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Rubbermaid 7J93 Produce Saver Square Food Storage Containers Set of 8
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- 8-piece set includes: one 14-cup, one 5-cup, and two 2-cup food-storage containers, with four lids
- Tray and vent system helps extend the life of produce
- Super-clear base allows for better visibility of inside contents
- Safe to use in refrigerator, freezer, microwave, and dishwasher
- Measures approximately 5 by 5 by 3 inches
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So far I've had the same blueberries in one of these containers for THREE WEEKS. I purchased and washed them on July 19th, the day before a dinner party, put them in a Produce Saver bowl and put them in the refrigerator. Some were eaten at the party, many weren't. Today is August 10th and I guess I'm going to have to break down and make muffins with them or something because they're as fresh and plump today as they were 3 weeks ago.
Grapes stay so fresh in the large container (I buy 2 big bags at a time now) that after a week even their stems are still green. The grapes themselves are crisp and cold.
My strawberries lasted for a week the last time before they were finally all eaten. Not sure how long they would hold up as they are pretty popular. I just wash them, drain them, de-stem them and pull out all of the already questionable berries, put them in a medium container (holds about 2 lbs of berries without stems), stuff them in the fridge and walk away. We are just able to reach in and snack on fresh berries whenever we want.
And a big one -- tomatoes. Already sliced or diced tomatoes are nas-tay after they've been refrigerated overnight. I have stored diced tomatoes in the small bowl for a week and a half and they were just as tasty as the day I diced them. Not at all soggy and grainy.
Currently I have one of these sets and an extra medium bowl. It's on my shopping list to get another set ;-) They've already saved me a fortune in fresh produce and I've only had them for about a month! My next experiment will be with bananas.... If my large bowl is ever empty long enough.
You've got to work with the boxes, and your fridge. If you've got a relatively damp fridge (more common with the side-by-side models, since there is often condensation on the freezer-side wall), make sure the produce is absolutely dry before storing it, or there will eventually be mold. If you have a relatively dry fridge, you might want to add a bit of water to the bottom of the box. What you're storing also matters - leafy greens have lots of surface area to lose water, carrots have a lot less, lemons have almost none (and an oily skin that prevents moisture loss - I actually refrigerate citrus without the lid, just with the grid to prevent mold). If I'm storing really delicate herbs like cilantro or dill, I'll put a damp paper towel over them in the box, or, if I'm feeling Martha Stuart-ish, stick the freshly cut stems through the grid into some water below.
For storing the boxes, not only can you snap the grids to the lids (cha cha cha), both to the inside and the outside, you can also nest a small-medium-large box set with the lids on if you turn over the medium box, and snap the medium grid to the outside of the medium lid, and the small and large grids to the insides of their respective lids.
Someone did some serious engineering work on these. I wish Rubbermaid would come out with a deeper set, since keeping a whole head of lettuce is a lost cause, and maybe also a long version for bakery bread loaves (I already use the big box for round bread). Otherwise, they rock.Read more ›
Somehow a medium size container of snap peas accidentally got pushed to the back of refrigerator and left for a very long time. They were washed upon placing them in there but not cut or prepped just washed. After no less than 3 weeks I discovered they had been shoved behind some stuff that doesn't get used all that often and pulled them out in disgust. Before throwing them in the compost out back I opened the container and to my surprise the snap peas were as fresh as the day they went in.They were crisp and bright green, not a brown spot on the whole bunch.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We bought this for our salads, and it keeps it fresher longer. I normally leave the salad in the fridge and it spoils within 3 days this container will prolong the freshness an... Read morePublished 4 days ago by ZeroBS
These really do seem to help add another week to my greens. I haven't tried other items yet.Published 8 days ago by Sharon
These containers do seem to help keep produce longer. We primarily use them in our home for spinach and kale, both of which seem to wilt and spoil quickly. Read morePublished 9 days ago by AndersonsAreAwesome
Works amazingly well. Peppers, Broccoli, and Cucumbers all last for weeks when stored in these containers. Very impressed.Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is the first review I've done, but am so happy I was compelled to write. I live alone and end up throwing away a lot of produce - these containers have been fantastic! Read morePublished 15 days ago by Heather A.
I use this for frozen fruit fresh, fruit salads, and green salad. It's perfect for large amounts and keeps ingredients from getting soggy. Read morePublished 17 days ago by RK Clark