Extend the Life of Summer Produce
For instance, you can "heat shock" produce like berries, peaches and even asparagus. Simply fill a bowl with water that's 130°F and submerge the produce for about 30 seconds. Next, carefully drain the food and gently spin it dry in a salad spinner lined with paper towels. After that, just store the food in the refrigerator and you're done.
Doing this will keep your produce mold-free for several days longer than their unwashed counterparts. It's that easy.
Preserve your greens from the farmers' market and you can preserve the green in your wallet.