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06/07/2011

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Ladomestique

Good trick! I always put my radishes in a large ziplock bag, closed and stored in the veggie drawer of the fridge. They will be perky for a week stored this way. :)

aneelee

this is my trick with bok choi (which is what i always seem to let sit around for longer than i should). hadn't put mine in the fridge though. wonder if that speeds it along.

melissa

great tip! just exactly what the kale in my fridge needs...a hefty perk-up.

matt

GET OUT lol it's not april fools.

Slow Lorus

I fully submerge wilted produce in some water and put the whole kit and caboodle in the fridge for a few hours. It worked wonders on some super-wilted ramps a few weeks ago that I hadn't gotten to in time. Even the saddest of the leaves perked up perfectly.

Greenyourplate.blogspot.com

I was just thinking this morning about the radishes I bought earlier this week and how I forgot to cut the greens off to store them separately. Will have to bust out this move when I return home tonight.

Sara

Love it! It's one of those things that's so obvious -- but not until you pointed it out.

CookiePie

Fantastic tip! I have some radishes from my CSA wilting in the fridge right now, I'm going to try this tonight!

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