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Keeping Salads Crisp

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Salads containing lettuce and other vegetables such as tomatoes can get limp very quickly. This is a guide about keeping salads crisp.


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December 1, 2015

Invert a plate at the bottom of the salad bowl. Any moisture will collect under the plate, keeping the salad fresh.

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February 11, 20012 found this helpful

When I make a salad, I core my lettuce, rinse well with cold water, drain and cut it in a colander over a bowl. After it is cut, I cut my cucumber, tomatoes, onion right up top of the colander. I then add a can of black olives, letting this mixture drain the whole time. I then take a bowl, invert a saucer in the bottom, then place my salad on top. None of the mixture sets in liquid, therefore my salads last longer than one day.

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