Share Storage

tips & tricks

How to Store Your Share, from Cook’s Illustrated

GENERAL TIPS

(from the Brown Market Share Program)

CARROTS

Cut off the tops (they will suck water and nutrients out of the carrot). Put in a loose, perforated plastic bag, preferably twisted shut, in the crisper/vegetable drawer of your fridge. To be extra certain they will not dry out, you can add a damp towel to the bag, or place 
them
 in
 closed 
container 
with
 plenty 
of 
moisture. Alternatively, you can store the carrots in a covered container filled with water.

GREENS

(Kale, Swiss chard, Bok choy, Beet greens) Remove any bands, twist ties, etc. from the stems. Greens should be stored in a loose, perforated plastic bag, preferably twisted shut, in the crisper/vegetable drawer of your fridge.

POTATOES & BEETS

store
 in 
cool,
 dark 
and
 dry 
place,
 such
 as, 
a 
box 
in 
a 
dark
 corner 
of 
the 
pantry; 
a 
paper
 bag 
also 
works 
well. Do not wash them before storing, or make sure to let them dry out (if still wet from washing) before storing.

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