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    So you've got all these great fruits and vegetables and now we're going to help you keep them at their freshest with these tips. These tips are from the Berkley Farmer's Market which is a Zero Waste market! Here is a printable PDF of their original tip sheet. In the works here at Washington's Green Grocer is a switch from plastic bags (although we use as few as we can get away with, while still keeping your produce from getting battered on it's way to you) to only recyclable paper and reuseable

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    How to Store Vegetables & Fruit Without Plastic | Washington's Green Grocer #vegan #vegetable #storage

  • Dayana Santos

    How to Store Fruits and Vegetables without Plastic (via washington's green grocer.)

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    Produce Storage Tips | Washington's Green Grocer

  • Vanessa Huizar

    How to Store Vegetables Fruit Without Plastic | Washington's Green Grocer

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    How to store veggies

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    plastic free food storage!

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This Is Exactly How To Store Your Groceries- great resource for how to keep things fresher longer.

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Hopefully this will help keep fruit and veggies from going bad too early. Smart things here. I have practiced many of these most of my life. I will add Tomatoes. I do not refrigerate them ever. I have a hanging basket in the kitchen for my tomatoes and if I cut it I eat the entire tomato then and there. They act of chilling a whole or cut tomato sucks the flavor away immediately.

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Margaret Roach has been writing about gardening for many years. She has a 2.3-acre garden in Massachusetts and shares helpful info like this VEGETABLE-STORAGE chart from the University of Wisconsin on her blog. Very helpful!

Great post about storing produce without using plastic - pretty comprehensive.

Get more Value from Fruits and Vegetables by Storing Correctly