- Store cherries in the fridge.
- Don’t wash until ready to eat—any added moisture encourages mold. If you must wash them before storing, try using a mixture of one part white vinegar and ten parts water to help keep them from deteriorating as quickly.
- Pitted and washed cherries can be stored in the freezer by laying them in a single layer on a cookie sheet, freezing them, and then transferring to an airtight container.
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