Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

10 Hacks to Make Groceries Last Longer

Store Dairy Wisely: Keep milk and other dairy products in the back of the fridge where it's coldest, rather than in the door.

Wrap Greens in Paper Towels: Wrap leafy greens in paper towels before storing them in the fridge.

Keep Apples Away from Other Fruits: Apples release ethylene gas, which can cause other fruits nearby to ripen and spoil faster. Store them separately to extend the shelf life of other fruits.

Store Tomatoes Stem End Down: Storing tomatoes stem end down prevents air from entering and moisture from exiting the scar where the tomato was attached to the vine

Use Vinegar for Berries: Rinse berries in a solution of one part vinegar (white or apple cider) and three parts water before storing them.

Freeze Bread You Can't Use Right Away: If you won't use a loaf of bread before it goes stale, freeze it. Toast slices straight from the freezer as needed.

Store Onions in Pantyhose: For long-term storage, place onions in pantyhose, tying knots between each onion. Hang in a cool, dry place. This method allows air circulation and can keep onions fresh for months.

Jerk Chicken: Coat chicken legs in a spicy and aromatic jerk marinade made from Scotch bonnet peppers, allspice, thyme, and other seasonings, then grill to smoky perfection.

Invest in Ethylene Gas Absorbers: Place ethylene gas absorbers in your fruit and vegetable drawers. They absorb the gas that causes ripening, extending the life of many produce items.

Keep Potatoes and Apples Together: Store potatoes with an apple to prevent them from sprouting. The apple helps reduce the production of ethylene gas from the potatoes, keeping them firm and sprout-free for longer.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



Zenraya’s Summer Looks


Seven Work from Home Looks