Storing Fresh Fruit

Is there a way to store fresh fruit long term?



September 25, 20060 found this helpful

When i see a sale for strawberries I wash them and remove the stem, then slice and put on wax paper on a pan to freeze then put them in a freezer bag., that way they don't stick together. I also freeze grapes after washing by just putting the vine and all in a freezer bag in the freezer I make smoothies every morning with frozen blueberries an apple, unpeeled, banana and canned or fresh pineapple and the frozen strawberries and grapes. The fruit tastes fresh.

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September 23, 2006 Flag
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Fresh fruit, like strawberries, grapes, etc, stay fresher if they are stored in the fridge unwashed. Only rinse what you are going to immediately eat and restore the rest unwashed.

By Carrol from Monroe

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