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I wrap a large river rock (heated in my oven) inside of old towels, place it on top of plastic containers that have the food inside, inside a LARGE Costco insulated bag.
Trim the celery, place on a lightly dampened paper towel and wrap in aluminum foil. Store in the fridge veggie drawer. Keeps well for at least a couple of weeks.
Taking off the twist tie (or whatever is holding the bunch together) is the first step--cilantro always seems to rot most when tightly packed. After that, I've had good luck with an occasional trip in the salad spinner. It can be used to help separate out (remove) any cilantro already completely turned to mush (which seems to happen to me even when most of ...
More sodastream bottles is the best option if you are starting from a sodastream. The best other alternative is to act just like a really old-fashioned soda counter. Mix and store your syrups/flavors. Measure syrup into the glass. Add plain soda-water and mix. Thus, your sodastream bottle only ever has plain carbonated water in it, not a specific ...
For almost all delicate green herbs, the best thing to do is Hold them by the bottom of the bunch and gently swirl in plenty of cool water to remove all the dirt Gently shake to remove excess water Wrap loosely in a damp paper towel Place in a plastic bag and store in the crisper drawer of your refrigerator This will keep most herbs fresh for many days. ...
I love green onions! I will usually cut the onion to just the edge of the green part. I then store it in a glass of water. The green part gets cut into small chives and stored in a container with sealing lid in the freezer door, for soups and casseroles. I like to dip the the root stalks in ranch dressing. Yum!
The best way is to par bake the bread (until it's solid but not browned - about 50% of the cooking time) then freeze. If you let the par baked bread cool to room temperature and then freeze it unwrapped until it is hard. Once it's frozen wrap it in cling film (plastic wrap) and aluminium foil
Put the fruit in cold water keeps it from going brown AND helps it stay fresh. Or put vinegar and sugar, or suger syrup over the top. Both works well but I recommend the suger syrup as the fruit will taste a bit sweeter as opposed to the vinegar solution
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