Food is getting expensive…These tips will make your groceries LAST LONGER!

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  1. What great information thank you that is most appreciated and helpful. I certainly will be trying out a few of your very useful tips . Absolutely love this vid ❤️❤️❤️

  2. Recipe request: sandwiches! I'm stuck in a rut of peanut butter and jelly, chickpea salad, or tofurkey lol. So, I'd love some easy sandwich ideas. Especially ones that store well to take lunch at work. Thanks!

  3. I'm so late to this is not necessarily storing but if you notice your lettuce wilting just place bowl with ice and water leave it in there for 15 minutes and drain
    You will have crispy fresh lettuce all over again

  4. Hey Candice! I've been a long time subscriber and love your content. I don't know why I haven't thought to ask before, but my mom always made this cheesy chicken broccoli casserole (I'm from the midwest U.S.) served over rice and I've tried to veganize it before but have never really gotten it just right. I don't know if its the type of dairy free milk that I'm using or cheese or chick'n pieces or what. I was wondering if you could help me!?

  5. As someone that has been in the restaurant industry for atleast 15 years I've never had an issue with weevils in my flour. Neither at work or at home. Weevils are unfortunately part of the milling process. Typically when buying flour their eggs are in with it. The best way you can ensure you don't have any is to freeze the flour then sift prior putting into airtight containers.

  6. This was a really good post, I love your method and will be incorporating some of your methods starting tomorrow.

    I've been creating an herbed oil by taking my favorite herbs and mixing them with between 1/4 to 1/2 cup of evoo. It wips up to just at or over 16ozs. which I store in a glass jar and use as a sauce base for numerous dishes. To keep this herbed oil fresh, I smooth out the remaining portion in the jar and cover the remainder with evoo to block air and it's lasted me for a month. But generally this combo is gone way before that time.

  7. Talk to me about storing tomatoes!!! I went on vacation once where a few couples shared a house…. one of the women kept insisting on putting MY TOMATOES in the fridge. I had to have a come to Jesus moment with her.

  8. Also, cut off a tiny bit from the stems of herbs before you put them in the "vase", just like you would with flowers. With a fresh cut they can absorb the water much better than when the cut has dried.

  9. MONTHS HUNNY… Garlic will last MONTHS if you vacuum seal them !! I doo this all the time… the bags will blow up like balloons tho but the garlic are trapped by thier own gas and I have NEVER lost a single bag evvvver!!) I buy 5 lb bags of peeled garlic and store them in 1 cup portions in the fridge.. extra fridge in the garage but yes girl…. trust !! It works… you think they are going to explode but this has never happened to me .. I pop it w a push pin or knife and it has never popped like you would exspect from a real ballon.Ballon.. 😆 it's always disappointing hahaha 🥰👍👍

  10. Thanks for sharing these great tips for making your food last longer Candice. Yes groceries are getting more expensive so we have to make sure we don't waste any. Love 🥰 the video and love 💞 Candice.

  11. Buy less food. Eat leftovers. Meal plan. Actually buying less has probably been the biggest way we’ve saved money and waste less. All three combined definitely help. Good tips!

  12. Plant a moringa tree on your backyard. It has edible leaves, edible flowers, edible seeds, edible young pods and its easy to propagate. the leaves alone has the protein of 12 glasses of milk.

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