Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Keep Your Lettuce Fresh
Don't you just hate it when you just bought (or thought you did) that head of lettuce (or was it that fresh) I can tell you that it is one of my pet peeves. I really do not care for it when things like this happen. The next time perhaps you could and I know I will try a few tips that I found here while searching the www
Remove all the lettuce leaves and place them in a big bowl or salad spinner.
Pour 1 cup of vinegar in the bowl or spinner and fill the rest with water.
Gently mix the lettuce, water and vinegar around and let soak for a few minutes.
Drain the vinegar-water solution and rinse the lettuce thoroughly in water.
Spin dry if using a salad spinner. If not, transfer lettuce to a colander and shake off excess water.
Lay out and air dry the lettuce on a clean counter, dish towel or paper towels until completely dry.
Place the lettuce in a gallon plastic zip bag along with a paper towel.
squeeze all air out of the bag and refrigerate.
she also offered the tip to
I also like to take several dried lettuce leaves, chop or shred it up and store in a smaller 1-quart plastic zip bag with half a sheet of paper towel for grab-and-go chopped or shredded lettuce. Perfect for tacos, salads, burritos, subs and so much more!
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