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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Crisp and delicious, apples are readily available year-round, but autumn is their peak season. Here’s how to keep them fresh.
You spent lots of time in the grocery store choosing the best-looking produce. The other key to great-tasting vegetables is proper storage at home.
Freeze these less-than-obvious items and you'll save money, waste less — and make cooking a whole lot more convenient.
For maximum flavor and juiciness, keep them out of the refrigerator until they’re fully ripe.
Whether you’re using them for baking, frying or drizzling on a salad, the key to getting the best taste from different oils lies in storing them properly. Use this quick guide to find out how.
Ground beef plays a starring role in everything from holiday barbecues to everyday dinners. Here are some tips to help you safely enjoy this versatile meat.
Follow these simple steps for enjoying the maximum taste and shelf life from your avocados.
You can save big by purchasing long-lasting items by the bag.
Fresh herbs are easy to freeze and so convenient to have on hand for flavoring your favorite cooked dishes.
Peeling hard-cooked eggs can be a real chore. Here’s how to make the job easier.
Bread freezes beautifully and this tip makes it even more convenient.
You’ve probably had to deal with an unfinished bottle of red wine on at least a few occasions. Here's the best way to store it.
French toast is a classic weekend treat. But it also freezes well and is a snap to reheat.
An easy way to ensure you’ve always got fresh lemon and lime juice on hand when you need it.
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Thanks to their high oil content, nuts are especially prone to going rancid. They’ll stay fresher much longer if you freeze them.
Baking powder and baking soda don’t last forever. Here’s how to tell if they're still up to the job.
A simple trick for keeping ice cream smooth and creamy.
They should only come together when you're ready to cook them.
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