How to Help Your Groceries Last Longer
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Okay, food waste is a huge problem. There’s no escaping that. It is now such a problem that we can’t get our heads around it. It’s such an epidemic, kind of like climate change, that we all think we can’t have an impact on it. But what if we brought it a little closer to home. After all, expired groceries are one of the biggest sources of food waste there is, as well as a waste of your money. Urrgh. Wasted money sucks. Seriously. There is nothing more frustrating than going to make a nice breakfast with fresh berries and yogurt only to find out your berries look like they have been ravaged by the plague. It’s just the worst.
Luckily, there are a few simple things you can do to make your food last longer and keep your delicious looking groceries looking their absolute best well beyond their best-before date, and here’s how:
Store it in the Right Place
Gadgets and Gizmos
2017 is here and it is all about incredible technology. It is taking over the world. Every corner and niche are seeing huge improvements and the food preservation game is no different. Admittedly we didn’t realize this until we stumbled across an article with the best food dehydrator reviews gracing the pages (I read some niche magazines to keep my blog tip top), which led us to see what else was out there. Our favorite in terms of gadget had to be this small little thing called the Green Heart, which uses potassium crystals to stop fruits decomposing so quickly, giving them a shelf life up to three days longer.