Does it seem like your veggies go bad right after you buy them?
Here are some tips to keep them fresher longer:
Tip # 1
Remove pre-washed greens from their original container and toss any spoiled pieces. Dry off excess moisture and store in plastic bags with a layer of paper towels.
Tip # 2
Pat dry any wet vegetables such as carrots and place them in storage bags
Tip # 3
Store unwashed root vegetables like potatoes and onions in a cool, dark spot, like a pantry.
Tip # 4
Keep tomatoes at room temperature to maintain their flavor. Refrigeration can make them mushy. If you need them to ripen, place them in a brown paper bag at room temperature.
Tip # 5
Remove mushrooms from the original container, then dry and store in a brown paper bag. Put them in the fridge, but not the crisper section.