GLAD Saving time & money by loving your leftovers

The festive season can be challenging when it comes to the longevity of your pre-cooked and post-cooked food, as we all know that throwing away food equals throwing away our precious resources, time, money and effort… Below are a few tips from GLAD on food storage:

GLAD Multi-Fresh bags are ideal for this time of the year as they keep fruit and vegetables fresher for longer.

Before you throw away your lemons, squeeze the juice and pour into the new GLAD Ice Cube Bags and place in the freezer. Use the lemon ice cubes to add a healthy zesty lemon taste to your water, whenever you want.

Liquidise your overripe tomatoes in a blender to create a tomato puree that can be used in pasta dishes or as a tomato spread on a pizza base
Wrapping celery in GLAD foil and placing it in to the fridge can help keep the celery fresher for longer.

Cut the meat off the chicken or turkey and store in GLAD Press’n Seal in the fridge and use the next day on a sandwich, in a delicious pasta or stir-fry.

Make delicious homemade salsas and dips with the leftovers that you don’t know what to do with but don’t want to throw away, such as, onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, chilli’s, herbs and peppers. Dice them and pop into the blender, add a dash of lemon juice, seasoning and even some fresh chilli. Use the dips with wraps, nacho’s, crisps or crunchy veggies.

If your leftover cookies and biscuits have gone soggy or limp, line your oven tray with foil, place them on top and put into the oven to crisp them up again. To conserve electricity, put them in the oven when it’s just been switched off after cooking and is cooling down.

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