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How to Store Strawberries

Learn the best way for how to store strawberries to ensure you get to enjoy the berries you buy before they spoil.

Berries are notorious for spoiling really quickly, which makes sense given that they are a delicate fruit. But there are easy ways to store them that can help extend their life.

Strawberries

Transfer your berries to a container lined with a paper towel or a clean kitchen towel in single layers. Cover with a lid and refrigerate.

Option 1.

Transfer the berries to a big bowl with a 1:3 mixture of white vinegar and water. Stir gently with your hands to help dislodge any dirt from the berries.

Option 2.

Transfer to a container lined with a paper towel or a clean kitchen towel and let dry by sitting at room temperature for an hour or you can pat gently to dry. Cover and refrigerate.

Option 2.

Wash, dry, and remove stems. Slice and add to a freezer bag. Press into one layer and seal. Ready for more strawberry recipes? Click to the next slide ->

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