Prevents drying! Refrigerated storage of apples
|Tool||Kitchen paper, plastic bag|
|1.||Wrap each apple in kitchen paper or newspaper.|
|2.||Put it in a plastic bag and seal it.|
|3.||Put it in the refrigerator with the vines facing up.|
|4.||It is said that it will last for 1 to 2 months when stored in a refrigerator, but please have it as soon as possible.|
Introducing the refrigerated storage method for apples, pears, and persimmons, which have a crispy texture. One of the points is to prevent it from drying out.
Refrigerated storage of apples
When refrigerating apples , first wrap them one by one in kitchen paper or newspaper. Then put it in a plastic bag and seal it. It has the effect of not spreading the "ethylene gas" emitted by apples and the effect of preventing the apples from drying out.
Put the apples in a plastic bag into the vegetable compartment of the refrigerator with the vines facing up. The deliciousness lasts a long time when placed in a low temperature environment.
How to store Japanese pears in a refrigerator
When storing Japanese pears in a refrigerator , wrap them one by one with kitchen paper. Wrap it in plastic wrap, put it in a plastic bag, and close the mouth.
Put the Japanese pears in a plastic bag with the buttocks facing up before putting them in the vegetable compartment of the refrigerator. Wrap it in kitchen paper to prevent it from drying out, and turn it upside down to reduce the speed of deterioration.
Refrigerated storage method for persimmons
When refrigerating the persimmons , cover the calyx with wet kitchen paper. Wrap the whole persimmon from above.
Put it in a plastic bag with the calyx facing down, close the mouth, and move it to the vegetable compartment of the refrigerator for storage. By storing in a low temperature environment while paying attention to the direction of dryness and calyx, you can prevent it from becoming too soft.
Persimmons, pears, and apples are important to take measures such as preventing them from drying out and paying attention to their vertical orientation. The details of the preservation method are introduced in the linked article attached to the text, so please refer to it as appropriate.