Step 1: Check the date
Be sure to pay attention to the expiration date: especially yogurt and other dairy products.
Step 2: Check the refrigerator
Make sure the refrigerator operates at the correct temperature.Manufacturers typically recommend that the temperature was + 4-2 degrees, in order to keep the food fresh, but not frozen!
Step 3: Dry the product
If you wash the product prior to cooling, make sure it is completely dry before you put it in the fridge.Humidity can promote decay.
Step 4: Remove the packages
Avoid storing in plastic bags, the product must breathe - this will help to extend the shelf life.When the fruits are in the bag they ripen more quickly.You can keep the meat in the package, in the case of using it for a few days.
Step 5: Wrap the meat
If you are going to freeze the meat, use foil or paper freezer to store meat and that it does not absorb odors refrigerator.
Step 6: Keep dairy products quality
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Step 7: Berries
Blueberries, strawberries and raspberries store in a plastic bag in the freezer refrigerator.
Step 8: Free bananas
Free bananas from the package and keep them on the table.
Step 9: Salad
After washing your lettuce, let it dry, then wrap in wet paper towels and store in a plastic bag.