While out shopping today Pat & I came across these strawberries at our local green grocer. Roughly the weight came to 1 kilo, costing $2.50.
I don't want to guts into them, so none are wasted. How do I save the best ones for later on early next week?
After washing them and patting dry with some paper towel (which is then composted) I put the fruit that wasn't bruised or soft into the "food saver" canister.
By removing the air in the canister and refrigerated, these strawberries will keep in this condition for a week.
To open the canister I just have to press the little gray button and once the air stops hissing out, I can open it.
Nothing worse than spending money and food wasting through poor storage. Or too much and not doing something with it.
I want to buy more of these canisters as I can store spinach or lettuce as well, without damaging the food.
Off now to have a feed on strawberries and cream
Until next time....hoo roo