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My name is Peter. I am a retired field service refrigeration technician.
Both air and moisture are detrimental to all food storage, both in your fresh food section or your freezer. Leftovers in your fresh food section should be discarded after 3 days. In the freezer section they can last months depending on the food product.
It is nice for temporary storage to use items like tupper ware, but you can not get all of the air out of the container. It is better to leave the food product in the original bowl or place in a container where you can cover with plastic wrap, pushing down and making contact with the food product, getting rid of the air.
Your refrigerator temperature settings are critical. The fresh food section should be between 35-40 degrees F. and your freezer -2 to +2 degrees F.
Ok, lets freeze the asparagus. With a paper towel soak the outside moisture from the asparagus. Wrap it in plastic wrap ensuring there is no air in your package.
Do not put anything in your freezer or fresh food section directly in front of the air vents to avoid blocking air flow.
Asparagus can be frozen easily,clean,rinse with clear water,blanch then freeze.Best if thawed in fridge like you would do with meat or just throw it in your microwave in a steamer for 8 to 10 minutes depending on the amount of asparagus.I put about 1 lb in microwave frozen solid for 8 minutes and it comes out pretty good,adjust your times for your likeness.
I have found either way is fine. I leave them whole if I'm going to use them for a particular dessert and I think it would make a better presentation. If I'm going to make strawberry jam, jelly,syrup or even shortcake sauce I cut them in half or quarters.
Pineapple is one of the fruit that contains so many different vitamins and minerals. It contains only 1% of the daily recommended value of vitamin K, so it is considered to be a safe for juice for those who are on blood thinning medications. Some benefits are:
Makes tooth, bones stronger
Prevents muscular disgeneration
Contain phosphorus and potassium
Reduce pain of all types
Keeps gums stronger.
Yes, you can keep it but it is better to have it fresh.