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How to Store Summer Fruits. Strawberries – Avoid bruised or soft strawberries. Make sure they are smooth, shiny and even in color. To freeze them, cut off stems and spread Blueberries – Blueberries are versatile in that they can be frozen, dehydrated, made into jelly and canned.
Look for berries. Stone fruits, avocados, tomatoes, mangoes, melons, apples and pears continue to ripen if left sitting on a countertop, so only leave them out if you don’t mind them getting a bit more ripe. (Store them in the fridge when you’re ready to slow that process.). I love growing our own fruits and vegetables to enjoy fresh through the summer months and can for the winter months.
Sometimes our favorite fruits and veggies go bad before we ever get to enjoy them. Terra’s Kitchen is sharing the best way to store some of your favorite fruits and veggies. To.
Leave refrigerated produce unwashed in its original packaging or wrapped loosely in a plastic bag. (Exceptions, such as mushrooms and herbs, are noted below.) If your greens seem sandy or dirty—think lettuce from the farmers’ market—rinse and dry them well, then wrap them in a. अकसर गर्मी के दिनों में सब्जियां और फल जल्दी खराब हो जाते हैं. आप जब भी मार्केट (market) से फल और सब्जी लाते हैं तो उन्हें भरकर रख देते हैं. Most fruits will last about 5 days after being sliced (some vegetables a few days longer) as long as you follow a few rules: store them in an airtight container and always refrigerate cut produce. Fruits like apples, pears, bananas and avocado are not the best candidates for slicing ahead of time since they brown quickly. For vegetables: Before storing, remove ties and rubber bands and trim any leafy ends. Leave an inch to keep the vegetable from drying out.
Make sure the bag you store the veggies in has some holes punctured to allow for good air flow. Pack vegetables loosely in the refrigerator. When summer gives you heaps of fresh fruits and vegetables, freeze them and enjoy during the year. Follow these tips to get the most out of summer’s bounty.
Learn how to freeze fruits and vegetables to preserve their freshness for months to come. Summer Vegetables A to C. Apples come into season midto late-summer and are harvested into fall in most apple-growing regions.Look for different varieties from growers near you. Apricots are harvested starting in late spring in warmer areas and through early summer.The most flavorful apricots neither travel nor keep well, so look for them at farmer’s markets.
If you choose to blanch, bring a pot of salted water to a boil and toss the vegetables in for a few minutes. Scoop up with a strainer or spider, or drain them in a colander, then immediately.
List of related literature:
|from The Good Housekeeping Cookbook|
|from Post Harvest Technology of Horticultural Crops|
|from Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking|
|from Cook’s Illustrated Cookbook: 2,000 Recipes from 20 Years of America?s Most Trusted Food Magazine|
|from Canning and Preserving For Dummies|
|from Value Addition of Horticultural Crops: Recent Trends and Future Directions|
|from Encyclopedia of Cultivated Plants: From Acacia to Zinnia [3 volumes]: From Acacia to Zinnia|
|from Plastic-Free: How I Kicked the Plastic Habit and How You Can Too|
|from Culinary Nutrition: The Science and Practice of Healthy Cooking|
|from Good Housekeeping Step-by-step Cookbook: More Than 1,000 Recipes, 1,800 Photographs, 500 Techniques|