Our mothers and grandmothers would be so proud of the food waste that we are currently preventing.
When we spend a significant portion of our paychecks on delicious foods, the last thing that we want to do is throw it all away. This is especially true of those who are regularly shopping for organic foods. Fortunately, there are a wide range of hacks that are designed to help you keep your food fresh over the long haul.
The So Yummy Facebook page shared these 7 tips in a helpful video clip, and we’re going to share one of our favorites with you.
For meat, simply place it in a ziploc bag and submerge the entire apparatus in cold water. From there, wait for all of the air to leave the bag. This allows you to successfully stash your leftover meats and keeps them from exposure to the unwanted freezer burn.
Strawberries are a delicious fruit and we love to buy some every time we go to the store. There is just one problem that we cannot get past: they seem to get moldy so quickly! In order to keep your strawberries out of harm’s way, dip them into a mixture of water and apple cider vinegar. Don’t keep them in for too long, though. They should be good to go within a few seconds.
Cookies are a great addition to any kitchen but what happens when they start to go bad? No one likes to throw their cookies away. To keep them safe, start by placing them in a container that is airtight. Before you fasten that lock, lay a slice of plain white bread over your cookies. The bread works to soak up all of the excess moisture, ensuring a much tastier cookie over the short term and long haul.
Now that you have gotten an idea of what this awesome clip has to offer you, take a moment to check out the video for yourself. There are four more hacks to be enjoyed and you can now save all of your groceries from having to be thrown out before their time. Our mothers and grandmothers would be so proud of the food waste that we are currently preventing.
7 Super easy ways to keep your food fresher, longer!
Posted by So Yummy on Saturday, March 31, 2018