I agree with B3 chop them in half with scissors and leave them where they fall. What a waste of energy to bag them up. Why??
Also leaf-cutter bee??
You can wash the things you want to eat raw in baby bottle sterilizer. Anything you boil will be safe. Wash your hands well and wear gloves.
Not recommended as far as I have observed.
Sellotape is really useful to bind a break up. So long as water and nutrients can pass up the stem it will survive.
If you really can't remember, take a ripe example to an Apple Day in October. They are held all over the country, and there will be an expert there.
A ring spanner is useful too.
You could be a good neighbour and dig a soakaway.
As an experiment I have lined the inside of a raised bed with damp-proof course plastic. Raised beds rot from the inside, where the soil is in contact with the wood.
If you leave the bowl in the kitchen, not refrigerated, they may develop further. We eat most of our gooseberries raw. Delicious.