1. Honey

You can provide honey with a long shelf- life by storing it in a tightly sealed glass jar in a cool area. In fact, the sweet nectar is believed to be one of the longest lasting foods in the world.

  1. Eggs

Eggs can be frozen as other food products, so you should simply crack them into an ice cube container, with a little salt or sugar, in order not to become grainy, and use as needed.

  1. 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.

  1. Bananas

You can reduce or slow down the appearance of brown spots by wrapping the stem of the banana in cling wrap.

  1. Herbs

Now your herbs can last for ages! When you want to pick your herbs then you just need a little olive oil in which to freeze them.

  1. Celery, broccoli, and lettuce

These vegetables last much longer and remain crunchy if stored in the fridge wrapped in aluminium foil.

  1. Potatoes, onions, and apples

These food items should always be stored separately, since their shelf- life is reduced if stored together. Also, you should store potatoes in the dark so that they don’t produce germs or toxic solanine.

  1. Onions

Tie a knot between every onion with a pair of nylon stockings and your onions will last up to 8 months. This is due to the fact that they’re in the fresh air and not squashed against each other.

  1. Berries

You should place fresh berries straight into a bowl with water and vinegar (ratio 10:1). Then, drain them in a sieve after 5 minutes and let dry. It will kill off the small micro-organisms (of the biological kind) and extends their shelf- life.

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Source: www.realfarmacy.com
Reference: www.fhfn.org