How to Preserve Fruits and Vegetables

Stuffing fruits and vegetables anywhere they fit in the refrigerator is not a good idea. From the moment a fruit or vegetable is picked, it begins dying. Initially, residual juices provide a reason­able shelf life. As foods begin to decompose, they give off gases until they rot. Do not eat fruits or vegetables that become slimy or malodorous.

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November 26, 2018 by Kevin Williams

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