With one cheap ingredient you can keep strawberries fresh for weeks - this tip has captured the internet by storm
We all know that we have to eat fresh fruits and vegetables every day but to do that we may feel that we should go to the grocery store or the supermarket every day.
Most people shop once a week and although the fresh products look good the day we buy them, if we eat them five days later, they may already have mold.
This is especially true in strawberries. The strawberry season is in full swing, and you can't ignore this delicious red fruit. But very quickly they rot and become a mess in the box before we can eat them.
We came across this trick that will keep the strawberries fresh for a long time and you will not believe how easy and effective it is. We had to share it with you.
In our opinion, strawberries are among the most delicious and perfect fruits. Not only are they very tasty, they are also full of antioxidants.
They are also quite varied and can be used for cakes, shakes and even a jam if they are not tasty enough for eating.
But unfortunately, it doesn't take long before they fill up with mold. So then we discovered this trick that keeps the strawberries fresh in the fridge for weeks.
The useful tip not only works great, but is also very simple. All you need is a bowl, a little water and vinegar, and within minutes you can ensure that your strawberries stay fresh for as long as you need them.
Add the strawberries to the bowl, then cover them with vinegar and water at a ratio of 5:1 (1 cup vinegar over 5 cups of water) for a few minutes.
The vinegar removes the bacteria or mold spores that cause the fruit to rot.
When you remove the strawberries make sure to dry them well with a paper towel so that no moisture remains on it to make the mold reappear, and surprisingly, there is not a hint of vinegar on the strawberries.
The smart trick works well on blueberries, raspberries, berries.
See the full video guide below.
Don't forget to share the trick with your friends and family and help bring more tasty fruits into their life.