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You can extend the life of your groceries by following these 10 simple steps: 1. Freeze your bread. Properly wrapped and sealed bread can be kept in the freezer for up to six months. Yes, it has to 2. Root out bad apples. Whether it’s apples, grapes or berries, go through your fruit and take out. A few weeks back we made a video talking about 10 useful food storage tips and you guys loved it!

So, we went back to our research facility and we found 10 more tips and here they are! COMMENT. 27 Ways To Make Your Groceries Last As Long As Possible. 1. Onions stored in pantyhose will last as long as 8 months. seriouseats.com.

Put onions in pantyhose, and tie knots between onion. Plus it makes 2. Freeze green onions in a plastic bottle. 3. Get an ethylene gas absorber for the fridge.

10 Ideas to Help Make Your Groceries Last Longer. Two days ago, I had to do The way you purchase mushrooms in the store is surprisingly the WRONG way to store them! Instead, keep your mushrooms fresh by putting them in a brown paper bag, folding the top closed, and putting them in your. 40 DIY Tricks To Make Your Groceries Last As Long As Possible Latest DIY Videos.

Keep Honey from Crystallizing. Honey is delicious but it can crystalize quickly. Honey is actually the only food that Store Rooted Veggies in Pots.

Instead of storing rooted vegetables and herbs in the fridge. Click here for 10 Ways to Make Food Last Longer from The Daily Meal. A moment of silence, please. At this time, The Daily Meal would like to take a moment to honor of the fallen food products who.

Instructions: 1. Cut a long, thin strip of plastic wrap. 2. Wrap it around the crown of the banana bunch. 3. Store on the counter top. 10 Ways to Make Food Last Longer. November 17, 2011.

By. Lauren Gordon. Save money and food with these easy tricks. Pasta. A moment of silence, please.

At this time, The Daily Meal would like to take a moment to honor of the fallen food products who. 19 Genius Hacks To Make Your Fresh Food Last Longer. Waste not, want not. By Alexa Tucke r and grains fresh all the way up to their best-by date.

1. Brush avocado halves with lemon juice or. Cut your bread into 1-inch pieces, pulse it in a food processor for about 15 or 20 seconds and bake in a 300-degree oven for 5-10 minutes. Combine these breadcrumbs with defrosted chicken to make chicken parmesan, one of the best meals you can make from the freezer.

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Over time, as many of the ingredients you use regularly repeat themselves on your list and you become more comfortable in previously unexplored aisles of your supermarket, your shopping excursions will be more efficient.

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Here are my top six tips to help make your produce last just a little bit longer:

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I’ve also created a one-page shopping list you can refer to quickly when making your grocery list so you know which items should go into your cart.

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For example, plan to leave ten minutes before you think you’re done in the grocery store, or refrain from buying anything that’s not on your list.

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The last article listed items a household must have: one refrigerator for meat and vegetables; an ice chest for butter, milk, and cream; and a pantry for storage of bulk food in bags and barrels, such as cheese, chocolate, coffee, oatmeal, olives, and rice.

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● Refrigerate perishable items as quickly as possible after purchase.

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3) Keep storage times to a minimum; aim for a quick turnover with as little as possible of toing and froing of the food from the refrigerator.

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This reduced the number of groceries to a more manageable 169 types, using broad categories such as chicken, frozen meals, margarine, and soda.

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After the produce is precooled, it is desirable to maintain low temperature by shipping in refrigerator cars or trucks, by storing in cold-storage rooms, and by refrigeration in retail stores.

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– Leave out expensive food items, and cook your meals around cheaper items such as rice and beans, which have the added benefit that they don’t easily expire and that you can buy them in bulk.

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  • Basil likes full sun�� if you put that jar on the windowsill it will likely grow roots and then produce even more leaves. Herbs I always highly recommend you just buy the plants. They’re 3$ at the grocery store, you have it unlimited and they stay fresh perm.

  • While there are some very decent tips and tricks in that video, there’s also some crap. That’s why i hate those tasty/buzzfeed/goodful etc videos, not a lot of real research done. Just doing videos for the clicks i guess

  • Awesome video!!! I’m so happy with all the things you covered. Thank you for the vegetable broth tip! This was fun and just what I needed to know.

  • This was super helpful, thanks Aja. Please do a video on which produce to regrow, it’d be a great jump off point for a kitchen garden noob like me.

  • One tip I’ve always done is if you have half an onion and you just so happen to have half and avocado, put them in a container together and they’ll last much longer! Lemons work too much for some reason onions work the best to preserve avocados. And I would love a regrowing video! I’ve only ever regrown my green onions and garlic but I have yet to regrow my own ginger

  • Incredibly helpful! Thanks for sharing your research! I completely agree with “juukame” that this is the kind of info that should be taught in every school. Really appreciate your channel and all the essential nutrition info and insight you share. Keep up the excellent work!:)

  • Not sure if it is a good idea to add onion scraps, onion skins contain salmonella. Recently all onions from US are under salmonella warning.

  • If you take the stems off your tomatoes and cover the spot where the stem was with a small piece of tape, or alternatively simply place the tomato stem side down, it’ll keep your tomatoes fresh and juicy for longer. I believe I learned that from J. Kenji Lopez Alt.

  • Just grate ur ginger and freeze into cubes. I do that and it’s working fine! U need ginger jus pop in a cube or 2. Just juice ur limes n store them in a bottle in the fridge. It’s easier

  • This video was so useful unlike alot of life hack videos. this Kind of things need to be taught and spread not only so we don’t all go broke, but also to help the earth

  • I keep my onions and potatoes on the cold cement floor in a totally black room. Lasts a long time. But not everyone has a basement. It’s not a “cold room” but the floor is unfinished in this small room. You also can cut both ends off of onions and carrots and keep them in a plastic container in the fridge.

  • These are all super helpful tips! I will definitely be using all of these. Here’s a tip I learned recently: if you have one half of an avocado leftover from your recipes, you can actually store it in the freezer. Just put it in a plastic baggy and you’re good to go!

  • Umm.. washing and prepping your salad greens like kale before storing in the fridge is waaay better in my opinion. Wash them 3x, give them a good shake to shake off excess water then put in an airtight container lined with paper towels on the bottom and on top before putting on lid. Greens last longer that way for me than just storing in in the fridge up until you are going to eat it. I would be so hungry prepping my greens if I do your 1st tip.

  • Great advise. I put tomato paste in ice cube tray. Once frozen i pop them out and leave them in a bag in the freeze. Each cube is the perfect amount.

  • Another amazing course and website to check out is http://www.foodstoragedepot.com and/or http://www.7prepsteps.com. They provide teaching tips for ALL situations and at the food storage depot website provides many items including food, equipment, water filters and containers, etc.

  • I like to add a lot of cheap rice and beans to a taco meat mixture with corn and veggies so it gives it more volume and i get more meals out of the meat!

  • This is great! Another way to store ginger is in the freezer! I’ve frozen it whole or I peel and cut it into coins and then put it in a sealable container. Also garlic bulbs do great in the freezer!

  • Great idea for the tomato paste. I have bought the tube ones but they are much more expensive for the convenience. Love asparagus but, broccoli rocks. Husband is a cauliflower lover though.

  • Wash lettuce and greens with lemon juice and water before storing also.

    Especially if you alread broke up your lettuce. It will take a few days to start oxidizing but it won’t smell or be slimy.

    Also just cutting up mushrooms, cooking them in oil, garlic and pepper and freezing them is a good option for quick flavor.