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Evert-Fresh Green Bags Small - Preserve your fruits and vegetables

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  • ASIN: B000ICKT4W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #833,284 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By MazzanoBlue on September 6, 2007
I have been using these for several years. As soon as I get home from the grocery door I unwrap all the produce and put them in the green bags. Experience has shown that I do NOT wash the produce prior to putting them in the bag. I wash the produce when I am preparing the meal. The water/moisture interferes to a degree from my experience. I just twist the ends and put them in the fridge. No clips or twist ties. You don't want to accidently poke a hole in the bag. They keep the produce just like the pics show on TV. I also use then instead of lids on bowls, etc if I put fruit/beans in a bowl. You can use a bag about 8 times. I rinse them out and let it dry. After the bag gets really limp it is time to toss it. Yes, they are a bit pricey. The money that I save from throwing out old fruit is worth it. I don't like to go to the store that often and this helps out.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By S. Webb on January 28, 2008
I can't express how impressed I am with these bags. I was skeptical about them, but with the economy tanking, I thought it would be a good idea to incorporate some money saving devices into my kitchen.

The bags are amazing. Here are some of the results so far. Romaine from before Christmas is still crisp, fresh, and green on Jan. 28 with no sign of wilt. Without the bags it would have been mush. I was able to eat ALL of a bunch of green grapes without one being mushy or shriveled. Fresh whole mushrooms lasted 8 days until they were gone. Asparagus, yellow squash, and green onions look and taste great after two weeks in the crisper drawer tucked in Evert bags. Even mung bean sprouts lasted an unprecedented five days. Cut Bell peppers last a week; uncut two weeks or more. And I am actually going to be able to use an entire bunch of celery without throwing any of it out. Homemade bread lasts twice as long in the bags.

In other works, these bags pay for themselves in no time.

There's are tricks to using them. Your produce must be bone dry before you add it to the bags. Use a different bag for each type of produce. And be sure that you put a paper towel in each bag to absorb any moisture given off by the food before you seal the bag. Press as much air out of the bag as possible before sealing. For cut vegetables, like Bell peppers, lay a paper towel over the cut surface, then bag.

Don't expect cut foods to last as long as whole, uncut veggies.

You'll need to save your twist ties, since the bags don't come with them, or you can secure with a loose knot (the bags are long enough for that), or use a clothes pin to close.

The bags are reuseable.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By K. Adams on May 24, 2008
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This bag is a great invention, but you need to read the instructions and test some produces like I did.
Firstly, DO NOT wash the produce, or do not insert wet or humid produce in the bags: dry them out with a papertowel before storing them on those bags. Then, from time to time check the produce in the bags and if they have "prespired" dry again with a papertowel.
Do NOT tie the bags , I just let them somewhat open while in the fridge.
I have had success with most but carrots, onions and garlic did not work with those bags.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By James J. Janousek on April 11, 2008
I agree 100% withe the other 5-star reviews. I'm buying my 3rd set today.

Unlike the other two reviewers, I DO NOT close the bags. I am also using an " Extra Life" disc [sold on Amazon] as well. Together, they allow me just to bag & put them in the refrigerator drawer without any special care.

I do find the fresher the produce, the longer they last. So, I shop the grocery store where their produce is fresher.

I've given these as family gifts. Thankful feedback is the norm.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Y. Azarova on December 12, 2008
I found that using these bags did not really help fruits and vegetables stay fresh longer. Oh and I followed all the instructions that came with it. In addition, it actually made some rot faster! My friend bought these and had the same bad experience. I bought "ExtraLife Produce Preserver Disks " and it works much better and hassle free! you just leave it in the bin and change it once every 3 months!
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