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    How to store fresh asparagus up to two weeks.

    How to make fresh bananas last longer ... so easy! Genius!

    The best way to store ASPARAGUS is to cut 1/4″ off the bottom of the stalks and store them upright in a little water.

    Revive Limp Celery in One Hour! I store my celery like this because it keeps them fresh and crisp! food, tips and tricks

    Freezing corn on the cob the quick & easy way. (And it retains all of it's fresh corn taste too!)

    Keep Berries FRESH for a week or more! Outstanding idea!

    Mini Meatloaf 15 minutes in oven! I make these almost weekly

    If you wrap your celery in tin foil before placing it in the fridge it will last for weeks, and it will still be fresh and crisp when you pull it out! This also works for stored broccoli for 7 weeks wrapped in tin foil, and heads of lettuce for at least 6 weeks!

    Grow your own green onions in a week!

    I hope that I grow enough to fill something like this. Orchard Rack, 9 Drawer ~from Gardener's Supply

    The Best Way to Keep Cut Avocado Fresh Tips from The Kitchn

    31 THINGS YOU CAN FREEZE TO SAVE TIME AND MONEY! This list is a-maz-ing! ~B

    Kitchen Tip: How to Keep Strawberries Fresh

    100% fruit roll ups - 1 1/2 C fresh fruit warmed and pureed on the stove; spread thin on parchment paper and dried 5-8 hours in warm oven.

    Simple trick to buying perfectly ripe avocados #goodtoknow

    Bacon Wrapped Green Bean Bundles - Fresh green beans + a little bacon and you can't go wrong. #weightwatchers #easter #paleo

    Keep green onions fresh and at hand in a parmesan cheese container. | 51 Game-Changing Storage Solutions That Will Expand Your Horizons

    How to Keep Fruits and Vegetables Fresh

    Jar Lunch: crustless quiches 3 ways, makes 8 jars great for busy weeks on the go

    1-minute low carb chocolate muffin #recipe: One of our most popular Pins of last week! | via SparkPeople

    Freezing bell peppers is a fast and easy way to preserve the harvest. Plus, its great having them available year-round to toss into soups, omelets and casseroles whenever you need them.