If you are used to buying fresh fruits and vegetables, but then have to throw them out because they go off, there are multiple ways that you can preserve groceries and fresh produce. Fruits and vegetables release a ripening agent called ethylene, but there is a smart device called the E.G.G (only $25), which can prevent this. Vegetables like carrots and potatoes have a longer shelf life than broccoli or cauliflower. Fruits are much the same. Bread is one of the best foods to freeze, as it can spoil and lose its soft texture in days. Herbs can also spoil, which is where the Oprah recommended Herb Savor comes in.
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