Has anyone used these, and how well do they do for storage.
Due to recent surgery, I'm homebound for the most part, and I do all the shopping.
I can't drive yet but can get out every so often. I just got a couple of each and hope to be able to do some light shopping this weekend, hoping to get some of both veggies to have on hand.
Are you referring to those "extended life" bags? (aka Green Bag, Evert-Fresh, etc.) Worthless IMHO.
I used to use with good success, a small version of a laundry bag that had a heavy duty open net construction. They would hold something like 1/3rd of a load of laundry, but never had but 10 pounds of taters in them. Onions, I kept in a retired strainer. I learned never to let Onions or Taters be stored close to each other, otherwise the "gassing" of the two causes either sprouting or spoilage. Just a store run should not bother them, just get them apart at home ASAP.
While I was recovering, I put off the fresh veggie purchases, as I never knew when I would get the energy to cook them, let alone eat them. I found acceptable some refrigerated diced taters that I could make some quick mash comfort food in a pinch. They had something like a 30 day fridge life.