How to Store Vegetables Collards
Storage and Preparation:
If collards cannot be prepared the day
they are bought, they can be kept refrigerated a day or two at home.
There is a small controversy about storing collards and other greens.
One group suggests washing them in several changes of cold water,
shaking them in several changes of cold water, shaking them nearly dry,
and then storing one to two days in a paper or perforated vegetable bag
in the vegetable section of the refrigerator. I have done this, and it
works well if the greens are spun in a salad dryer first. I have also
found that leaving too much water on the leaves tends to turn them a
little slimy very quickly. If you will be preparing the greens within
24 hours of buying them, store them, unwashed, in a plastic bag in the
vegetable section of the refrigerator.
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