Storing Vegetables

Fresh Food Storage

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There are different ways of storing vegetables and fruit. You can store and keep many foods fresh during the winter. You can also dehydrate, can, and freeze your food.

Some foods, like potatoes, stay firm and crisp until the new potatoes start producing in the spring. On the other hand, tomatoes only stay fresh until Christmas.

Learn how to store fresh vegetables and fruit . . .

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Storing Fresh Apples Storing Fresh Beets Storing Fresh Carrots Storing Fresh Garlic Storing Fresh Onions Storing Fresh Potatoes Storing Winter Squash Link Storing Fresh Tomatoes

Apples, Garlic, Pumpkin, Tomatoes, and Winter Squash need to be kept dry and cool.

Beets, Carrots, and Potatoes need to be kept moist and cool.

What are the Advantages of Storing Fresh Food?

  • Fresh food is the most nutritious food, and it tastes great.
  • You don’t need to buy any canning equipment.
  • No electricity or fuel is required to process your food.
  • Save time. You don’t have to spend time processing your food.

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