STOP leaving food to rot in your fridge.
One kitchen organization expert has shared a video revealing three low-cost tricks that will keep your food fresh for longer.
PAPER TOWEL PACKETS
First, the expert said you will need two-ply paper towels.
She separated a sheet of paper towel so it formed a packet.
By separating the sheet into a pocket, you're able to use less at a time saving you both product and money.
The expert then used the pocket to store fresh herbs.
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She simply wrapped them in the paper towel packet and then placed the packet in an airtight container.
PLASTIC ZIPLOCK BAGS
To make your tomato paste last longer, the kitchen organizer said to put the paste in little plastic Ziplock bags.
After filling the bag up with the paste, they used their hands to flatten it out.
She made cube shapes within the bag, without actually cutting through it, and then threw it in the freezer.
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She said that when you're ready to cook with the tomato paste, you can easily pull the convenient frozen cubes out of the bag.
DAMP PAPER TOWEL
Prepping ingredients can be difficult when your cutting board is sliding all over your countertop.
Instead of dealing with the annoyance, the kitchen expert found a cheap and easy solution.
"Always use a damp paper towel underneath your cutting board," the expert said.
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Placing the damp paper towel there will help create traction between the counter surface and the board as you cut.
Many viewers loved her tricks, saying: "Thank you!" and "Great ideas."
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