You know it’s there, lurking, just waiting to pounce on long-forgotten veggies. Yes, it’s slime. Watery, smelly, slime from veggies hanging out one too many days in the deepest, darkest corner of the refrigerator.
To the rescue, Vejibag – a simple, terry-cloth-like, organic cotton bag made at home by women in Maine. Just wash the veggies and stuff it in a damp Vejibag to keep for a week or so.
The first couple of times I tried it, the bag froze. But I had it on the shelf as there was no room in the produce drawer. I really wanted the bag to work so I tried again, rearranging all the veggies in the drawers so there was room for the bag. That worked! The kale is good! The veggies are saved!
It took me awhile but I couldn’t be happier now that the Vejibag is comfortably incorporated into my veggie storage routine. It’s so much better than my old plastic container method. For more information on storing various vegetables, check out the handy infographic at Vejibag.com.
Disclosure: I received the product free of charge from the company to review. The opinions and experience with the product expressed herein are my own. There was no pay to say.
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