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Can't Go Out And Buy Food During The Epidemic Situation? Teach You The Most Convenient Way To Store Vegetables
- Apr 21, 2020 -

During the epidemic, no one dared to go out. Grocery shopping has become a battle. In particular, the recent news of accidentally contracting new coronaviruses because of grocery shopping has made people afraid to go out.

If you purchase so many vegetables and fruits at one time, you still want to keep them fresh. So, how should all kinds of ingredients be stored?


1. Fresh meat-- cut and frozen

   It is best to aliquot and refreezes according to the amount of each meal to avoid frequent thawing. 

2. Cooked meat-- chilled or frozen

If it can be eaten within a day or two, it can be stored in the refrigerator. If it can't, it can be frozen separately.


If you want to keep the freshness of vegetables and fruits, you must first prevent them from contacting the air, losing moisture, and being contaminated by bad intentions bacteria in the air, so it is very important to wrap them with a plastic wrap and a plastic bag.


Many people put the vegetables and fruits they bought back into the refrigerator, which is actually very wrong because vegetables and fruits have different preferences for temperature.

  1. Indoor storage of cabbage, potatoes, onions, radishes, etc.

     This type of vegetable has the best storage. You can simply wrap it with soft paper, then put it in a fresh-keeping bag, and store it in a cooler place without heating.

  2.   Indoor storage or refrigeration of bitter gourd, cucumber, tomato, etc.

      These vegetables are relatively storage-stable, spread out and placed in a ventilated, dry and cool place, which can basically be kept for more than 1 week. If you want to store it for a long time, it is best to keep it in the refrigerator.

  3. Spinach, coriander, oil wheat, and other fresh-keeping and refrigeration

      Fresh leafy vegetables are more delicate, it is best to put them in the refrigerator in the refrigerator to avoid being squeezed by other vegetables. In addition, when you buy it back, remember to eat these vegetables first.

People who are on a ketogenic diet are advised to choose more leafy vegetables, and choose fewer or no root or stem vegetables. Starch vegetables have high carbohydrate content and should be avoided, such as peas, corn, potatoes, yam, sweet potatoes, beans, quinoa, etc.
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