Thinking outside the bag

If you are like me, you do your fruit and veggie shopping once or twice a week, then you should probably be familiar with the “and how am I going to wash all that?” toughie.

In general, I shop once a week for fruits and vegetables, and once for greens. In both cases, I come back home with an enormous amount of vegetal matter, that quickly turns intimidating the moment I need to start washing. I do not like to keep unwashed goods in my fridge, and having to wash on demand every single time I need an item calls off all intent of helping myself to vegetables and fruits, as salad, side dish or snack. On the other hand, when they’re ready to use, all fresh and clean, I find myself consuming fruits and veggies à volonté. Continue reading

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