OMG! 10 Foods That Can Be Stocked For A Long Time Than We Thought

Summer always brings sun and joy to our lives, and we’d like so much to have a bowl of fresh fruit on our table for as long as possible. Unfortunately, most foods have quite a short shelf life. But don’t worry! We gathered some useful advice to help you enjoy fresh berries, cheese, and other delicacies for much longer than usual.

Summer always brings sun and joy to our lives, and we’d like so much to have a bowl of fresh fruit on our table for as long as possible. Unfortunately, most foods have quite a short shelf life. But don’t worry! We gathered some useful advice to help you enjoy fresh berries, cheese, and other delicacies for much longer than usual. Continued

1. Apples + paper + drawer

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Send your apples to “quarantine” in a cool place, and get rid of damaged fruit in 2 weeks. Carefully wrap the good ones in paper or vellum (not in a newspaper). If you’ve many apples, you can cover each layer with a layer of paper. Store them stalk up in a dark cool corner as far from potatoes as possible.

2. Butter + oven

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Place sterilized jars onto a baking sheet, and put the butter inside them. Bake the butter in the oven (230°F or 110°C) for 15-20 minutes. Then add more butter into the jars, screw the lids, and give it another 45 minutes in the oven. Now your butter is ready! Cool it down, and put it on a shelf.