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    Am I putting this in the right place????


    Since I have been attempting to eat better, I have been buying a ton of produce. So, since some of it can go bad so quickly, I decided to invest in those bags that you put the produce in and it allegedly helps it stay fresher, longer.

    So far, I am having mixed results with these bags.

    Anyone else purchased these bags and if so, what was your experience??

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    I've wanted to try them. What were the pros vs. cons when you used them?
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    the Debbie Myers bags?if those are it, for me? they were a pain in the ass, really high maintenance. but, for Strawberries they worked really well... also worked for bananas. but i didnt buy that many veggies to make up for the money i would spend on the bags.
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    They have those bags on QVC, quite mixed reviews

    Debbie Meyer Green Bags Set of 50 for Food Preservation

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    ^^Yes, those are the bags.

    I have found that SOME things stay fresher and does not spoil as quickly (for example: carrots/strawberries/celery)

    But other produce items just seem to rot like they always had. I put whole leaf spinach in one of the bags it was gross as hell within 2 days. I was so disappointed.

    Dunno...guess I just need to eat my produce quicker...

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    http://kitchen-dining.hsn.com/debbie-meyer-greenboxes-19-piece-set-with-microwave-cooker_p-4678566_xp.aspx?webm_id=0&web_id=4678566&sf=qc&att r=3409&ocm=sekw&prev=hp!3409&ccm=qc|3409

    they had these on HSN. its the storage stuff made by the same person. the reviews are funny. i dont know how they work tho.
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