Written by Doris Donnerman (last updated April 26, 2019)
Fresh vegetables are so expensive, you can't afford to let them wilt or rot before you're able to use them. Most vegetables can be stored for up to a week in the refrigerator. Root vegetables (including radishes, carrots, and turnips) will stay fresh much longer than other veggies, sometimes up to two months when stored properly. The thing that will allow you to keep your vegetables longest is getting high quality produce from the beginning.
Do you often find that your vegetables get soggy when you store them in the refrigerator? Do you have to throw out a lot of produce before you have a chance to use it? A few simple tips can keep your veggies fresher longer.
Now that you know the basics, get some tips on serving vegetables, including a great recipe for asparagus salad!
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