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Art and Cook Fresh Herb Keeper

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  • Unprocessed herbs stay fresh longer when i?m around ? up to 2 weeks in the fridge
  • My clear reservoir simplifies identification of herb varieties
  • Those wizards at art and cook have made me easy to top up with water
  • My sturdy construction includes anti-bacterial glass
  • I slip neatly into most refrigerator door shelves
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 10 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B006J9FERK
  • Item model number: HK601
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,312 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Basil faulty? Angelica bitter? Rosemary tired all the time? It can happen to any herb that’s in the wrong place for the wrong time. Thanks to Art and Cook innovation, your beloved flavorings don’t need to rough it anymore. Put them up in the presidential suite of our unique Fresh Herb Keeper, and they’ll return the compliment by staying fit and cheerful and ready to please your taste buds for two weeks or more.

Customer Reviews

I had one last for about 10 days, but the second one started dying the very next day!
rawnoodle
I use my Art and Cook Fresh Herb Keeper weekly and it makes my basil last longer than any other methofdI've tried!
T. Castro
Easy to use, easy to maintain and they are saving me time and money on using fresh herbs for cooking.
Lori

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By sunseeker4126 on August 13, 2012
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I LOVE this herb keeper. It is glass with an easy to fill reservoir from the top of the lid that keeps herbs fresh for 2 weeks or more as advertised. I plan to purchase a Food Saver machine in the near future. I will be able to take the fresh tarragon I have stored in the herb keeper and place it in the Food Saver for long term storage in the freezer. I grow my own parsley. When the stems are long enough I cut them and place them in the herb keeper for use in salads and fresh dishes. Parsley has many health benefits so having a bunch on hand all the time is wonderful for salads and as garnish for dishes. I refill the reservoir every 3rd day or so depending on how thirsty the herbs are. The herbs don't get slimy and spoiled. The only drawback and the reason for 4 stars instead of 5 is the top decorative leaves on the cap. They hide the hole to fill the water. The leaves are not tight fitting. Should you unknowingly pick up the keeper with the leaves, the glass reservoir will crash to the counter or the floor. I have had plastic herb keepers that keep herb fresh for short periods but not as long as the glass keeper. The keeper is nice looking on the refrigerator shelf and very accessible. Although a bit pricey the glass keeper will last for years versus a plastic version that can pick up smells from storing herbs long term.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Daneman #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 28, 2013
This is a tall glass jar with an insert that consists of a plastic cup or basket, a stem and a lid, all in a unit. You place your herb bunch in the cup, drop it into the jar which you've partially filled with water. The lid shuts in the moisture, and there's a stem to pick up the cup/stem unit and pull it out when you want to cut off some herbs for cooking.

I tested it out with a bunch of local grown basil. It's holdling well after three days. The basil looks fresh and the stems crisp; before it went into this keeper, the basil was starting to get a few blackened leaves. That process has stopped; I cut off any rotted leaves and the rest of the bunch now is just fine for cooking. So this keeper does do its job. I suppose you could rig up something in a mason jar, but this is more convenient as you can pull out the stem and fetch some herbs easily out of the basket.

The container keeps the herbs hydrated not only at the cut stem end, but the leaves are kept humidified as well. The only problem is, though the picture shows you bunches of herbs, I was only able to put in either one bunch of basil or cilantro or parsley--my three constant kitchen companions. So this looks bigger than it is.

The size of the unit --since it's hard to tell from the photo, is rather like a large glass coffee press pot. So it takes up space on the top shelf of the fridge. But since it only really holds one large bunch of herbs, it's a bit of a space-hog.

Summary: nice looking, effective, not sure we wouldn't be better off with green bags or green plastic boxes. Or growing pots on the window. Not a perfect solution to keeping fragile herbs in the fridge, sad to say.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By rawnoodle on January 3, 2014
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This thing is just amazing! I bought it over a competing product. The competing product actually appeared in my "Recommended " suggestions. I have been stupid enough to order something that I thought was cool without shopping further, and gotten burned numerous times, later discovering a better product. So I have now learned to investigate a product further. The competing product had a lot of good reviews, but numerous people complained about the "waisted design", and I could see how that could cause a problem in getting your herbs in and out of the container. This one is straight waisted (and glass instead of plastic), and the herbs and basket just slide right in and out, but you don't need to completely remove the basket to remove the herbs you want to use (I only raise it as much as necessary to remove the herbs I want), only to empty the old water. Refilling is done simply, through the hole in the top. Many people complain about the lack of actual storage space in both units, saying that the size of the product does not justify the amount of herbs that it can hold. I don't know about the other unit, but this one is not overly large. After all the complaints about the size, I was imagining something much larger. No, it won't fit in the door of my fridge (small fridge), but it will fit on the top shelf with no problems. I think that the problem that most people have is that the overall size of the container does not justify the space that it takes in the fridge. This is due to the size of the basket that actually holds the herbs. You have to remember that the basket has to fit inside of the container! If the basket were large enough to hold what people want to, the actual container would be even larger than what they are already complaining about!Read more ›
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By taxmancometh on March 3, 2013
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The container works -- it keeps herbs fresh for longer and contained in one space. I only gave it three starts because the top does not fit very securely onto the glass cylinder and metal post that runs down the middle. Also, while the container takes up the amount of space as a carton of milk, it only holds one bunch of parsley (maybe my grocery store sells extra large bunches?) but I would expect for the volume the container takes up in the fridge it would have more storage space inside.
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