Storing Your Fruit and Vegetables

Updated: Aug 13, 2021

How many times has this happened to you? You get home from shopping put your bananas, potatoes, and apples on the counter and get putting everything away. The next day you go to work, and don't eat them. The following morning you want a banana and low and behold it's rotten. So you grab an apple, and it's soft and has a bruise in it and now your potatoes are sprouting. You just wasted all this money and didn't even get to eat the food. Very frustrating situation. This happened to me all the time. In our house, cucumbers are the major issue. My son eats two a day and I eat one: That's three cucumbers a day for us. I was going shopping every two or three days to keep my fruits and veggies fresh. Then 2020 occurred and I didn't want to shop every couple days. At this point, I only go shopping once every couple weeks. How did I go from every two days to every couple weeks? Trial and error my friends. Trial and error. I spent 2020 researching and practicing storing my fruits and vegetables which I think is an important skill in the current day and one we aren't taught. Most of us have no idea how to properly store our food. I know I personally didn't have a clue! So, I have compiled my findings into an e-book for you. It is free for a limited time to celebrate starting Holy Health. If you are trying to make your food last longer, and save money and time, have a look. This is an alphabetical e-book listing the most common fruits and vegetables and how to store them for the longest shelf (fridge) life. I hope this helps and I hope you learn a few tricks to save you time and money and to keep you healthy. After all, in a pandemic eating all your fruits vegetables (5-9 servings a day) is the best way to avoid getting sick. **the e*book is no longer free and can be found in the store for $7.99. I do hope it helps you to save money and time with your produce

Until next time,



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