Purchasing fruits and vegetables with a fairly long shelf life can help you save money, eat healthier and cut down on food waste.
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Long after the holidays have passed, you can still dig into those boxed chocolates — properly stored, they'll stay tasty for months. Here's how to keep them decadent.
A simple way to help keep your electric bill down.
Having chopped carrots, celery and onions on hand in the fridge is so convenient.
Few things are more delicious than a freshly baked apple pie. Made ahead of time, it’s a great timesaver — apple pie freezes well, baked or unbaked.
When stored properly, these everyday items will stay at top quality for years — sometimes decades — even after they’ve been opened.
Everything you need to know for keeping this popular side dish at its freshest.
Foods keep safe while they're frozen. But that can change quickly once they start to thaw. Follow these steps to keep your foods safe and tasty.
Everything you need to know about this tangy-sweet holiday essential.
The dates on food labels can be confusing. The truth is, they often have nothing to do with food safety. Here's what you really need to know.
Some handy guidelines for keeping your food flavorful.
Thawing a frozen turkey takes time, but the good news is that you’ve got some options if you find yourself behind schedule.
Don’t be left in the dark when it comes to the safety of your food.
When it comes to ripening, not all fruits are created equal. Use our handy guidelines to get the maximum flavor and shelf life from your fresh fruit.
For many people, the high point of Thanksgiving isn’t the big meal itself — it’s feasting on the turkey leftovers the next day! Here's how to keep them safe and tasty.
For maximum freshness, move past the door and keep eggs and milk in the main compartment of the refrigerator.
Here’s a super-easy way to ensure you’ve always got fresh peppers on hand when you need them.
Here’s an easy way to ensure you’ve always got butter on hand when you need it.
It lasts forever — so you’ll never have to waste a drop.
Studies show that a staggering amount of food is being wasted — and one of the primary reasons is consumers’ confusion over food expiration dates.
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