Keep These Produce Items Separate at All Times 

Nothing rivals the freshness of food, whether it's summer's luscious strawberries and tomatoes or fall's crisp apples. 

The problem is that fresh produce goes bad at a far faster rate than canned beans or cereal.  

There are a couple of things you need to know before we dive into the details of storing various objects.  

To increase the likelihood that you will consume your fruits and vegetables, you may have read that it's best to wash and chop them as soon as you arrive home.  

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However, according to Nguyen, you should wait to wash your vegetables until you're absolutely necessary to eat it. 

Nguyen warned that returning wet vegetables to the refrigerator is a major error. 

"Produce will spoil more rapidly if there is any excess moisture on it, as it provides an ideal environment for the growth of bacteria and mold." 

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