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Friday, June 16, 2017

VeggieZip with Hydroliners from BluApple

Having fresh greens in the  fridge is always a good sight  for me.  I miss having  them in my backyard but my garden in this new home is not fully develop yet so buying them from the store  is what we can do.  I do however don't like  the fact that they wilt very easily so I have to buy it when we really  want to  consume it right away.   That's one reason why I am so grateful that Bluapple  contacted me again to review one of their new products, the Veggie Zip.  Bluapple developed some products  that prolongs the produce freshness.
I love this new one because I have tried this technique before with paper towel and it helps  but not for a long period of time.  With Bluapple's VeggieZips, they  are specially designed produce bags that allow us  to create the perfect humidity for all the different types of produce that we have in the fridge. So depending on what we will be using it for, you can adjust  the humidity which is outlined below.
These VeggieZips are vented with the patent-pending U-Vent technology.  It allows fresh air in and helps the ethylene gas to escape through small flaps that cover the bag. Each bag comes with HydroLiners.  You can use the soft, cloth-like hydroliners wet, dry, or not at all depending on the needs of the produce. 
Here are some tips from Bluapple using their  VeggieZip:

  1. When storing produce that needs additional moisture to stay fresh, like lettuce, cilantro, or green onions, dampen the HydroLiner, gently wrap it around the produce, place in the VeggieZips bag, store in the refrigerator, and re-dampen the HydroLiner as necessary. 
  2. If you are storing produce that needs excess moisture absorbed, like mushrooms, berries, and cauliflower, wrap the produce in a dry HydroLiner, place in a VeggieZips bag, and store in the refrigerator. 
  3. There are some types of produce that do not need moisture added or absorbed, like peppers, eggplant, and nectarines. With these, just place the produce inside the VeggieZips bag without a HydroLiner and store in your refrigerator. 

We all know  that produce can be  expensive sometimes so these VeggieZips will not only prolong the life of the produce but it will save us money as well.   There are 22 VeggieZips and 22 hydroliners in a pack.  You can buy it here  for $9.99.  I have looked at our local store if they have this yet but I didn't see it.  
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Disclaimer:  The product described above was  given  to me for FREE in exchange of my honest  review.  There is no monetary compensation  receive  in facilitating this  review.

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Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle said...

Yes! Thank you so much for sharing this! I love fresh veggies and greens, but they never last. WOOT!

Candysfarmhousepantry said...

I always clean all my fruit and produce after getting it home from the store or picking from the garden. These bags would be great to use and store everything.

Amy @ Marvelous Mommy said...

I didn't know they made anything like this! I could totally use this to keep my veggies fresh longer!

Heather said...

Gosh that's great! I don't like when my veggies wilt either. This is a great fid.

Claudia Krusch said...

I need to get some Veggie Zip bags. I hate how fast veggies spoil in the fridge. With these I can get my moneys worth out of my fruit and vegetables.

Jeni said...

What a cool twist on a traditional Ziploc bag. These look like they would come in handy for a variety of different purposes. I can't wait to try them out!

Fashion Beyond Forty said...

YES! This! I hate being a part of food waste but have to admit I am often tossing out veggies too soon. I am absolutely trying this out! Thank you for the great info!

Marysa said...

I hate wasting food, it's nice to hear there is a product out there to help food keep a little longer. We go through so many veggies and I get frustrated not being able to save them longer.

Ricci Ellis said...

I need to invest in some of these veggie bags, I hate when my veggies go bad before I can use them. Thanks for the heads up!!

OurFamilyWorld said...

It's such a waste to throw away wilted veggies. I love that this has a hydro liner to keep the veggies fresh.

Karlyn Cruz said...

Oh Wow! This is what I need, I always wonder why my veggies didn't last! Veggie Zipper is the answer. Glad I found this.

Kiwi said...

I hate when veggies start to welt in the fridge. Glad these veggiezips prolog the produce longer.

Jocelyn @ Hip Mama's Place said...

I could totally use this at home! It's a lovely product and a great way to keep veggies fresh especially since I always stock up during the summer for salads and sandwiches.

Natalie Loves Beauty said...

These sounds great to prolong the shelf/fridge life of your produce. Will have to look out for these.

Couponing in Central Florida! said...

I SO need this. We try to buy in bulk b/c we save $$ but then we throw out 1/4 of it. This is perfect

HilLesha O'Nan said...

I'll have to check this out! I'm always looking for ways to extend the longevity of my fresh vegetables and herbs.

Gabriel Bregg said...

One of the things I love about living in the country is all the farmers markets, this will help me maximize them!

Angela Ricardo said...

I have been trying to find ways to save our veggies and make them last longer. I will surely check this asap.

Jasmine Eclipse said...

Veggies go bad so quick! I think I'll need to get this or something like it if they don't have it in my country, because I hate wasting so much produce!

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