KEEP ’EM FRESH IN THE FIRST PLACE!

Health (USA) - - Food -

Frank Proto, chef-in­struc­tor at the In­sti­tute of Culi­nary Ed­u­ca­tion in New York City, sug­gests wrap­ping just­pur­chased herbs in a damp paper towel and re­frig­er­at­ing them in a zip-top bag. Wash ten­der herbs right be­fore us­ing, and don’t bother rins­ing their sturdy cousins un­less they’re vis­i­bly dirty. If you want to get a head start on clean­ing ten­der herbs, wash them, dry very well (this is key!), and then fol­low the damp-paper-towel, zip-top-bag method.

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