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February 01, 2014
Perking up wilted veggies
Winter veggies aren't always the best and sometimes we just leave them in the crisper a day or two too long. Before you bin them, try to freshen up those limp vegetables. Drop aging produce into a sink full of ice water and see if that doesn't breath some new life into it. Plants generally wilt due to water loss; ice water penetrates their cells to restore crispness. This technique works well with lettuce, kale, chard, carrots, radish, some herbs, asparagus and even beets.
For optimum storage:
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