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Keeping a Clean Kitchen in Clarksburg, Maryland

Storing your food in a clean refrigerator

Although you can’t freeze watermelon, looking for the perfectly ripe one to slice and store can help to keep your family from wasting food.

Every year, Americans waste billions of dollars of food. Whether it is due to poor planning in their estimation of what they will eat or because this food sat in the refrigerator for too long, we do not know. But if you are like most Americans, your refrigerator is probably filled with uneaten leftovers or fruits wasting away. Your Clarksburg, Maryland kitchen could probably use a thorough cleaning, right? Let’s take a look at some food tips as well as how we can help you clean up your kitchen!

Freezing Your Assets

When choosing foods at the grocery store, there are some guidelines you should be following in order to make sure you aren’t wasting your food. Many people use warehouse stores in order to get the best value on their money, but these stores can mean you are wasting money. Instead of tossing your money into the garbage bin, try freezing it instead! If fruit is properly stored, it can last up to a year in your Clarksburg freeze. These fruits can be put into smoothies, thawed and eaten, or placed over ice cream. Frozen vegetables can be added into soup, stews, or thawed for a side dish. Veggies like leafy greens should be blanched before meeting the freezer so they retain their nutrients and color. You can also freeze herbs, rice, baked goods including pancakes and cookies, and even dairy products can be frozen.

Storing Your Items

Before tossing stuff into your fridge, make sure you aren’t using store containers. Put your produce into airtight containers and your meat into freezer bags to keep them fresh and ready for the week ahead. Store your food at 40 degrees Fahrenheit or lower to ensure freshness. Remember that foods have different expiration dates. Milk can last a week while eggs can last up to five weeks. Sliced deli meat can last up to five days and leftover cooked meat will last up to four days. Fruits can be stored in the fridge after ripening to last longer. Sometimes going off your food’s label is wasteful. Make sure you check your foods to ensure they are still good before eating and toss them if they aren’t good anymore.

Appliance Cleaning

If you notice a weird smell coming from your refrigerator, there is probably something inside of it that needs to be disposed of. But even if you find it, the smell can linger. To make sure your refrigerator is clean and disinfected, you will have to spend the weekend emptying and cleaning it. Or you can call Ivete’s Cleaning Services for our Kitchen Appliance Cleaning Service! Our experienced cleaning crew will come to your home and make sure your kitchen is clean and safe to eat and cook in again. Our kitchen appliance cleaning services includes removing the contents of your refrigerator, deep cleaning all flat surfaces, walls, grooves between drawers, and shelves. Our staff can also clean your oven by scrubbing and degreasing the oven door, racks, side rack holders, side walls and panels, heating elements, control knobs, drip pans, and other surfaces where food might have built up. These services are guaranteed to meet your standards and will make your kitchen feel fresh enough to keep food in again!

Residential Cleaning Services in Rockville, Maryland!

Ivete’s Cleaning Service has been consistently providing the comforts that go along with a clean home and office for 27 years. Our goal is absolute satisfaction, and we strive to provide excellent service to each and every one of our customers. Our cleaning plans are customized to your needs. We also offer One Time Cleaning and Move In/Move Out Cleaning for your convenience during the busy autumn months. Be sure to check out our Refer a Friend Program as well as our Residential Cleaning Specials for more great offers on our services! To schedule your cleaning consultation, or ask questions about our services, please call 301-518-7172 or request a free estimate online.

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