How to Store Citrus Fruit

Oranges, tangerines, lemons, limes and grapefruits are full of vitamin "C re great for making juices, cooking spices and marinades, or simply to eat with your hands. This is the best way to keep them fresh, juicy and flavorful the largest possible time.

Make sure that from the new. Look for firm fruit, heavy with diamonds, colored leathers. Fruit that feels the light or have a rough skin can be dried and shriveled or rotten inside. Avoid fruit with skin discoloration, weakness, or fungi.

Keep citrus fruit at room temperature up to a week. Keep them in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight, and check regularly for impairment.

Extend the life of your store in refrigerator citrus. Store them in a plastic mesh, net or perforated. Avoid airtight containers because it promotes the collection, mildew and moisture rot. You can also save the citrus and vegetable drawer of the refrigerator. Citrus can be refrigerated for several weeks.


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