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How to store fresh produce - From A to Zucchini. (And a handy printable.) I printed it out via a screenshot, since I'm not into DOWNloading anything, thanks...

How to store fresh produce – From A to Zucchini.

Do you ever buy fresh fruits and vegetables, toss them into the produce drawer and forget about them? Then a few days later you open the drawer only to discover that it's all spoiled? Here are some of the best methods for storing your fresh produce.

Potatoes - Store in a cool, dry, dark place that has good air circulation. They will keep for 2 to 3 months.  DO NOT STORE WITH ONIONS.  (If next to each other they spoil faster.  Who knew?)  Sweet Potatoes keep at room temperature for a week or in a cool dark place for about a month.

How to store fresh produce – From A to Zucchini.

The V Spot: How to store fresh produce - From A to Zucchini. (And a handy printable.

How to store fresh produce – From A to Zucchini. (And a handy printable.)

How to store fresh produce – From A to Zucchini.

Citrus - Since citrus fruits have thicker skin, they are easier to store. They'll stay fresh for about 2 weeks in the fridge, about a week on the counter. It doesn't matter if they are near other produce.

The V Spot: How to store fresh produce - From A to Zucchini. (And a handy printable.)

How to store fresh produce – From A to Zucchini.

Do you ever buy fresh fruits and vegetables, toss them into the produce drawer and forget about them? Then a few days later you open the drawer only to discover that it's all spoiled? Here are some of the best methods for storing your fresh produce.

The best way to store Fresh Produce via The V Spot Blog

How to store fresh produce – From A to Zucchini.

7 ways to save on buying fresh produce.  Great tips!

7 Ways to Save on Fresh Produce

Want to eat more healthy fruits and vegetables without blowing your budget? Don't miss these 7 smart ways to save on fresh produce!

This was actually super helpful!  How to Store Fresh Produce - Real Food Real Deals

Am I the only one to go to the grocery store and a mere two days later find wilted lettuce and moldy strawberries? So frustrating. Learn how to store fresh produce properly in your kitchen to avoid food waste.

Most of us know the feeling of buying fruits or vegetables only to find out that they're either already spoiled on the inside or so under-ripe that they need to be left out for days before eating. Thankfully it's easy to pick fresh produce, as long as you remember a few basic tips.

How to Select Fresh, Ripe Produce

these keep fresh containers REALLY work!!!

For after you cut fresh produce

zucchini,  1/4 cup olive oil 1/4 balsamic vinegar 1/2 teaspoon sugar 1/2 teaspoon Italian sasoning fresh ground pepper

Balsamic Grilled Zucchini 2 small (approximately zucchini, washed and dried cup olive oil balsamic vinegar teaspoon sugar teaspoon Italian seasoning Fresh ground pepper, to taste

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