Nuts are a good healthy snack, as well as, an important ingredient in many recipes. Storing your walnuts, pecans, and other varieties properly is important to maintaining their taste and texture. This is a guide about storing nuts.
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I use a lot of nuts for baking. I discovered if I chopped the whole bag of nuts at once and store in a clean coffee container, it saves a lot of time when baking.
By Peggy from Cortland, OH
January 22, 20051 found this helpful
Store shelled nuts in the refrigerator on the upper shelf will last about a year. Frozen walnuts will be good up to two years. If shelling your own, remove the papery section that is between the two halves-it's bitter.
Pecans absorb odors from food--store in airtight containers. Shelled pecans will last about 9 months in the refrigerator and up to 2 years frozen. You can also use them and refreeze without losing taste. In the shell they will keep in a cool, dry location for six to 12 months.
January 28, 20180 found this helpful
A great way to maintain the quality of stored nuts is by freezing. This is a guide about freezing nuts.