All those delicious berries are so good for you but they seem to wilt before your eyes. No problem; rinse them in a solution of vinegar and water (1 cup vinegar to 3 cups water). This helps prevent mold and bacteria. After washing be sure to rinse them under cool water thus eliminating the vinegar taste. Dry them thoroughly and place them in a container lined with paper towels – do not seal the lid but leave it partially open. Your berries will stay fresher longer.
M Living features five people who give back to our community, year-round in different ways. Their philanthropic efforts inspire us to think of those in need throughout the year, not just during the holidays.
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Connections That Count Toledo Vietnam veterans reach out to help fellow soldiers By Jeff McGinnis A native of East Toledo, Bob Stewart served for six months in Southeast Asia before being shot by the enemy in the Cambodian jungle, resulting in a number of injuries, including wounds to his chest, back, arm and thigh. After