4 tips to help preserve fresh food twice as long

Using salt and vinegar is one of the ways to keep food fresh for a long time.

1. Rinse

 

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Want to fresh fruit long you should wash before putting in the refrigerator. And the more important thing is that after washing, they must be completely drained and put into a cool storage compartment. If it is still wet, the fruit will quickly spoil when stored in the refrigerator.

2. Preserving apples

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Apples can be stored for 1 week but you can store them longer than the following: wrap each apple in a separate paper towel and carefully place it in the fridge's vegetable compartment. Be sure to perform gentle steps so that apples don't get crushed, causing brown spots to quickly break down.

3. Use vinegar

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After buying fresh fruits, put them all in the sink, drain the water so that the food is flooded, then put a small cup of vinegar in. Vinegar will remove wax and other contaminants from the fruit peel. It will also prevent mold from growing and this ensures that you can keep the fruit fresh longer.

Alternatively, you can add a teaspoon of salt and water to remove insects. Soak fruits with vinegar mixture in salt for 10-15 minutes and then take out to drain. Certainly the fruit will stay fresh longer than usual.

4. Use the refrigerator properly

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Most fruits can be stored at room temperature and do not necessarily need a refrigerator. Even, many fruits will lose flavor if put in the cool compartment. Therefore, you need to determine which foods should and should not be refrigerated.

Some summer fruits like strawberries, raspberries and cherries, grapes and some berries should be stored in the refrigerator. Tomatoes, potatoes, onions, honey, bread, basil are foods that should not be put in the cool compartment but should be stored at room temperature.

 
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