It is possible to extend the shelf-life of raw honey by using a sealed glass jar to store the honey. The jar should be placed in a cool and dark area. Don’t forget that honey is considered to be one of foods that have longest shelf-life.
Just like many others foods, you can freeze the eggs. The most convenient way to do this is to crack the eggs and use an ice cube container to store them. Add some sugar or salt, so that the eggs won’t turn grainy.
3. Tomato sauce
Put the tomato sauce in a freezer bag and leave it to freeze. After an hour, it should be frozen enough so that you can use the back of a knife and separate the mass into individual portions. As in, push the sauce back and forth.
Your bananas will brown slowly if you wrap their stem in a cling wrap.
Take the berries while they are fresh and place them in a bowl filled with vinegar and water (1:10 ratio). After that, drain the mixture well in a sieve and leave it until it gets dry. In this way you will eliminate all the harmful micro-organisms and make the berries last longer.
It is possible to make herbs last forever. Choose the herbs you want to store and use a small amount of olive oil before you freeze them.
7. Broccoli, celery and lettuce
These healthy veggies will last longer and keep their freshness in case they are wrapped in aluminum foil and put in the refrigerator.
8. Apples, potatoes and onions
Always store potatoes, onions and apples separately, since their shelf- life is reduced if they are stored together. Also, you store potatoes in the dark so they won’t produce germs or toxic solanine.
Between every onion tie a knot with a pair of nylon stockings. In that way your onions will last up to 8 months. This is caused by the fact that they are in fresh air and are not squashed against each other.