Winter is coming, Did you buy the vegetables and stuff […]
Winter is coming,
Did you buy the vegetables and stuff them in the refrigerator?
Hurry to learn the following methods,
Fresh food is not dependent on the refrigerator!
Tell you a good way to store potatoes, just put a few pounds of potatoes in a carton or bag and put two apples in it. Potatoes are no longer shrinking, and will not sprout!
Under normal circumstances, if you want to keep the potatoes fresh for a month, you can store them in a dry and ventilated place. You don't need a refrigerator at all.
Or you can wrap it in a newspaper and put it in a dry and ventilated place, and it can be kept for a long time.
First use scissors to remove the dry areas of the onions, as well as the roots. Then place the onions in stockings or mesh pockets and store them in a dry and ventilated place. The shelf life can be extended to 8 months!
In addition, the onion should not be placed with the potato, or it will accelerate the decay.
Tofu does not do a good job of keeping fresh, and it will basically break down overnight.
Soak the washed tofu in the brine cooled after boiling to keep the tofu fresh for 2-3 days.
Eggs in the high temperature and humid south, stored for 25 days to 40 days may deteriorate, so eggs need to pay attention to preservation.
Dip a proper amount of vegetable oil with a soft brush or a kitchen towel and evenly apply it to the surface of the eggshell.
This will prevent the evaporation of water from the eggs and prevent the bacteria from entering, thus extending the shelf life.
Peel the garlic, put it in a glassware, and spread a layer of salt on the surface to keep it longer.
Oil immersion is a more traditional method. Peel the garlic into a container and fill it with vegetable oil.
Putting ginger in the refrigerator will make it easier to peel and the shelf life will be greatly extended.
If you don't need a refrigerator, you can wipe the surface of the ginger and wrap it in a paper towel.
Then put it in a fresh-keeping bag or jar and save it for a long time.
Cut the onions, then use the kitchen paper to dry the onion, pour it into the bottle, and then put it in the refrigerator to freeze it.
Put the head and tail of the broccoli into the water, then remove the water from the kitchen paper towel.
Wrap it in plastic wrap and put it in the refrigerator for 2-3 days.
9. Green vegetables
Put the greens in the bowl, then put a piece of kitchen paper, put on the plastic wrap and put it in the refrigerator to save it. It can be good for a week, still fresh and crisp!
There is also a way to remove the roots from the vegetables, then wrap them in paper bags and put them in the storage bag of the refrigerator to extend the shelf life.
Dry the celery, wrap it in tin foil and put it in the refrigerator for storage. It is said that it is still crisp for a month.
After buying tomatoes, are they often thrown into the refrigerator with bags? This will actually make the tomato rotten faster!
Ripe tomatoes are best kept at room temperature, placed as flat as possible, and kept away from the sun.
When picking mushrooms, it is best to choose mushrooms with less water. Then put the mushrooms into the paper bag to extend the shelf life.
13. Grapes, plums, etc.
Immerse the fresh fruit in the soda water for 2-3 minutes. After taking it out, naturally dry the water on the surface of the fruit to keep it fresh for 10-15 days.
It is best to remove the plastic bags when buying them. It is recommended to cut them into twigs to avoid stacking the grapes.