Organization expert shares the savvy hacks which help her store food for weeks – but everyone’s saying the same thing

WE’VE all experienced the frustration of only days-old fruits and veggies becoming moldy.

Produce often turns soft and sticky before we’ve even gotten the chance to eat it.

One woman, who goes by @skylar_toth online, said she has the key to keeping your produce fresh for weeks.

In the TikTok, the organization expert began: “First you need to soak them for 30 minutes in a water, vinegar, and salt solution.”

She filled up a large sink with the ingredients and let her lettuce, herbs, peppers, and strawberries bathe.

“Then for lettuce, I roll it up in wet paper towels,” she said, while laying out her lettuce onto the damp napkins.

“I do the same thing for my herbs and then I stick them in a Ziploc bag.”

When it comes to parsley and cilantro, she had an additional tip: “Make sure to snip the ends before you do this.”

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As for strawberries, she said they “thrive in a mason jar. You need to store them this way.”

Her last tip involved carrots and celery: they stay crispy and fresh if you store them in a mason jar filled with water.

“If you don’t do this, you’ll probably notice they get soggy within a couple days.”

Although the tips are definitely useful, most viewers believed the process was too time-consuming.

One user commented: “‘Do you do any of these?’ Sometimes I put the whole grocery bag on one shelf in my fridge and just rummage through it.”

Another said: “Am I the only one who finds this incredibly wasteful?! Like just wash it when you’re using it.”

And lastly, there was this person who just shot it down completely: “Ohhh ok cool. I’m just going to keep throwing them in the fridge.”

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