Keeping vegetables fresh
I might be the last Airstreamer to learn this lesson, but I am passing it along for the next newbie.
As a full timer, I was struggling to keep vegetables fresh when on the road. I would shop at good quality markets, select the freshest zucchini, green beans, carrots, celery, mushrooms and more, seal them up in their bags, place then in the refrigerator and blah, stale and wilted after three days.
A friend turned me on to plastic bins - Tupperware-like sealed bins of various sizes. Once she gets her veggies home, they come out of the bag and into the plastic bins and in the refrigerator. So I got a few in various sizes from Walmart, and wow, what a difference. Now, my veggies go for a week or more and stay fresh. Mine have a light blue cover and a center vent, and are microwaveable. So for steamed broccoli for example, a little water, 3 minutes in the microwave and there ya go. YMMV.
2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500
2019 Airstream Flying Cloud 26RBQ
In Tucson, Arizona, will hold in place till the pandemic is more under control, then PNW/Canada