.

2. Don’t purchase ripe avocado

Speaking of ripeness, you should never buy ripe avocados. Instead buy unripe avocados and leave them on your counter to ripen. Once ripe, place them in your fridge. This will help ensure that you are not constantly eating overripe avocados that have turned black.

3. Leafy Greens storage

If you want to keep your leafy greens fresh for a long time you should store them wrapped in a paper towel. This helps them stay fresh for up to a week longer. Paper towels can also be a great solution for storing herbs and even berries.