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Posted: 04/16/2012 12:12:57 PM
I purchased a 5 pounds large bag of spring mix from the Restaurant Depot, and wouldn't be able to eat all before it spoils. Can I cook some and freeze? If yes please tell me how.
Posted: 04/16/2012 9:54:44 PM
I am sure there are recipes that call for cooking spring mix but I don't know of any way of cooking it to preserve it. Any recipes I found that cook the spring mix intend for the dish to be eaten right away. To keep the spring mix fresh for as long as possible, first rinse it in cold water and then drain it thoroughly. Dry the mix as much as possible using a salad spinner or place it is a large plastic bag and add some paper towels. Shake the mix around in the bag with the paper towels so the towels will soak up as much moisture as possible. Store spring mix in a container or plastic sealable bag lined on the top and bottom with paper towels. The paper towels will absorb any excess moisture. Store it in the crisper drawer of the refrigerator. That is the best advice I can give you other than maybe you should share some of the spring mix with friends or family. Good luck.
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