Many of us have gone to the grocery store, filled up our cart with fruits and vegetables expecting to come home with some delicious and fresh products, but when we opened that watermelon, took a bite of that apple, or squeezed that lemon, it was all spoiled, and the meal was ruined. Those who passed through this experience can tell you frustrating it can be.
To help you taste the best that nature can provide, Bright Side decided to gather these 15 tips to pay really close attention to when shopping for groceries.
1. Don’t throw your wrinkled tomato in the garbage.
When you see a tomato full of wrinkles, you might think that is because it has gone bad, and you should throw it in the garbage. Actually, the wrinkles are just a sign that the tomato is losing water, and it is perfectly safe to eat, even if it’s not as pretty as a fresh one.