This Kitchen Gadget Is Guaranteed To Save You Money
It's one of those products we can't believe we've been living without.
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How frustrating is it to put half an apple into the fridge only to find that it’s gone brown by the time you go to retrieve it? If you’re someone who cooks a lot, you know that many recipes don’t require you to use a whole fruit or vegetable, and storing these leftovers can prove to be difficult. Keeping your cucumbers wrapped in tinfoil or your lemons exposed to the air can make them go bad quickly, and it’s no fun to have to toss barely used produce and spend more money than you need to on new food.
Thankfully, there’s a genius way you can store all your leftovers and save yourself a bunch of money on food: Cue the food huggers!
This handy kitchen gadget is a cheap and easy way to store your produce and cut down on food waste. Food huggers are made with silicon and wrap around the outside of your food, creating an airtight seal to help keep your food fresh.All you have to do is stick your food into the silicone and put it right into the fridge. They come in different colors and different sizes, so you can use them on anything from little lemons to large tomatoes. The food huggers can also be used to reseal jars or cans.
Not only do food huggers help preserve your food, but they’re also an environmentally friendly alternative to plastic wrap. They’re reusable, so you won’t have to keep tossing that plastic, and you also won’t have to keep forking up the dough for plastic wrap rolls or even plastic tupperware. Plus, they’re BPA-free.
These food huggers are available from different sellers on Amazon, ranging from $9.95 for a set of four to $19.95 for a set of 8. It’s time to say goodbye to flimsy plastic wrap and say hello to hugging your food instead.
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