45 Easy Ways to Make Groceries Last as Long as Possible

26 Easily revive stale bread by rubbing an ice cube

Easily revive stale bread by rubbing an ice cube26. Easily revive stale bread by rubbing an ice cube: New roles for items that can help you get dinner on the table. (via Real Simple)

27 Guide To Storing Fruits and Vegetables Without Plastic

Guide To Storing Fruits and Vegetables Without Plastic27. Guide To Storing Fruits and Vegetables Without Plastic: I confess: despite the warnings that we should avoid plastic food containers, I have continued to store most of my fruits and vegetables in plastic zip-top bags. They keep produce crisp, take up little additional space in the refrigerator, and can be washed and reused to reduce waste. However, the desire to go completely plastic-free (for both health and environmental reasons) has been nagging at me, so I was interested to see this guide from Washington’s Green Grocer and the Berkeley Farmer’s Market on How to Store Vegetables/Fruit Without Plastic. (via The Kitchn)

28 Keep sweet potatoes in a cool, dry place

Keep sweet potatoes in a cool, dry place28. Keep sweet potatoes in a cool, dry place (via Always Order Dessert)

29 How to Store Bread and How to Freeze Bread

How to Store Bread and How to Freeze Bread29. How to Store Bread and How to Freeze Bread: Not quite sure how to best store all the different kinds of bread? Find out how to store bread so that it will last as long as possible. (via Passion for Savings)

30 How to Store Flour

How to Store Flour30. How to Store Flour: Think twice before you toss that bag of flour into the pantry. Flour options available at grocery stores have vastly expanded and each type has its own set of rules for proper storage. Your flour might need to be stored in the freezer or, depending on the package it came in, stored in a different container to protect it from grain bugs. Properly… (via eHow)

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