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THIS Is How You Store Salad Greens to Make Them Last Longer

No one likes having to throw away food, especially not when it could have been saved. Find out how to store your salad so it stays fresh and crisp for even longer!

We've all been there before: we bought too much lettuce, spinach, or whatever other type of salad green we enjoy...but we just didn't get a chance to finish it before it went bad.

That means more food thrown in the garbage, which is not only wasteful but also expensive and, frankly, disappointing. Especially because it probably could have been saved!

The trick is all in how you store it.

Rather than leaving it in those plastic bags that you'll often buy it in or putting it in a plastic container, the best way to store salad greens is in a resealable plastic bag – along with a paper towel.

The paper towel is what really makes the difference in how long you can make your vegetables last. It will soak up extra moisture, keeping your greens from developing that unappetizing slime as quickly as usual and keeping them fresh and ready to eat for longer.

Now you can finally enjoy your salads at your own pace!

Want to discover even more money-saving storage hacks? Here are 25 you've got to try!

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