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Hello. Made by two sisters living in the U.S., this is SisLetter and today is Yohee's video.
Today, I prepared a video of storing, cleaning, and organizing frequently eaten food ingredients.
If you live in the US, it's not possible to go grocery shopping every day!
Do all the housewives living in the United States agree? 😂
I don't like to keep vegetables frozen, and I like to eat them fresh so I tend to buy only as what I need.
Nevertheless, there were cases in which ingredients over-ripen or are damaged and I threw them out.
So, let me share the organizational methods I have used for the past couple of years.
In the end, I think that livelihood methods must be comfortable and enjoyable for them to be sustainable.
I am not perfect and still have a lot to learn.
But I would be grateful if you would be generous while watching. ☺️💛
Next time, I'll come back with a video of storing and subdividing the ingredients in the freezer!
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✔️Garlic soaked in olive oil is said to cause food poisoning when stored at room temperature! The video said it was refrigerated, but I am writing it down here again because there wasn't enough explanation. I keep it in the refrigerator, and I’m not sure if this is safe enough. I think it would be better to make only enough to eat within 2-3 days instead of making a lot.
✔️The video was filmed over several days. The ingredients were not organized in one day.
✔️ The way I do it is not the right/best answer! There could be better ways. I think it would be nice to watch as a reference.
✔️Onions are best kept when stored in a cool and dark area with its skin. I usually store my onions like that since I buy food just for a week. I shared a different way in the video for people who may find it useful IF you buy bulk onions and need other ways to store them, don't have a proper area to keep them in hot weather, want to prep some in advance, or onions are not fresh and about to go bad.
✔️ The reason for using vinegar is to remove pests and sterilize them. (According to the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety, there is no significant difference between washing vegetables and fruits with water or vinegar for removing residual pesticides. You can remove a certain amount of residual pesticides just by washing with tap water.)
✔️ The zipper bag is washed and reused.
✔️ I try not to use disposable wraps as much as possible, I only use them when I really need them.
✔️ Zero waste is still a long way away, but I'm trying it little by little.
✏️ Container Information
-Leek / cherry tomatoes container
Ikea wire basket (RISATORP)
-Carrot container (I bought it from Homegoods, but there is a same product on Amazon)
-Bell pepper container
TJ Maxx/ Marshall
-Honeycomb ice cube tray (I bought it from Homegoods, but there is a same product on Amazon^^)
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How to store food ingredients fresh without throwing away/ Organize with me/ Food storage tips
ਨੂੰ ਪ੍ਰਕਾਸ਼ਿਤ ਕੀਤਾ ਗਿਆ 11 ਅਪਰੈਲ 2021