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Is that this tip a game-changer or what?! Who knew you would flip “unhappy” trying straw…
Is that this tip a game-changer or what?! Who knew you would flip “unhappy” trying strawberries with imperfections again into agency, shiny, and scrumptious strawberries?? 🍓
Simply take your bruised trying mushy strawberries, place it in a bowl of ice and water for 20 minutes, and it ought to come out firmer and a brighter crimson! ❄️
Bear in mind this may not work for strawberries which have truly gone unhealthy.
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Damn wish I saw this yesterday 🤦♀️
Thats true! I do that all the time, works perfectly! ❤️
I absolutely did not know that 😮
Learned a new tidbit😍
Wow I gonna do this. Thank for the info 😮
I thought it was wine 😂😂
Super helpful, thanks
Thanks for the fruit tip ❤️❤️❤️
@sunmeetkohli.19 seekh lo taaki khrrab na no 😂
Thank you for this tip 😮❤️
Put them in the freezer for smoothies 😋
Does this really work?
Just eat it normally?
Srry but I’ve tried it and it’s fake. It didn’t work at all. The strawberry was the same after 20 m in the water.
I just eat the mushy
Me, eats them just as they are
But please cut out the mold…
At 6 days old, no one will ever see this, but bruised and damaged produce is exponentially more likely to harbor dangerous pathogens
That makes a BS sound if you stay quiet
I’ve seen that before, I should try it next time