Money Saving Tips
How to Store Produce and Save Money
February 22, 2016
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When produce is stored with an excess of moisture, it can become slimy and limp. Use ROYALE® Tiger Towel® paper towel to regulate that moisture and ultimately extend the freshness of your food. Here’s how:
For greens (like spinach) kept in clamshell containers, place a Handy Half Sheet of Tiger Towel® paper towel on top of the greens and close the lid.
For bagged salad mixes or lettuce, slip a Full Sheet of Tiger Towel® in the bag, tucking the paper towel over the leaves near the bag opening, and close the bag again.
For chopped herbs or veggies, line a re-sealable container with a folded Handy Half Sheet of Tiger Towel® and throw the produce on top of the paper towel and close.
For sliced onions or tomatoes, place the cut edge down on a Handy Half Sheet of Tiger Towel® and wrap it in plastic or place it in a re-sealable baggie.
In the coming days, if the Tiger Towel® becomes too wet, replace it with a new one to help further preserve your food.
Did you know?
You don't have to throw a used Tiger Towel® paper towel in the garbage. Turn it into compost for your garden instead! Here's how: Tiger Towel In The... Garden