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Fit Tip Friday: Never Let Those Greens Go Bad Again!

throwoutgreenstipsDon’t you just hate it when you buy a bunch of delicious, healthy greens and then end up forgetting that you bought them until they’re a wilted mess sitting at the bottom of your produce drawer, looking anything but fresh and crisp? Yep, us, too. Which is why today’s (sweaty) Fit Tip Friday is an amazingly easy way to make the most of your greens when you can’t eat them right away. (And let’s be honest, organic spinach and arugula only seem to only last for a couple of days in the fridge before going all dark green and smushy. Ick.) So instead of throwing out tens of dollar-bills on produce, do this instead, yo!

Seriously, the freezer is THE BEST. What else do you like to throw in there? And what are some of your favorite greens to freeze? —Jenn

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  1. Debbie E. says:

    I don’t have a freezer, just a super small frig but I use those blue apples and green produce bags which seem to do the trick. I buy fresh and don’t eat that much so I never, ever waste food. I would use a freezer if I had one though–good tip.

  2. This post is beneficial for me. I can understand the necessity of green leafs. So we should follow this post. Thanks for sharing this post.

  3. Jodi says:

    Great tip! So does that mean you use frozen arugula in smoothies too?! Or just spinach? Because I’m guessing arugula wouldn’t taste too great…but I could be wrong!

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