Here's something anyone who has bought vegetables from the grocery or palengke can relate to: the failure to use some of them in time, resulting to spoilage (and wasted pesos).
The fact of the matter is, not everyone knows how long you can store certain vegetables before they go bad. So, if you're one of the clueless ones, go ask your mother or grandma. Too shy to do so (hey, we ain't judging)? Fret not! We've come across a very simple yet ultra-useful infographic from Cooksmarts.com that details the shelf life of the most often-used vegetables in the kitchen.
Here, take a look:
Who would've thought that onions can last for two weeks and even beyond right? If you're one to stockpile chives, asparagus, and okras though, better make sure you cook 'em up (or serve fresh via salads) early to be sure.
This infographic goes perfectly well with this one on meats. Hey, it's better to be safe than sorry!
Besides, nobody likes amag and other nasties populating the kitchen, right?