Food that is not recommended to consume after the feast

Holidays are celebrated in a big way: prepare a battery of salads and snacks, cuts, several hot options, side dishes for every taste and color, desserts, fruits, etc.

As a result, after the most important holiday of the year, there is so much food left that it doesn’t fit even into the largest refrigerator - this average family would have had enough of this good for at least a week!

And, despite all our efforts after the feast, something prepared from the generous feast's table inevitably deteriorates and, under sighs of regret, goes to the trash can. But we live in difficult times. Therefore, questions about what to do with food after the New Year, so as not to deteriorate - are very relevant and relevant.

To begin with, we will first deal with salads: refill them with any sauce, be it vinegar with olive oil, mayonnaise, sour cream, and so on, it follows only before serving. The easiest way is to cut all the ingredients in advance and keep them ready in closed containers. To fill the sauces already before the feast.

Alas, this rule does not apply to puff salads, which must be eaten within 12 hours after cooking!

Do not leave spoons, forks, ladles in ready meals!

Use containers, foil, food wrap as festive dishes and food should not lie in the refrigerator in the open form on plates, in bags or just on a shelf. Pack all the dishes in separate closed containers or wrap with foil / cling film to avoid weathering and odors.

Store food properly: do not store frozen and thawed foods together; fruits and vegetables on the same shelf with meat, fish, cheeses (the products are soaked with the smell of each other), wet and dry foods, ready meals and ready-to-cook foods.

Vegetables, greens, sausage and other meat semi-finished products and delicacies, salted fish can be frozen in separate containers.


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