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How To Store Peach

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It’s time to enjoy Peaches! Peach fruits is mainly composed of carbohydrates. They are also high in the dietary fiber pectin, which helps to cleanse the intestines and relieve fatigue. If you eat it right away, store in the fridge for 2 to 3 hours before eating to preserve the sweetness.

How To Store Apple

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Apples, in season from fall to winter, are a fruit rich in fructose and glucose. In addition, apple pectin, a type of dietary fiber, proliferates lactic acid bacteria. The basic method of storing apples is to wrap them in paper towels and store them at room temperature, but we will introduce a refrigerated method of storing apples that can be used for up to three months.

How To Store Cucumber

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Cucumbers are high in potassium, making them an ideal vegetable for detoxification, including improving swelling. It is also effective for rehydration as it is 90% water. They also contain alchorubinase, an enzyme that oxidizes vitamin C. It is recommended that vinegar be added to cucumbers or that they be heated.

How To Store Grain Rice

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There are ways to put it in a rice chest or put chili peppers in it, but what I settled on at home was to put it in a glass jar container and keep it refrigerated. You can enjoy the taste of minor grain rice for one month from the milling date in spring and summer, and for two months from the milling date in fall and winter.

How To Store Dried Shrimp

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Dried shrimps are a necessary dry food to add color to Japanese cuisine. It is often used as a topping for okonomiyaki and other dishes. Since they are originally dried, their shelf life is set for a long time, but once sealed, they quickly change in texture and taste. In addition, the unique aroma of dried foods may waft through the air, resulting in a strange odor. Freezing is a convenient way to preserve the flavor and aroma. Freezing dried foods may seem surprising, but it is a great way to preserve the flavor.

How To Store Tofu

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Tofu is one of the essential ingredients in Japanese food. There are two main types of tofu: silken tofu, which has a smooth texture on the tongue, and cotton (momen) tofu, which has a texture. It can be eaten in a variety of ways, such as cut into pieces and eaten as a topping for chilled tofu or salads, mashed and mixed with other boiled vegetables as a Shiraae, in miso soup, as tofu steak, or even as fried tofu. 

How To Store Cabbage

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I’ll introduce you how to store cabbage in the freezer. There are two ways so don’t miss it!

How To Store Banana (Freeze ver.)

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This time, I will show you how to freeze bananas if you can’t finish them.

How To Store Banana

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Bananas can be stored for 3-4 days by hanging them on hooks, as they begin to damage from the surface they touch. It is recommended not to cut and eat the part near the base of the bunch, as pesticides tend to remain.

How To Store Carrot (Freeze ver.)

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In this short video, I will show you how to store carrots in the freezer. The recommended method is to slice carrots diagonally into thin slices, then cut them lengthwise into small pieces. Then, wrap them in plastic wrap in appropriate quantities and freeze them. When cooking, you can make kinpira gobo, baked goods, pickles, etc. without thawing.

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