45 Easy Ways to Make Groceries Last as Long as Possible

16 Make and Store a Salad that Will Stay Fresh and Crisp All Week Long

Make and Store a Salad that Will Stay Fresh and Crisp All Week Long16. Make and Store a Salad that Will Stay Fresh and Crisp All Week Long: If you’re no big fan of salad-in-a-bag (or even if you are) and want a healthier, homemade alternative, there are plenty of ways to store lettuce for day seven weeks at a time, but this tip from the folks at Generation X Finance isn’t just how to store lettuce, but how to keep a whole, seasoned, tasty salad fresh in the fridge for a whole week, ready to portion out whenever you get hungry. (via Lifehacker)

17 Best Way To Keep Greens Fresh

Best Way To Keep Greens Fresh17. Best Way To Keep Greens Fresh: Some friends of ours are salad eaters of the sort we can only aspire to be. Every week, they prepare their own mixes of arugula, red oak leaf, boston bibb, romaine, and even chard – a massive production taking up all their kitchen counters. When it comes to keeping those greens fresh, they’ve developed an unusual technique. (via The Kitchn)

18 Wrap your celery in tin foil before placing it in the fridge

Wrap your celery in tin foil before placing it in the fridge18. Wrap your celery in tin foil before placing it in the fridge (via Prepare Today)

19 Two methods of storing mushrooms

Two methods of storing mushrooms19. Two methods of storing mushrooms: Mushrooms have a permanent place on my shopping list. I don’t always have a plan for using them, but I know that after a week of slipping them into frittatas and stir-fries, I’ll be ready to buy more. For longest shelf-life, I use two different methods for storing my mushrooms. (via The Kitchn)

20 The Trick To Making Fresh Berries Last

The Trick To Making Fresh Berries Last20. The Trick To Making Fresh Berries Last: Struggling to keep berries fresh in the refrigerator? Here is a simple “how to” that ensures your fresh fruit isn’t spoiling by the time you get it home! (via Momables)

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