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How To Store Carrot

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To increase the absorption rate of beta-carotene, it is more effective to cook carrots in oil than to eat them raw, and to cook them in oil rather than stewing them. When eaten raw, with vinegar or lemon is recommended. To store carrots, wipe dry and cut off the leaves at first. Then, wrap each one in a piece of newspaper. After put them in a ziplock or plastic bag, and store upright refrigerate. It can be refrigerated for 2~3 weeks!

How To Store Orange

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Oranges are rich in vitamin C, antioxidants, and skin benefits. You may have trouble storing them when they can’t fit in the refrigerator or when you can’t finish eating them. In such cases, I recommend wrapping oranges in newspaper and storing them at room temperature in a cool, well-ventilated, dark place. 1 to 2 weeks will keep them tasty without drying out. Just don’t forget to refrigerate them before eating!

How To Store Chinese Chive (Scallion)

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Chives are an effective vegetable for nourishing and relieving fatigue. It also contains vitamin E, which helps prevent lifestyle-related diseases and antioxidants, so it is an ingredient that should be included in your daily diet as much as possible. Because of its unique flavor, it is best to use it up quickly, but if you cannot use it up, it is recommended to wash it well before refrigerating or freezing it. 

How To Store Seasonal Onion

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It is the season for fresh onions. Because of their high water content, they are crispy and have a nice texture when cut into thin slices and eaten in salads. Fresh onions are easily damaged, and if stored at room temperature, their skins will soon become slimy. To prevent moisture damage, it is recommended to wrap them in newspaper or kitchen paper, place them in a plastic bag, and keep them refrigerated.They will still be crisp after a week.

How To Store Ginger

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The best way to store ginger is to wrap it in kitchen paper or newspaper and store it at room temperature in a cool, well-ventilated dark place. If it is kept refrigerated, it will be too cold and the surface will become slimy even if it is wrapped in paper. If stored at room temperature, the skin will remain shiny even after two weeks. Even if the outer skin is a little dry, the ginger itself is fine.

How To Keep Lettuce Fresh

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Lettuce is indispensable for salads. However, some of you have probably bought lettuce and put it straight into the refrigerator, where it quickly became damaged and ended up being thrown away without using it all. I’ll show you how to keep lettuce refrigerated for 2-3 weeks.

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