Keep Your Fruits & Veggies From Spoiling With Fruit & Vegetable Savers

Have you ever gone to the fridge for a lemon, a tomato, or an onion, which has been partially used, only to find that it's covered in slime or mold, and that its destiny is the garbage can and not your favorite dish? If you have had this happen to you then you are not alone. Others are experiencing the same problems with their fruits and veggies.

Now spoiled fruits and veggies can be a thing of the past. All you need to do is get yourself some fruit and vegetable savers (sometimes referred to as fruit and vegetable keepers). They will keep your partially used fruits and veggies from spoiling. And they are easy to clean with soap and water.

I have a lemon saver and an onion saver at home and I really like them. They do serve their purpose well and are easy to clean. I wish I had discovered them sooner than I did. They are brilliant. Whoever came up with them is a genius.

Keep in mind that if you let the partially used fruits and vegetables sit in the saver for too long they will eventually spoil; but I'm sure you won't let that happen. The reason you buy fruits and vegetables is so you can indulge in them, not throw them in the garbage... So don't let your fruits and vegetables spoil. Use the savers, and remember that you have fruits and vegetables waiting in there to be consumed.

Fruit and Vegetable Savers

Here are some of the fruit and vegetable savers that are available out there. They are inexpensive and a good idea to have.

  • Lemon/Lime Saver
  • Tomato Saver
  • Onion Saver
  • Garlic Saver
  • Pepper Saver
  • Berry Saver
  • Fruit Saver
  • Cucumber Saver
  • Avocado Saver

© 2010 Lena Kovadlo

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lovebuglena 6 years ago from Staten Island, NY Author

You can never go wrong with these savers.


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Shawn Scarborough 6 years ago from The Lone Star State

These fruit and vegetable savers are really cool. I have wasted so much money on produce that has spoiled. These should save me a lot of money. Thanks for sharing this.


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rauffray 6 years ago from BC, Canada

Another very useful hub, Lena. Great idea. I hate wasting.

Regis


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lovebuglena 6 years ago from Staten Island, NY Author

BRIAN SLATER - Thanks for the feedback. Glad I've introduced you to something new.

Lena


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BRIAN SLATER 6 years ago from Nottingham Uk

I have never heard of these-so thanks I will look out for them.

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