Fresh Food Matters
Fresh food matters. It nourishes so many parts of life. When you use fresh food, you're touching on matters of health, family life, fitness, longevity, society, culture, the economy, the environment and of course, the pure pleasure of enjoying something delicious.
How do you store that? It's always a wonder of how to best store some of these important foods, enjoy these tips below from our friends at Subzero/Wolf.
Store on a refrigerator shelf for 1-2 weeks. Not in the door where the temperature is most variable. Freezing milk is not recommended.
Most varieties may be stored in your refrigerator's crisper drawer for 2-3 weeks. If roots are attached, wrap roots loosely in a damp paper towel.
Refrigerate for up to three weeks on a shelf where the eggs will not be agitated. As the saying goes, a still egg is a happy egg.
Store on countertop away from ethylene-emitting foods such as apples. Don’t refrigerate tomatoes unless very ripe and you need to prolong their usefulness a day or two.
Store in refrigerator drawers; 3-6 days is the optimum storage time. Don't wash raspberries until just before use. Freezing is not recommended.
Hope you enjoyed these important food storage tips to best optimize freshness. See more at Subzero's website freshfoodmatters.com