Best Ways to Store avocado

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Unripe Avocadoes

The unripe avocadoes can last for up to 2 weeks. Check if the avocado’s outer shell is hard and green, if it is hard and green, the avocado is probably unripe and not ready to be eaten. Place them in the fridge to let them ripen slowly for a week. After a week, eat them whenever you like.

Unripe Avocadoes

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Uncut Ripe Avocadoes in Fridge

Avocadoes can be easily stored in the fridge when they are uncut. They may last for a week before starting to rot and catch fungus. To store the avocadoes in the fridge, place them in a plastic sheet or parchment paper and wrap. Place them close to the base of your fridge where they will stay colder. Check on them every day. If they are ripe, eat them sooner.

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Slice them and Put on a Rubber Band

Avocadoes do not get brown when they are in their shell. So, if you have to cut and store avocadoes, slice them but don’t remove them from the shell. You can cut them in half or up to 8 pieces. Bring all the pieces together and close the avocado. Put on a rubber band so that only the outer shell is in contact with the air. Place it in the refrigerator to keep it fresh for 24 hours. It can also last on the shelf for 6-8 hours before becoming brown.

Slice them and Put on a Rubber Band

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Cut Avocadoes and Refrigerate

It seems almost impossible to keep the avocadoes from turning brown. Well, when the avocadoes are exposed to air, just like apples, they turn brown in minutes. But, when you want to cut and store avocadoes, there are ways to get the job done.

When you are preparing food, for an extravagant dinner, you might have to wait till the last minute to add avocadoes, but there is a secret way to keep the avocadoes fresh for as long as 4 hours.

The secret is to boil an uncut avocado for a few seconds. Put the avocado directly into boiling water for 10 seconds. Remove it and then put it directly in a bowl filled with ice and water. When it is completely cooled, remove and cut. Make your favorite dish or a salad and let it rest in the fridge. It should not go brown for at least 4 hours!

Cut Avocadoes and Refrigerate

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Written by Kay Weber
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Don’t Let the Air destroy its Color

The avocadoes turn brown when they come in contact with the air. If you can store them in an airtight container as soon as you cut them, you can keep the avocadoes stay beautiful. Cut the avocadoes as soon as you can, put them in an airtight container and refrigerate. The avocadoes should not turn brown for at least 3 hours.

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Written by Warren Austin
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