how to store leafy green

@willy6 (492)
April 29, 2009 9:48pm CST
store greens wrapped between dry paper towels, if desired, in a perforated plastic bag or loosely wrapped in a plastic bag in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. I will try it to see it its work.
4 responses
@eagle_f15 (2054)
• Malaysia
30 Apr 09
Tupperware brand fridgesmart set - A worthy investment saves time saves money veges last up to 3 weeks and are still fresh. proven and tested by many including me.
Thanks for this info. I used tupperware brand fridgesmart containers to store all my veges in the fridge. It was a worthy investment and in future when I have a bigger house and a bigger fridge, I intend to invest on antoher 2 sets. That's because the continer uses ACE technology - atmosphere control environment system. The veges stored in these containers remains fresh up to 3 weeks. Saves me time and money!
@lynnemg (4539)
• United States
30 Apr 09
I always store my veggies in water in the refridgerator. It works best with lettuce, cabbage, and spinach to keep it fresh and crisp. I learned this trick when I was working in a restaurant.
@aseretdd (13709)
• Philippines
30 Apr 09
Thanks for this very helpful tip... i have always wondered how i can preserve veggies longer... and i will try your way... and hope that it will work for me... i love salads... and i would eat one as often as i could...
@Swaana (1208)
• India
30 Apr 09
I store coriander and mint leaves for almost a week to 10 days. What I do is the day I get them, I remove the stem of the coriander and store it. For mint leaves, I store just the leaves. I store them in air tight containers (I use flat Tupperware bowls).