Thanks Michel. It is made of beetroot leaves and oak leaves with gherkins that have soused, and carrots. The leaves have been stored in a container designed to keep vegetables fresh, for over one evening. The concern is the leaves are dark green, and looks wet. Do you think they're okay to eat?
well.. it depends on the kind of Salad .. i'll give you a good tip .. if your planning from the beginning to store it dont put any kind of dressing on it .. specially salt; the teast changes and the salad's leaves become extra soft. hope I helped =)
Depends on the 'salad', some like romaine last real well- others like iceberg are more fragile.
All do better if the core is removed, the leaves washed, spun dried (in a salad spinner) and kept in an air tight container.
My mother never suggests to put salad in the fridge because it will taste different from when it is newly made. Maybe if you put it in a good sealed container it will stay for 6 hours or so....
It depends if they are out without any wrappings, which they could last for a few scant days. If it's wrapped, a week or two.
You are welcome, I believe we have different kind of salad though...lol
It is a darker green than normal, is it okay to eat?
couple of days at the most
Thank Sri Setiyowati!