Tired of finding yet another head of spoiled lettuce in the back of your fridge? Stop throwing money away! With these tips from British organization Pounds to Pocketyou'll be able to make fresh food last longer and save time and cash - not to mention environmental resources.
We love this visual guide because it covers everything from leafy green and berries to potatoes, eggs and cheese. Want to avoid mold on mushrooms? Store them in a paper bag inside the fridge. Have you been storing tomatoes in your produce drawer or keeping eggs on the refrigerator door? You've been doing it all wrong.
Take a look below to discover all of your food faux pas and learn to make fresh food last longer and minimize waste:
These are tough times for chefs and restaurant professionals around the world, but there has never been a better time to seek advice and help around a number of topics affecting hospitality workers. Here's a round-up of some of the most useful resources for chefs.
Can chocolate go off or go bad? And what do the white bits on old chocolate mean? Here's all you need to know about chocolate expiry dates and whether it's safe to eat chocolate past it's printed date.