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Festive food storage tips

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Mince pies in container

Storing food in air tight containers can keep it fresher

Storing your festive food right can help make it last longer.

Lobster

Lobster

  • Lobsters should be kept in the fridge and eaten as soon as possible after purchase.
Prawns

Prawns

  • Store prawns in a ceramic or glass container in the fridge away from other foods.
  • Leave the shell on for as long as possible.
Ham

Ham

  • Wrap ham in a clean cloth that has been rinsed in a solution of two cups water and two tablespoons white vinegar. Replace wrap every three days.
  • Slice leftover ham off the bone, wrap it in cling wrap, then foil and store in the fridge.
Turkey

Turkey

  • Store in the coldest part of the fridge.
  • Leftover meat and stuffing is best stored in small containers and eaten within three days.
Cherries

Cherries

  • Store in an airtight container in the fridge.
  • Wash before you eat, not before you store.
Custard and dairy

Custard and dairy

  • Keep in fridge until serving and return leftovers to fridge within two hours.
Christmas pudding

Christmas pudding

  • Christmas pudding can be refrigerated for up to three months or stored in the freezer for up to six months or more.
Fruit mince pies

Fruit mince pies

  • Fruit mince pies can be stored in a sealed container at room temperature and are also suitable for freezing.
 
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