Saving Celery


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Here are my top 3 posts from last week:

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Lemon Cranberry Pecan Muffins [S]

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Tips on Fooled Ya Pizza Crust [S]

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Love-Ly Valentine’s Day Cupcakes [S]]

The post from last week with the most visits was this one.

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Good Girl Moonshine Variations [FP]


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  1. Rashel says

    What a great way to keep celery ready to eat but fresh too! Thanks! I’m super excited about my post last week being the one with the most visits, how fun!
    Blessings to you,

  2. Faith says

    A quick tip I learned while working as cook at a camp: sometimes celery seems limp because pockets of liquid inside freeze because it gets TOO cold. If you have limp celery, try letting it warm just a tad and it should firm up. :)

  3. Jennifer says

    I actually started doing this a few months ago. Jars are a great way to store green pepper sticks as well. It is amazing how much longer veggies keep after washing and putting in the jar in water.

  4. Nicki Woodard says

    Uncut celery will last A LONG time wrapped in aluminum foil. I’ve been very surprised how long I’ve had a stalk in my fridge without it going bad.

  5. Joan Bowers says

    celery will keep fresh indefinitely if you wrap it tightly with aluminum foil. Remove it from the plastic bag it comes in and dry it as much as you can with paper towels then wrap it tight with foil. I wrap it in two large pieces.

  6. jean cravens says

    I can save celery for as much as six weeks by ,not washing it when I get home from the grocery store,instead wrap it completely inpaper towels and then completely in foil.Use as needed.


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