Want to figure out which vegetables freeze best or how to can things like tomatoes and green beans?
Crop-by-crop instructions for freezing, canning and fermenting
Then you’ll want to head over and bookmark the National Center for Home Preservation, which provides crop-by-crop instructions for freezing, canning, and, even fermenting your food so less food goes to waste, and your shopping dollar stretches even further.
The cilantro you are looking at was purchased 9 days ago. Finally I have found a way to store cilantro without it getting slimy in the refrigerator. It’s simple. Put 3 or 4 inches of water in a container. Seen here is a one gallon pitcher. Rinse the bottoms of your cilantro bunches. Originally I was able to put four large bunches of cilantro in this container. Cover loosely with a plastic bag and store in your refrigerator. Every few days change the water and rinse the bottoms. That’s it! If you are excited about this or you try it and it works for you, please send me a message. Enjoy.