Do you know which produce is supposed to be stored in the fridge and which isn’t? Everyone has their own method for storing their fruits and veggies, but this might help your delicious produce last longer.
Tagged: advice, fully raw, infographics, produce, raw, storage
Please work on the ‘print’ feature on these articles. I would have liked a copy of this guide in my kitchen for reference, but using your Print feature prints 5 pages! I get links listed first taking up half the page, then the graphic cut half way thru some of the fruit/veg so it was unidentifiable and bottom half of produce started the second page and it was continuing to print everyone’s comments (delightful as they are) but I really only want to see the colour graphics or recipe/instructions when I hit “print”. Tried just to print the graphic but it only captured the Storage Tips, not the whole jpg. Found same issue with recipes, much unnecessary printing. Hope it can be fixed so we can print and keep these great articles!
I work with Copy/Paste options for things like this. For this one try this: Right click on the picture, click Copy; open Microsoft Word (no other program worked for me). Click Paste. It all comes on one page doing this.
TIP: Before printing something out, check to see if there is a Print Preview. It saves me a whole bunch of paper and ink that way! If not, try the copy/paste method.
Thank you for helping to spread that TOMATOES do not go in the fridge. Can you believe how many restaurants serve chilled tomatoes on their salads. Redic! Heart u.
CANTALOUPE stores OUTSIDE the refrigerator?! But what about after it’s been cut? Surely then you must refrigerate! Right? And bananas go IN once properly ripened to halt the ripening further, no? I feel more confused rather than less…
Bobbie – the fruits listed to be kept outside are only kept outside before cutting. Once cut, they should basically ALL go in the refrigerator! (We’re trying to think of cut fruit that would need to stay outside after being cut, but can’t think of any! )
Hope this helps!
I know this is true, and best for maintaining high quality. Unfortunately, we don’t have air conditioning and it’s hot as blazes in our kitchen during the summer. Big bummer, but we have to work with what we have
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