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Debbie Meyers Green Bags

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Don't know if this is the correct board for this but I'm sure they'll move it if not. Has anyone seen the ads for these veggie keeping bags on TV? they sound almost too good to be true, but the science makes sense. I love stocking up on produce at the H-Mart, but it's quite a trip and since it's just me, I lose stuff before I can eat it. Anyone tried the bags, or have any other suggestions?

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  1. Yes I've seen the ads but have not tried them. Most of that TV stuff ends up on the shelves in Walmart and Target anyway, and sometimes it's at a lower price than was offered on TV.

    1. I bought some of these bags on qvc.com. I can't remember what I paid, but it was fairly reasonable. I do think the bags work. My produce lasts longer when I use them.

      1. I've been tempted by these just because of bananas...our kitchen gets so warm most of the year it's almost impossible to keep bananas around.....

        1. Never heard about those bags till now !

          For my veggies, I usually end up putting them in a paper bad and then in a plastic bag.
          It seems to help absorb the water on the paper bag and does last slightly longer.