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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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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.
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However, the white top of my herb keeper will not stay attached to the metal rod that keeps the basket that holds the herbs suspended up above the bottom of the glass. The basket just rests on the bottom of the glass, even without anything heavy in the basket. For reference, I've attached pictures and a video to this review. This is NOT what the product pictures show, and it makes the keeper more annoying to use.
I've contacted Art and Cook's customer support to address the issue, but they have been completely unhelpful.
I like that the keeper is made of glass, not plastic. That makes it more sanitary in the long run, among other things. The fact that it's lightweight glass is good because if it were heavy, it would be prone to being dropped. (I wish the manufacturer put some kind of handle on it.) Believe me, this is much better than a plastic bag, or a glass in the fridge. It does have a sizeable footprint, but if you like having fresh herbs on hand and don't have a garden it's worth the space it takes up.
It does take up a lot more space in the fridge than I thought, so you may want to go with the small size if you won't be storing too many herbs. I guess I just didn't realize how small the space in my fridge was when I read the dimensions of this.
Also, the refill funnel in the top is a great idea but doesn't work quite as well as one would think. The plastic top is so smooth and flat that a lot of water ends up running down the sides of the jar if you don't pour super slowly and right down the hole in the middle. However, it rarely runs out of water since it is all enclosed so you really only need to use it twice a month or so when you change the water completely.
Really impressed with the length of lifespan of my herbs using this though so I highly recommend it.