How to keep your food fresh with these brilliant, unexpected hacks.
We throw away at least 1/3 of the food we purchase. Not because we don’t eat it, but because it goes bad faster than we can eat. Well, in this video, I show you some simple hacks to help you keep your food fresh and save yourself a bunch of money in the long run.
Let’s start with watermelons. You can plant the watermelon seeds and grow your own fruit from scratch.
Speaking of watermelons, do you want to keep your watermelons longer? Dig a hole in the ground and cover it with soil and grass. You’ll keep it fresh for months.
Eggs tend to go bad quickly. But one way to store them for a long time is with salt. Take a plastic container, pour some salt inside, and then add your eggs. After that, cover your eggs with more salt, and you’re all set.
Watch the entire video to discover some fantastic watermelon recipes and creative party ideas.
1:21 – How to store ginger
2:49 – Tasty watermelon chicken
4:20 – How to cut and fry watermelon slices
6:13 – How to make ginger last you six months
7:09 – How to keep the cheese from drying out
8:45 – Stop potatoes from sprouting
13:28 – Keep your carrots longer
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