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My gut is telling me not to peel them and stick in the ground, and they will not only last forever, but grow small carrots.


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Store them in refrigerator in a plastic box complety filled with water (more than a week completely fresh) Store them in refrigerator in a plastic box each layer separeted by the next one with kitchen paper to prevent moisture (5days nice and perfect without problem) Roll each carrot in a slightly umid kitchen paper and put it in a plastic box in ...


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I think you just bought the wrong carrots. Carrots can keep for ages if they are mostly left in their natural state. But the cheap carrots in large German supermarkets tend to be quite processed before being sold. The ends are cut off, and the dirt is removed by some process (I don't know if it's chemical, physical, or both) which destroys their outer skin. ...


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I have worked in the CPG industry for almost 30 years. A few years back I had the privilege of representing one of the largest produce brands in the US. I learned quite a bit about produce storage and what speeds up the deterioration rate. One thing I noticed in your picture is that there appeared to be moisture (condensation) inside of the bag of carrots. ...


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The problem with mold is that it's there even when you can't see it. So it's acceptable to cut off a moldy part of a hard shelled fruit or vegetable but not so for bread or other porous items. Carrots are pretty inexpensive so I recommend throwing them away. Especially if you're planning on eating them raw, as in salad. In the future, keep carrots in a well ...



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