Are Hanging baskets good for storing onions & garlic?
I've seen the metal baskets that hang from the ceiling which provide additional storage space for limited environments like mine. Are these recommended for storing onions and garlic?
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To be honest Ken, I have never been asked this question. I just googled your question and I found this article that you may find helpful. You may also want to read the comments and/or other suggestions in the thread. I will say that it does seem as though the baskets would work for onions, garlic and potatoes. These need to be stored in a dry place with good air ventilation. Cheers!
Hi, I am so thrilled with actually learning cooking, I have questions about it all. I'm doing so much more than cooking, which is very frustrating for the beginner results I am getting with pan sauces so far, but I will press forward with great expectations for success. On the subject of food storage, I think it is good if I learn about this from the experts. In a home environment, with a single person, it is easy to see food spoil because it is simply not used up fast enough. I bought a bag of onions, because I want to practice my dicing and mincing knife skills, but I will not use them all at once because I want to cook with them too.
The big thing beside cooking I have been doing is cleaning and re-organizing my kitchen. Soon I will examine and upgrade all of my cooking tools that do not conform to a basic good usefulness - but that will come later.