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Helpful Prevent Sugar Rice grain clumping

  • Posted on May 4, 2017 at 5:39 pm

MATERIALS stored food is more easily damaged. This is usually due to ignorance of the correct way to save it. Though there are little things that you are not thought of before can help endurance herbs longer.

The following safety tips that you may often neglect so that food does not last long.

Enter in freezer
Freezer is not just a place to store ice cream and ice cubes only. Freezer can also be a place where the food to make it more durable. If you want long-lasting vegetables, live cut and insert in sealed plastic and store in the freezer. Another thing that you can store in the freezer is butter, bread, flour, and also to eliminate the evil bacteria.

Put the baking soda in the refrigerator
Vegetables and fruits are kept in the refrigerator issuing ethylene gas that can make them rot faster. To prevent this, put the baking soda in the refrigerator and you will be more fresh vegetables and durable.

Little things have a big impact
Lots of little things that can greatly affect your food resilience. For example, add a few grains of rice in a jar of sugar to prevent clumping. Or give a little butter on the corners so that the cheese does not dry out.

re wrap
Although the food is in a tight pack does not guarantee the long-lasting food. Examples cheese. Remove the cheese from the wrapper and then re-using the plastic wrap to make it more durable. The same thing you can do to vegetables.