Food Storage: 20 Crops That Keep and How to Store Them

Garden writer Barbara Pleasant provides detailed instructions for food storage, including curing and storing onions, potatoes, leeks, cabbage, apples, squash and other produce that will last all winter.



Storage Crops In Bedroom
Winter squash keep well in a cool bedroom.
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Spare Dresser Crop Storage
A spare dresser in a cool room can provide convenient storage space.
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Corn Beans Garlic Crop Storage
Corn, beans and garlic are super easy to store.
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Cabbage Leeks Brussels Sprouts Crop Storage
Uproot leeks, cabbage and Brussels sprouts and place in damp sand.
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Fruit Fridge Crop Storage
Apples and pears store best in a second refrigerator.
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