Having issues with your food spoiling too fast in the refrigerator? Watch these five easy hacks for storage tips that will help prevent mold and keep cheese, bread, avocados, apples, berries and lettuce fresher longer.
There’s nothing more frustrating than seeing your food go bad in the fridge, especially if you recently purchased it. What gives? It may have something to do with how you’re storing your food. Whoops!
The good news is that there are a lot of surprisingly simple ways to extend the life of your groceries. Here, we have identified five genius hacks to help ensure that fruit, veggies, bread and cheese will stay fresher for longer.
Don’t let your food go from fresh to frightening! Try these hacks to help your food last longer and prevent mold.
Avocados and apples: Once they’re cut, squeeze lemons on them.
Cheese: Wrap in parchment paper instead of plastic.
Bread: Cover with a kitchen towel and keep in a paper bag.
Berries: Don’t rinse until you’re ready to eat them.
Lettuce: Line a plastic bag with paper towels and put the lettuce in there. Keep in your fridge’s high-humidity drawer.