Brilliant Tips to Never Have Spoiled Food

20 Brilliant Tips to Never Have Spoiled Food Again (and how to cut your grocery bill in half)

  • Honey

You can give honey a long shelf- life by storing it in a tightly closed glass jar in a cool area.  Actually, it is believed that the sweet nectar is one of the longest lasting foods in the world.

  • Eggs

Eggs,as other food products,can also be frozen, so you should simply pour them into an ice cube container, with a little sugar or salt, to avoid them to become grainy, and use when needed.

Brilliant Tips to Never Have Spoiled Food

  • Tomato sauce

Put the tomato sauce in a freezer bag and let it freeze. After one hour, it should be frozen enough so you can use the back of a knife to separate the mass into individual portions.

  • Bananas

Slow slow down or reduce the appearance of brown spots by wrapping the stem of a banana in cling wrap.

  • Herbs

Now your herbs can last very long time! If you want to pick your herbs, you just need a little olive oil in which you will freeze them.

  • Celery, lettuce and broccoli

These vegetables last much longer and will remain crunchy if you store them in the fridge, wrapped in aluminium foil.

  • Apples,potatoes, andonions

Always store potatoes, onions and apples separately, since their shelf- life is reduced if they are stored together. Also, you store potatoes in the dark so they won’t produce germs or toxic solanine.

  • Onions

Between every onion tie a knot with a pair of nylon stockings. In that way your onions will last up to 8 months. This is caused bythe fact that they are in fresh air and are not squashed against each other.

  • Berries

Place fresh berries straight into a bowl with vinegar and water (ratio 1:10). Then, drain them in a sieve after 5 minutes and let them dry. It will kill off the small micro-organisms of the biological kind and will extend their shelf- life.

  • Vegetables

Blanch chopped vegetables and store them in freezer bags to make them last longer.

  • Lettuce

Wrap lettuce in a paper towel to absorb the moisture and extend its lifespan.

  • Apples

Sure, apples last long, but you need pick out the rotten apple that can spoil them all.

  • Carrots

Make carrots last for months by keeping them in a box with sand in a dark and cool place.

  • Mince

Use the tomato sauce method written above by freezing and portioning leftover minced meat.

  •  Cheese in buckets

You can double the bucket cheese lifespan by storing it upside down!

  • Instead of Tupperware

Store your food in glass jars to make it last longer.

  • Cheese

Wrap any kind of cheese in grease-proof paper to extend its lifespan and improve its taste.

  • Pineapple

Remove the crown of the fruit and let it stand on its head – this will extend the pineapple’s lifespan.

  • Spring onions

Place spring onions in a glass jar filled with water to make them grow and keep them fresh. They can even grow new onions!

  • Cake

Leftover cake can last long if it’s protected by pieces of white bread. They will absorb the moisture and prevent the cake from drying.

These tips will make your food last longer, effectively saving you money. You know what Leonardo Da Vinci once said: “simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”