Could we preserve a strawberry forever?

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For millennia, humans have been finding ways to preserve food.

Can we use what we’ve learned to make a strawberry last forever?

Did you know that honey has been used as a food preservative for thousands of years?

Tons of ancient civilizations got on the honey bandwagon to preserve food, including strawberries.

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