Fresh artichokes should last up to a week if stored in the refrigerator, unwashed and in a plastic bag. A little water sprinkled over them before sealing the bag helps them remain fresh.Continue Reading
Fresh artichokes are easily kept in the refrigerator, either in a plastic bag or in a shallow bowl of water. If the artichokes still have stems attached, one can simply stand them up in a shallow bowl of water and refrigerate. Either of these methods allow artichokes to remain good for a week.
If one wants to freeze artichokes, there is a bit more preparation that needs to be done. Since raw artichokes do not freeze well, they should be cooked first.
Some common tubers include potatoes, sweet potatoes, cassava, yams and Jerusalem artichokes. Though the names sweet potatoes and yams are used interchangeably, they are not the same thing.Full Answer >
Vegetables without sugar include collard greens, artichokes, bean sprouts, beets and cauliflower. Cucumbers, eggplants, leeks, mushrooms and radishes also contain no sugar. Salad greens, including lettuce, spinach, arugula, watercress and chicory, are also sugarless.Full Answer >
The fruits and vegetables that spoil the fastest are artichokes, asparagus, avocados, blackberries, broccoli, cherries, corn, mushrooms, mustard greens, okra, raspberries, strawberries and watercress. These foodstuffs typically last 1 to 2 days.Full Answer >
Vegetables with the highest fiber content when cooked are artichokes with 10.3 grams of fiber, peas with 8.8 grams of fiber, and broccoli with 5.1 grams of fiber. Cooked turnip greens provide 5.1 grams of fiber and Brussels sprouts 4.1 grams.Full Answer >