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Proper Food Storage
Penelope Lane
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How many of you are wasting your food dollars by improper storage when you get home from the store!

I've seen many people just toss fresh produce into the fridge anywhere, in the same bags they came home with. If you do that you're going to have food rot very quickly.

I used to bring home fresh tomatoes, and put them into the fridge! How dumb is THAT?

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Let's start with the FRIDGE.

Quote:Refrigerate - The Basics

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https://www.eatright.org/homefoodsafety/...the-basics

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RE: Proper Food Storage
Penelope Lane  Wrote: (08-25-2019 08:30 PM)
How many of you are wasting your food dollars by improper storage when you get home from the store!

I've seen many people just toss fresh produce into the fridge anywhere, in the same bags they came home with. If you do that you're going to have food rot very quickly.

I used to bring home fresh tomatoes, and put them into the fridge! How dumb is THAT?

chuckle


Let's start with the FRIDGE.

Quote:Refrigerate - The Basics

link to image: https://i.imgur.com/KTW3I1c.jpg

https://www.eatright.org/homefoodsafety/...the-basics

Where's the beef?
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RE: Proper Food Storage
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-25-2019 08:32 PM)
Penelope Lane  Wrote: (08-25-2019 08:30 PM)
How many of you are wasting your food dollars by improper storage when you get home from the store!

I've seen many people just toss fresh produce into the fridge anywhere, in the same bags they came home with. If you do that you're going to have food rot very quickly.

I used to bring home fresh tomatoes, and put them into the fridge! How dumb is THAT?

chuckle


Let's start with the FRIDGE.

Where's the beef?

In the freezer?


I dunno.

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RE: Proper Food Storage
So.. awhile back I picked up some of these containers, and I'm really glad I did. The bottom comes OFF, if you need air to circulate. Like... last night somehow I ended up ordering a JUMBO pizza delivered. chuckle Kinda dumb. Guess I'll be eating pizza all week.

So I stored it in layers in this container, with wax paper sheets between the layers, and left the bottom OFF, because who wants soggy crust. With the bottom ON, it's the perfect storage for other things that need to retain moisture, yet not SIT in water, because the bottom is vented.


[Image: 2sfuXRZ.jpg]

If I were storing fresh fruit in here, I would leave the bottom ON, but line with paper towels. That was excess moisture is absorbed by the towels. This is a great solution for romaine lettuce, I can wash it shake it dry, and cut the bottom off and the leaves stay fresh for a long time.

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RE: Proper Food Storage
Penelope Lane  Wrote: (08-25-2019 08:30 PM)
How many of you are wasting your food dollars by improper storage when you get home from the store!

I've seen many people just toss fresh produce into the fridge anywhere, in the same bags they came home with. If you do that you're going to have food rot very quickly.

I used to bring home fresh tomatoes, and put them into the fridge! How dumb is THAT?

chuckle


Let's start with the FRIDGE.

Quote:Refrigerate - The Basics

[Image: KTW3I1c.jpg]

https://www.eatright.org/homefoodsafety/...the-basics

..there's no beer in there...
just thought i'd point that out..

..carry on.

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RE: Proper Food Storage
Where do tomatoes go if not in the fridge?

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RE: Proper Food Storage
Albrecht Bear  Wrote: (08-25-2019 08:46 PM)
Where do tomatoes go if not in the fridge?

i read somewhere that you're supposed to leave them out on
the counter (or where ever) , so i tried that once..
we ended up with them going moldy in a short amount of time, and with fruitflies.

so fridge it is.
lol

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RE: Proper Food Storage
I think tomatoes go bad faster outside the fridge.

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RE: Proper Food Storage
SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (08-25-2019 08:59 PM)
I think tomatoes go bad faster outside the fridge.

they do lol

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RE: Proper Food Storage
I store my food in my belly!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYpsWY6U84w

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RE: Proper Food Storage
Potatoes and tomatoes are best left out room temp. Sugar potatoes and dalai tomatoes are not very good.
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RE: Proper Food Storage
Penelope Lane  Wrote: (08-25-2019 08:41 PM)
So.. awhile back I picked up some of these containers, and I'm really glad I did. The bottom comes OFF, if you need air to circulate. Like... last night somehow I ended up ordering a JUMBO pizza delivered. chuckle Kinda dumb. Guess I'll be eating pizza all week.

So I stored it in layers in this container, with wax paper sheets between the layers, and left the bottom OFF, because who wants soggy crust. With the bottom ON, it's the perfect storage for other things that need to retain moisture, yet not SIT in water, because the bottom is vented.


link to image: https://i.imgur.com/2sfuXRZ.jpg

If I were storing fresh fruit in here, I would leave the bottom ON, but line with paper towels. That was excess moisture is absorbed by the towels. This is a great solution for romaine lettuce, I can wash it shake it dry, and cut the bottom off and the leaves stay fresh for a long time.



Are you like the sexy Martha Stewart of LOP??

Anon

I vote yes!

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Penelope Lane
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RE: Proper Food Storage
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-25-2019 09:07 PM)
Penelope Lane  Wrote: (08-25-2019 08:41 PM)
So.. awhile back I picked up some of these containers, and I'm really glad I did. The bottom comes OFF, if you need air to circulate. Like... last night somehow I ended up ordering a JUMBO pizza delivered. chuckle Kinda dumb. Guess I'll be eating pizza all week.

So I stored it in layers in this container, with wax paper sheets between the layers, and left the bottom OFF, because who wants soggy crust. With the bottom ON, it's the perfect storage for other things that need to retain moisture, yet not SIT in water, because the bottom is vented.


link to image: https://i.imgur.com/2sfuXRZ.jpg

If I were storing fresh fruit in here, I would leave the bottom ON, but line with paper towels. That was excess moisture is absorbed by the towels. This is a great solution for romaine lettuce, I can wash it shake it dry, and cut the bottom off and the leaves stay fresh for a long time.



Are you like the sexy Martha Stewart of LOP??

Anon

I vote yes!

chuckle


Pretty much yes. I would probably have my own show if I hadn't had to work from paycheck to paycheck.


chuckle

I just put banana bread in the oven for my daughter who will be arriving this afternoon. ALWAYS have something freshly baked on hand in case guests stop by.


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RE: Proper Food Storage
Penelope Lane  Wrote: (08-25-2019 09:27 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-25-2019 09:07 PM)
Are you like the sexy Martha Stewart of LOP??

Anon

I vote yes!

chuckle


Pretty much yes. I would probably have my own show if I hadn't had to work from paycheck to paycheck.


chuckle

I just put banana bread in the oven for my daughter who will be arriving this afternoon. ALWAYS have something freshly baked on hand in case guests stop by.


chuckle

Mmmmmhm... I'd love to have some banana bread and "irish" coffee at your place!

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Penelope Lane
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RE: Proper Food Storage
LoP Guest  Wrote: (08-25-2019 09:33 PM)
Penelope Lane  Wrote: (08-25-2019 09:27 PM)
Pretty much yes. I would probably have my own show if I hadn't had to work from paycheck to paycheck.


chuckle

I just put banana bread in the oven for my daughter who will be arriving this afternoon. ALWAYS have something freshly baked on hand in case guests stop by.


chuckle

Mmmmmhm... I'd love to have some banana bread and "irish" coffee at your place!

Heartflowers

Then c'mon.

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