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    Default How do I keep carrot sticks fresh once cut up?

    I need to put together a dip platter for the work Melbourne cup do tomorrow. I am taking dip, crackers and carrot and celery sticks.
    I know I can cut the celery sticks up and out them in a Tupperware container with water I the fridge and they will stay nice, does this work for carrots as well?
    Would I need to do two separate containers? Am I on the completely wrong track? Help! I just want them to be nice tomorrow for the race. We don't have great kitchen facilities there so I really do need to do it at home tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by #Mama View Post
    I need to put together a dip platter for the work Melbourne cup do tomorrow. I am taking dip, crackers and carrot and celery sticks.
    I know I can cut the celery sticks up and out them in a Tupperware container with water I the fridge and they will stay nice, does this work for carrots as well?
    Would I need to do two separate containers? Am I on the completely wrong track? Help! I just want them to be nice tomorrow for the race. We don't have great kitchen facilities there so I really do need to do it at home tonight.
    Yep - in water in a Tupperware container will work. Just be just to drain/dry them properly before use so they aren't too wet.

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    Perfect, thanks so much!


 

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