|I kept spinach fresh in my Vejibag for nearly two weeks,|
|Made in the USA. Cute, rustic label, too|
|Boy choy, Day 1|
|Day 12 and still fresh and lovely|
I recommend Vejibag. It lives up to its promises if you follow the direction. And as someone who has suffered the heartbreak of tossing produce gone bad, I can honestly say that this bag will pay for itself. You can order Vejibags online here.
|It also worked wonders on curly kale. This one only kept a week but that's because I was hungry for the kale and couldn't wait any longer.|
Vejibag Giveaway Contest!
Feeling lucky? The nice folks at Vejibag have offered to send one lucky reader a free Vejibag. Just leave a comment and tell us the last type of produce in your 'fridge that went bad. Be sure to include an email or blog where I can contact you [Hear that, "Anonymouses?"] I'll announce the winner next week. Good luck. And keep it fresh
|Please don't squeeze the produce.|
Until then, I leave you with this produce truck I spotted while driving home from my run one morning. I'll bet they contract with local restaurants here in Philly. *groan* [Sorry, my guilty pleasures include oaky chardonnay and really bad puns.]