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    Tupperware is the only thing I've found that will lengthen the life of my fruit n vegies



    http://www.tupperware.com.au/wps/wcm...mart+small+set

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    Another fan of the Fridge Smarts here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NancyBlackett View Post
    The fridge smart are definitely great if you remember to use them and use them correctly. I'm useless at it so tend to only buy stuff I know I will use relatively immediately.
    Yeah I must admit I've been known to be too lazy to open the fridgesmarts and just put the veggies on top of them... FYI they don't work very well that way, lol

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    I use Fresh & Crisp gel bags. They are great and fruit and veg definitely last MUCH longer in them! You can buy them at Woolworths for around $3.50 for a pack of 10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelle65 View Post
    Yeah I must admit I've been known to be too lazy to open the fridgesmarts and just put the veggies on top of them... FYI they don't work very well that way, lol
    Yeah I know. Dodgy Tupperware that doesn't work by osmosis.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shelle65 View Post
    Yeah I must admit I've been known to be too lazy to open the fridgesmarts and just put the veggies on top of them... FYI they don't work very well that way, lol


    Sometimes I buy mixed frozen veg from Aldi but find them a bit mushy. Fresh is the best


 

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