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Airtight bags can be used to store vegetables to keep them fresh. First, the beans, drumsticks, long beans and pumpkin can be washed and cut into pieces, putting them together in an airtight bag before storing them in the refrigerator to protect the vegetables and fruits.
Most people worry about vegetables losing their freshness a few days after storing them in the refrigerator. Here are some tips you can use to keep your food fresh for days, whether in a fridge or without a fridge.
Airtight bags can be used to store vegetables to keep them fresh. First, beans, drumsticks, long beans and pumpkin can be washed and cut into pieces, putting them all together in an airtight bag before storing in the refrigerator will protect the vegetables.
Boil water in a container then turn off the heat before adding the cut vegetable, after a minute transfer the pieces to a bowl of cold water for 5 minutes.
Immerse them in cold water for 5 minutes and transfer the vegetable to a piece of clean cloth, and after the moisture is completely gone, put it in a zip-lock bag.
Put the bag in the freezer, lemons too can be stored in zip lock bags in the freezer for over two months.
Tips for keeping your food cool without using a fridge:
We can also store food without a refrigerator. All we have to do is gather some ceramic pots, sand, and water, and you have a non-electric portable mini fridge with a tried and true design.
In some parts of the world, this clay pot cooler is called a zeer, and its durable, inexpensive design is far from new. People in the Middle East and Africa have long used similar contraptions to keep food from spoiling in hot, dry climates.
First published: August 20, 2022, 06:22 IST
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