How to preserve and keep kiwi fruit fresh
Sometimes I buy too much kiwi fruit and I can't finish it all at once. Considering the problem of keeping it and not letting it rot, this is very tricky. What should I do?
Here are several ways to keep kiwi fruit fresh for a long time
The kiwis that I often buy back are too hard to eat.
In fact, in order to ensure that the kiwifruit is not rotted during transportation, which will affect your normal eating and cause losses, the kiwifruit received will generally be hard and needs to be left for a few days to wait for ripening before eating.
At this time, the kiwi fruit is in a state of being very durable. Put the hard kiwi fruit directly into the fresh-keeping layer in the refrigerator and store it together with the vegetables. It can be stored 1-2 in the refrigerator at 1-5`C. Will not deteriorate for months.
Moreover, the ripening will not occur during this period. When you want to eat, take out the kiwi fruit a few days in advance and let it ripen at room temperature before eating.
However, it should be noted that after the kiwi fruit becomes soft, it is easy to spoil, and it can only be stored for a few days in the refrigerator.
Therefore, if you plan to store the kiwi fruit for a longer period of time, it must be stored in the refrigerator when it is not yet ripe and taken out when you need to eat it.
Of course, if you are a type of foodie like me, I believe you will never keep this kind of delicious food in the refrigerator for so long, so ~ if you can eat it while storing it, it would be great! Is there such a way?
We only need to put the hard kiwi in a sealed box at room temperature, so that it can be stored for about two weeks.
During this period of time, the kiwis will gradually soften one by one, and there are about two or three edibles every day, how about? Isn’t it awesome?
The last storage method is similar to the previous method, but there are still some differences.
This method is to put the kiwi fruit in a box or a material bag, and then put it in a cool place, but do not completely seal it (if it is completely sealed, the next time you open it, there will be a rotten wine smell).
It should be noted that do not place it in a well-ventilated place. This will cause the kiwi fruit to lose water. Once the water is lost, the hard kiwi will become harder, while the soft one will have no moisture.
After about two or three days, some of the kiwi fruit will become soft. You can eat it at that time. After picking out the soft fruit, remember to restore the incompletely sealed box.
If you find that the fruit has become too soft when you pick the soft fruit, you can open the lid of the box or bag or open the mouth of the bag.
If you find that the fruit hasn't softened after two or three, you can put an apple or banana in the kiwi and reseal the box or bag.
Remember to pick out the soft kiwis in time. Even if you don't eat them, don't put the soft and hard ones together for a long time, and don't put the damaged kiwis together.
Because these kiwifruits emit "ethylene", "ethylene" is a ripening element, which "ripens" other kiwifruits, which is not conducive to long-term storage.
Of course, if you want all the peaches to ripen faster.