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A bountiful harvest from your garden or from the farmer's market can leave you with a glut of wonderful fresh tomatoes. Rather than eat nothing but tomato sauce and salads for the next week, pick a long-term storage method. Store green tomatoes at room temperature in a cellar to have fresh tomatoes later. If you're going to use your tomatoes in cooking, you can dry them, freeze them, or
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1-05-2021, 16:20
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How to Freeze Spinach
Spinach typically becomes soft and mushy after you freeze it, but since it retains its nutrients and taste, frozen spinach can be great when added to smoothies and cooked dishes. Blanching spinach allows it to remain edible for longer periods, but you can also freeze unblanched spinach. Consider freezing pureed spinach if you wish to use it exclusively for liquid dishes later on.
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30-04-2021, 07:30
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How to Freeze Green Beans
Fresh green beans are often available from local gardens and farmer's markets for a short period each summer. If your family likes the taste of these summer vegetables, you can preserve green beans by freezing them for later use. It's easy to do at home, and it gives you control over the quality of the food your family eats. Read on for a guide to freezing green beans and making the
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27-04-2021, 11:20
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How to Store Fresh Green Beans
Green beans are a great addition in stir fries, casseroles or salads, as well as on their own as a healthy snack. They are a good source of vitamin C, A, and K, and are free of fat, cholesterol, or sodium. To store fresh green beans, start by trimming them so they will taste their best. If you plan to eat the green beans within 1 week, store them in the refrigerator. If you want to keep
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27-04-2021, 10:30
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How to Preserve Radishes
Radishes are a crunchy, spicy root vegetable that are grown and eaten all over the world. You can keep fresh, unwashed radishes in a sealed bag or container in your refrigerator for about a week. However, if you won’t be able to use them all up in that time, you can try preserving your extra radishes so that they don’t go to waste. For instance, you can make them into easy, delicious
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27-04-2021, 09:10
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How to Fix Separated Mayonnaise
Homemade mayonnaise tastes great, especially when you throw in a hint of lemon juice or mustard. However, mayonnaise gets separated, or broken, easily. If your mayonnaise looks too yellow or lumpy like cottage cheese, don’t worry! You can fix it by using a few ingredients from your kitchen to get smooth, light mayonnaise for you and your family to enjoy.
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27-04-2021, 00:20
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How to Can Syrup
If you're looking to use up an abundance of fresh fruit, make a fruit syrup. You can create a large batch of syrup using strawberries, blueberries, peaches, or any fresh fruit. Heat the fruit with sugar and water before straining it. Or make a simple syrup with just water and sugar. You can then use this as a canning syrup for putting up whole fruit in jars. Fill your jars with the
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24-04-2021, 09:10
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When fleshy fruits such as apples, pears, peaches, and bananas are cut open and exposed to the air, their insides will often turn brown within minutes as a result of the oxidation process. Although brown fruit is still nutritious and safe to eat, sometimes the color can appear unsightly and unappetizing. However, there are several natural ingredients you can use together to prevent your
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17-04-2021, 23:20
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Leftover avocado doesn't need to be composted; if you've got a glut of avocado, freeze it. Especially since avocados seem to spoil when you turn your back, knowing how to freeze them properly is a life (and money) saver.
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11-04-2021, 22:30
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How to Wrap Meat to Prevent Freezer Burn
Buying meat in bulk is a good idea, especially when it is on sale, but you do not want to cook more meat than you need. Freezing it is simple and safe. Raw meat and poultry maintain their quality and taste for several months. Cooked meats that are frozen should be used sooner, because the moisture that was lost during cooking can cause them to dry out quicker and lose their quality.