The other day when I went to make Ants on a Hill and pulled my celery out of the fridge, I noticed it was not crisp, it was limp and wilted from stem to leaf. I didn’t fret because….
I have a wonderful trick to bring it back from the edge of celery death. Did you know celery was so melodramatic?
How to Make Your Celery Crisp
Use a knife to trim the ends about 1/4″-1/2″ and place the stalks in a jar with cold water. Within a few hours or less your celery will be good as new! Mine are still in their ‘vase’ in the fridge door and are super crisp.
P.S. This tip also works for leafy greens. Just place them in a large bowl with cold water and ice. Call it a rejuvenating bath. Those wilted greens will be a thing of the past.
Do you have any Frankenstein tips for bringing your produce back from the dead?