after having some fix days for RT4 I now wanted to switch completely to this lifestyle.
I thought some preparation would be useful and so I bougt lots of bananas last Wednesday
and the rest of my fruit and vegetable on Saturday.
My bananas were ripe today but lot's of the rest have to be removed. =(
My carrots and strawberries started to get mouldy already and my bell peppers don't look that
good either. I found some very creative ways to store bananas, but where do you store the rest?
I have two fruit bowls in my kitchen and also a little kitchen wagon with open drawers.
I stored everything there - maybe not my best idea.
Do you put everything in your fridge during warm days?
(At the moment we have something between 25°C (77°F) and 35°C (95°F) here)
Truthfully, I only eat fruit when its cold. I love to store everything in the fridge. Mostly, I let them ripe in the garage (fruit flys wont be in the house that way). Then, depending on how many ripe bananas there are, I will ether use them or freeze some for ice cream. Then place the ones I want to eat the next day in the fridge.
once fruit is ripe, I store them in the crisper in the fridge. Its important to move your food and have good organization. When you place something in the fridge don't just pile it in. Rotate it and make sure the oldest produce is in the front or on the top so it is eaten first.
I keep everything in the fridge except bananas, mangos, and tomatoes. If my tomatoes or mangoes are getting too ripe then I refrigerate them too. But I think they taste better and ripen better at room temp. If my bananas are getting too ripe then I freeze them. All my veggies, strawberries, grapes, apples, watermelon, etc is in the fridge at all times. It gets pretty tight in my fridge and freezer.
Thanks for your replies.
My kitchen wagon worked quite fine for my bananas so I will keep that but the rest should
definitively be moved. Guess who is going to rearrange the fridge now lol.