Tuesday, April 30, 2013

VejiBag Giveaway!!!!

How do you keep your veggies crisp and fresh? I have often employed a paper towel system that seems downright wasteful.  I was recently contacted by the makers of vejibag and they asked if I would test their product in conjunction with a giveaway. The company makes bags specifically with the purpose of keeping veggies fresh. It just so happened that I had, on that very day, tossed out some swampy veggies.

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Why not I thought I shall give it a try. So the bag was shipped and I opened up the 100% organic cotton bag and I reviewed the instructions. I will admit I was a teensy bit skeptical when I read that you are supposed to wet and wring the bag....seemed counter-intuitive. I gave it a try and it totally works! I love it!

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They aren't paying me to say this, but I was really happy with the product. It does what it claims and I really love that it is a reusable alternative to other methods I have employed. I can see these being in heavy rotation during the upcoming farmer's market season.

Vejibag

Now! You too can win your very own vejibag! What?! AMAZING! Just hop on over to their site and check it out. Leave me a comment and tell me what you like about the vejibag and I will announce the winner in a week! Click here to check out the site.

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11 comments:

Jerilyn said...

I love that it keeps produce lasting longer! That's probably one of my biggest faults... I buy way too much produce at once and then have to compost what goes bad. This would be great!

tpcat said...

I love that it will keep veggies fresh, I am forever throwing away produce that get nasty.

Vada said...

Three words. U.S. organic cotton!

Kate said...

I like the size and that they're organic. Score times two!

Marie Roxanne said...

I will need tons of bags! A bunch of Kale greens alone, will probably take up 2 bags.
But since I haven't tried it I can't compare with the method I use, which is... nothing, I just put the veggies in the fridge as is.

Stacy said...

Yeah, I have that problem too. Right now, I have some very wimpy looking broccoli in my fridge. Looks like these are a good solution!!

Sarah Purdy said...

What a cool idea! And I'm sure they work way better than those green bag things that they sell "as seen on TV."

Stellar said...

I love how environmentally friendly they are and how they have a much smaller carbon footprint than all of the disposable plastic bags that you'd normally have to keep vegetables in. As a vegetarian this would be extremely useful to me :)

Melissa Dion said...

I love that it will keep my veggies fresh longer!

Melissa Dion said...

I love that it will keep my veggies fresh longer!

Manda said...

I love the idea !

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