Non Produce Storage
BREAD: can be stored for 1-3 days on your counter in a tightly sealed plastic bag. Fresh bread has no preservatives, so it’s best eaten quickly, and even better when heated. To freeze, wrap bread tightly in plastic wrap before storing. Before you need to use a loaf, remove it from the freezer and set it on a countertop in its packaging. The bread will reabsorb any moisture on the inside of the bag or wrap. Let it sit until it reaches room temperature, then reheat at 350 for 10 minutes.
FRESH PIZZA DOUGH– place in refrigerator for 3-5 days. Bring to room temperature before rolling. If you freeze your dough, make sure to remove as much air from the bag as possible. Pairs well with Antonio Mozzarella and First Fields Marinara. Be sure to flour your surface when rolling dough and spray your pizza pan with nonstick spray.
PESTO: has a 10-day shelf life in your refrigerator. Ingredients include basil/arugula/spinach (depending on variety) pine nuts, lemon juice, parsley, walnuts, olive oil, parmesan cheese, garlic.
CHICKEN SAUSAGE: processed and frozen by the farm. Once they reach you, defrosted sausages can be placed in your refrigerator for 2-3 days before cooking. Flavors include Garlic Parsley White Wine, Apple, Spinach Feta and Broccoli Rabe. Pairs well with Blue Moon Acres Rice and Risotto.
RAMEN: store ramen in your fridge for up to 3-5 days before use. Product comes from Sun Noodle frozen, so it is recommended to keep refrigerated after transport.
FRESH PASTA: keep all fresh pasta in fridge and use by date on LoRe package
SAUERKRAUT, KIMCHI, DILLY BEANS, KOMBUCHA: must be refrigerated as they contain live ingredients
HUMMUS, HARISSA, TAHINI: keep refrigerated and use within a few days for best flavor
HONEY: keep at room temperature. If crystallization occurs, you can place the container in a water bath and slowly raise the temperature until the honey becomes liquid again.