How To Organize Your Fridge Like Martha Stewart On Steroids.
When it comes to veggies, try to remove the green parts from the roots.
The green parts of the vegetables, like radish, beets, carrots, etc., suck the moisture out of the edible roots, making them limp and chewy. So remember to trim them off before storing your veggies in the refrigerator.
Next time you vacuum your carpet, stop for a moment, and used it in the back of your refrigerator.
This might not sound like a great idea, but dust particles accumulate behind the refrigerator and settle on the condenser coils. Cleaning them will help the heat from the refrigerator dissipate quicker.
It's always a good idea to cover every item that you store in your refrigerator.
When food is left uncovered, it releases moisture in the air, which won't be entirely removed by the compressor and could make your fridge start to smell. So cover your food whenever possible.
Create a homemade cleaner that will work wonders for your refrigerator and won't make it smell like chemicals.
Take some lemon and some rosemary and turn it into a cleaning solution. Not only will this prevent mold and mildew from forming inside the fridge, but it will make it look and smell like new.
Designate a special place to store foods that should be eaten right away.
Leftovers are pretty common, especially in a big household, or if you have the habit of over ordering takeout. So some people work on the principle of out of sight, out of mind and forget all about it until it rots. So to prevent wasting good food, label your containers, so you'll know what you've got.
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