Heloise Hints

Heloise Hints


Extending the Life of Cottage Cheese and Sour Cream

posted by jgordon1

heloise hints, sour cream tips, * Make sure the lids are on tight, which prevents air from getting inside.
* Turn them upside down to store in the refrigerator. Put in a bowl just is case the lid does not seal tightly.



  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Joyce

    We do this all the time and it works. Thanks for sharing again

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