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Cuisipro Herb Keeper

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  • Keep herbs like rosemary, thyme, oregano and dill fresh longer
  • Also great for keeping vegetables like asparagus and celery fresh and crisp
  • Slots in removable tray hold and hydrate herb stems while keeping leaves above the water
  • Sized for storing large quantities of herbs; designed to fit in most refrigerator door shelves
  • Measures 4-3/4 inches in diameter and 9-1/2 inches tall
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Why Choose the Cuisipro Herb Keepers?

Competitors

Storing herbs seems simple but unless you properly store your herbs they will only last a few days. Herbs are sold in bundles and for most recipes a bundle is too much. What happens to the leftovers? If they are not used right away most of what was bought is thrown out.

Cuisipro Herb Keeper's unique suspended tray system makes it easy to store and access herbs. Other herb keepers tend to be overcomplicated to use or drip water all over the place when gathering herbs.

The Cuisipro Herb Keeper comes in 2 convenient sizes so you can choose the one right for you; large one that handles multiple bunches of herbs and compact size for a single herb bundle.

How to Use Cuisipro's Herb Keeper:

  • Lift knob to remove tray and fill Herb Keeper with water up to fill line
  • Place tray in container and rest on interior supports
  • Place herbs in tray and immerse base, keeping leaves above water
  • Store herbs in fridge and change water regularly
  • When needed, suspend tray on supports to pick herbs
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Features

Large Container:

The size of the herb keeper is large enough to accommodate bulk herbs. Simply place herbs in tray and drop herb stems in water. Your leftover herbs will last for weeks. Two simple parts make this quick and easy.

Some competitor's containers are too small and have several parts. If the container is not a good size then you are still wasting the herbs if you are unable to store all in the container. One keeper on the market has several parts, it requires placing herbs in a tray, putting two halves of the container together and yet another step of placing the container in a holder. As simple task that has suddenly become complicated.

Suspended/Removable Tray:

The tray suspends at midpoint of unit to load or take out herbs. The tray holds herb bunches together for easy access with no need to take the tray out of the container. The tray has holes so the water hydrates the herbs. Suspend the tray and holes are there for drainage making the Cuisipro herb keeper mess free.

No other herb keeper has a suspended tray that makes it easy to access herbs. The removable feature is also unique to refill with water or simply refresh water. There is no need to unscrew from the bottom to refill as other herb keepers do. This is difficult when your hands are wet and you need to juggle the herbs to keep them in the container. Other units require you to take container out of water then open to access herbs, dripping water as you collect more herbs.

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Perfect Amount of Herbs:

Both can be used for all types of herbs and also asparagus. The large size herb keeper is 9.5 inch/24 cm with 4.75 inch/12 cm diameter and large enough to hold large amount or multiple packs of grocery store or farmers market sized bunches of herbs. The Compact Herb Keeper is 8.75 inch/22 cm with 3.75 inch/9.5 cm per side and perfect size for a single grocery store pack of herbs. Compact Herb Keeper holds half as much as the Larger Herb Keeper.

Quick and Easy:

With two simple parts you simply place herbs in tray and drop herb stems in water. Your leftover herbs will last for weeks.

Some competitor's containers are too small and have several parts. If the container is not a good size then you are still wasting the herbs if you are unable to store all in the container. One keeper on the market has several parts, it requires placing herbs in a tray, putting two halves of the container together and yet another step of placing the container in a holder. As simple task that has suddenly become complicated.

Design:

Unique suspended tray system makes it easy to store and access herbs, fits in most refrigerator doors.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 9.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001RRN4E4
  • Item model number: 747134
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (204 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,406 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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211 of 212 people found the following review helpful By Eco Mama's Guide To Living Green on September 7, 2009
At long last I've found a way to sustain my Cilantro habit. Every single time I go to the store, I buy at least one bunch of organic cilantro as I put it in everything. But more often than not, part of it turns black before I get to it and wrecks the whole bunch. At $1.50 per bunch, it adds up. Growing it myself did not work at all, so I've been on the look-out for a solution. And guess what? I found it. Cuisipro's Herb Keeper really works and I've yet to throw away yucky black cilantro, or any other herb, since I've started using it.

I was skeptical about this at first, mainly because it's plastic and I have a thing against plastic, plus I suspected it contained BPA since it's a hard clear plastic. However, a rep at Cuisipro assured me that it is SAN plastic and does not contain BPA. I do wish it were glass, but that is my only complaint.

I've tried all sorts of ways to prolong the life of fresh herbs, and this is the most effective I've found yet. It's clean and easy to manage. You just wash your herbs really well, pull out any browning or black stems or leaves, and place the stems in the container on the stick. You fill the bottom a with about two inches of water (I change mine at least every other day) and lower the stick down into the water. And voila! Just snip off what you need, when you need it.
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88 of 91 people found the following review helpful By B-Bopp on February 20, 2010
I decided to take a chance on this item as part of my effort to reduce my food waste. Many food items can simply be bought in smaller quantities. But herbs generally come bundled. If I make a dish using cilantro, the remainder of the bunch goes bad before I can use it again. This container kept a bunch of cilantro going strong for almost four weeks! Yes, you do need to change the water-- every few days suffices and it's effortless to do. ( I've noticed a few negative reviews making reference to basil, and some confusion about refrigeration. Basil should *not* be refrigerated.)

Aside from impressively prolonging the freshness of herbs, this container has the added advantage of making your herb supply entirely visible. Countless times, I stuffed a plastic bag of herbs in my vegetable crisper, only to get lost among other bags. So I forget they are there, and then I buy a new bunch of the herb, when I already had the item. Oh yeah-- and plastic bags. I don't put my herbs in plastic bags at the grocery store anymore. I just buy them au natural and put them in my container when I get home.

In a effort to be as "green" as possible, I'm not a fan of buying gimmicky items. But this has become a very useful tool for me.
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58 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Ron Cook on December 5, 2009
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If you use fresh herbs this keeper is invaluable. We have 2 of them in the frig all the time. Simple to use, easy to clean, and they keep your herbs fresh for a week or more. I recently bought 2 more to give as gifts.
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37 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Liz in WA on August 13, 2010
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This herb-keeper is fairly easy to handwash, but I like to stick just about everything in the dishwasher from time to time to get it *really* clean. This comes with a handwashing-recommended note. The markings on the #7 plastic container show a glass and a fork. I guess that means it's food-safe. But, was that marking put on before it came out that bisphenol-A is dangerous? IOW, is that why I shouldn't put it in the dishwasher? My chemist husband says after several washings it will be fine, even if heated and even if it does have bisphenol-A.

That's the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars.

OTOH, the plastic is thin (compared to a drinking glass) but so far it seems sturdy enough.

It works great. I've always put my asparagus/celery/herbs in tall drinking glasses with an inch of water, or wrapped the base with a damp paper towel, and put a Zip-Loc bag over the top. But, this is better. The top part of the herbs doesn't get squashed when someone jams the milk into the fridge. It's lighter than glass. It keeps the stems off the bottom so water can be absorbed freely, and with its wide base it doesn't tip easily. It fits nicely on the refrigerator door.

I'm happy with it.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By R. Kaur on August 17, 2010
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I like the herb keeper. It keep my cilantro green for several days, but every time I open it all herbs slide out of the like basket. So every time I open it I have to re-arrange cilantro (basically tug it back into the basket)
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By D. A. Giampa on March 4, 2010
I used it to store asparagus and it was fantastic! The stored asparagus was actually better than the stuff we ate the day we bought it. This keeper not only kept it from spoiling, but perked it up and made it even crunchier! It may take up room in your fridge, but it's worth it. Highly recommend!
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35 of 41 people found the following review helpful By neongranny on June 30, 2013
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Trying to stuff a small bunch of parsley into this was a task worthy of Houdini. I went back to my old tried-and-true method. Cut the band holding the herbs, hold them by the stems under cold running water to clean, shake them well, and insert the bunch, leafy side-down into a gallon-size zip loc plastic bag. Fold one sheet of paper towel into quarters and insert it on one side of the bag between the bunch and the bag. Zip closed and place in the fridge, towel-side-down on a shelf. This keeps perfectly for more than a week and you can easily just pull out the number of stems you want. I love testing out new kitchen gadgets. Some work and some don't...this was a disaster!
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