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    Default Storing cut vegetables

    Quote Originally Posted by CuddlesAwait View Post
    Haha, it is all pretty bland! Especially the veg in the dinners! Bleugh!

    Mind you I've lost 2 kg in 2 weeks (and I skipped Christmas and New Years) So bland veggies it is for a few more weeks!
    In going to do it after bubs is born until we move out my mil eats fried foods like no tomorrow!! Not enough room to store healthy food and hers!

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    Default Storing cut vegetables

    Just remember that different salads and vege 'breathe' differently... If you put zucchini in a plastic bag it'll sweat and go rotten - if you leave it in a container with the corner open it won't etc (same, grated carrot does well in a sealed container, celery in tin foil etc) its a by of trial and error but some things last really well if stored properly - and makes it so quick and easy to make a healthy meal! :-)

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    Default Re: Storing cut vegetables

    I've never used them myself but i've heard people swear by the zip lock bags designed especially to keep fruit & veg fresher for longer. I can't remember the name but the box is mostly white and they are sold in the clingwrap/alfoil section of the supermarket.
    They might be worth a shot?

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