What are some rules of thumb with regard to food storage – in sofar as keeping it fresh?December 10, 2010 No Comments
-tomatoes can stay outside (not in fridge)
-strawberries are fridged, but not in airtight container.
-all veggies and fruits should be in bags that are loose, not tied.
-How long can granola last, how should it be stored?
– can croissants be fridged, or for some reason is their quality compromised?
-can muffins be frozen?
-can plastic bag storage be as good as in tupperware?
-any favorite tupperware?
-best way to store breads?
& any thoughts on storage of any foods is appreciated as I manage a cafe & wonder about these things.
"If in doubt, throw it out."
Muffins, breads, croissants can be frozen. Eggs can stay out of the fridge. however, when you have put them in the ref, then they should stay there. When a dish is newly cooked and you have to store it, let it cool before storing inside the fridge.Granola has expiry dates on their packaging.
never store carrots and apples together or in the same compartment. a chemical in the apples releases into the air and will make your carrots taste bad.
I store my bread in the fridge and it lasts quite well. if there is a sale on bread I freeze it until needed with no ill effects.
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