How to Store Vegetables Over the Winter - Modern and Vintage Storage Tips - SHTFPreparedness
How to Store Vegetables Over the Winter: Modern and Vintage Storage Tips - If you grow your own vegetables storing the stuff you don’t eat or sell is important not only for a survival perspective but it's a great way to save money and have homegrown vegetables out of season. #foodstorage #homestead
With Ziploc® products it’s not use as directed, it’s Use as Imagined.
Great tip to prevent browning! Squeeze half a lemon over a wet paper towel, then wrap it around an avocado half with the pit. Store in the fridge in a Ziploc® bag. Try it with Southwest Turkey Breasts with Avocado Salsa. Yum!
Did you know you have been storing your lemons the wrong way!!!!! It turns out there is a better way to store lemons that you probably have never heard of before. Click through to see how you should store your lemons the right way! #TheHacksOfLife AD
Previous pinner wrote: I don't need celery often, but many of my recipes use it. A hint from my son John, a chef at an upscale Italian restaurant. Keep Celery fresh for up to 6 weeks! Take store wrapping off, rinse and shake dry of most water. Completely wrap in aluminum foil, keep in fridge crisper and whenever you need fresh crisp celery its there!