Summer is a wonderful time for fresh produce. Unfortunately the warm and humid weather also makes produce spoil quickly. Since we live out in the country, I do my grocery shopping once a week. I need to make my fresh produce last the week or we go without!
I recently tried the Good Cook Produce Keepers and I am in love! I have always wondered if produce keepers actually extend the life. After putting the Good Cook Produce Keepers to the test, I can tell you they do!
I cut up a watermelon to make the Watermelon, Avocado & Feta Salad I posted this morning. For the leftover watermelon, I placed some in a Good Cook Melon Keeper and some in a regular bowl. I let the melon sit for 24 hours.
The result was the melon in the other bowl was watery. The melon in the Good Cook melon bowl looked fresher and held it’s shape better.
Of course the Good Cook Melon Keeper was meant for a half of a cantaloupe. But it works perfectly for cutup melon of any type!
I also tried the Good Cook Tomato Keeper. I found that the tomato stored in a baggie was watery and had lost it’s shape. The tomato in the keeper held up great for several days!
Store unused peppers, melons, tomatoes, bananas, and asparagus in these colorful produce keepers. Keep them crisp and fresh longer in these specialized, transparent lid containers prevents contents from spoiling or smelling. The containers are BPA free and have color coded clear lids so you can see through!
Available Good Cook Produce Keepers
Right now you can save 25% off these produce Keepers as well as your entire order at www.goodcook.com with promo code: KEEPERS. Plus recieve a FREE Banana Keeper when you buy any other Keeper online at GoodCook.com. Expires 6/30/13.
FOUR How to Have it All readers will win a Good Cook Produce Keeper set worth $42!
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Enter by leaving a comment on this post. If you are reading this via email or RSS Feed, you will need to click over to the post HERE. There are THREE entries per person. You must leave a separate comment for each entry. The winner will be drawn at random on June 25, 2013.
- 1st Entry: What produce keeper do you look forward to trying most?
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Disclosure: I am a Good Cook Kitchen Expert and received the Keepers for review. All opinions expressed are mine.
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