4 pack – Couples Pack
great for 1 or 2 fun loving adultsRated 5/5 based on 2 reviews.
What can you keep in your Greenleaf Bag:
- all your leafy greens – celery, kale, lettuce, collards, spinach, silver beet, chard, bok choy and
- herbs – coriander, mint, basil, rocket, chives, shallots, dill, fennel, parsley and
- vegetables – asparagus, carrots, beetroots, broccoli, cauliflower, beans, brussel sprouts, cabbage, radishes, rhubarb and
- vegetables that are really fruits - cucumber, tomatoes, capsicum, squash and zucchini, and more!
How to use: wet the bag, put your produce in it & then into the refrigerator. When you have eaten it all, wash the bag and repeat! Be proud of yourself for choosing a made-to-last, re-usable, sustainable product and take notice of how your leafy greens and vegetables stay healthy, flavoursome and aromatic in a Greenleaf Bag - naturally.
Which veggies go together in the bag? We mix and match produce in the bag according to weight. That is, we don’t put our baby spinach leaves with carrots! We put hard things together, like carrots and beetroots, and similar things together like cauliflower and broccoli, tall things together, like celery and kale and we keep our salad leaves together in a bag all on their own. We send you an email after purchase with more of our tips and tricks for getting the most out of your Greenleaf Bags including how to use it dry and how to use it for cut fruit and even how to use it out of the fridge.
Size: The Greenleaf bag is approximately 40 cm wide and 50 cm high - easily accomodating large bunches of greens. For smaller bunches of greens, such as herbs, simply place the herbs in the bottom of the bag & loosely roll it up; this gives a great result.
How to re-use: Machine wash in cold water, do not bleach, line dry. The Greenleaf Bag is made from 100% pure, natural Hemp, a very durable fibre, and to prevent fraying it has double stitched side seams. In short Greenleaf Bag is made-to-last, unusual today, we know!
Why it works: The uniquely woven 100% Hemp fabric maximises airflow for the produce while making sure there is adequate moisture available to buffer the dehydrating conditions of the refrigerator. It is easy to have airflow without moisture, think of a netting bag, and easy to have moisture without airflow, think of a synthetic bag, but a little trickier to have the balance just right.
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thanksBy: Judy Broadstock on 3 August 2016Am using one of the bags I recently purchased as a door prize for our upcomming environment expo. Love the bags. Thankyou.
Amazing!By: Carol Stammeijer on 19 April 2016Just wanted you to know that after putting some decidedly limp baby spinach and baby cos lettuces in a wet bag on Sunday, the leaves that I've just used for a salad could have been picked today!! The leaves were fresh and crisp ...I am truly amazed. Great product, so simple but it just works! Only disappointment was to see the bags were made in China. Would have been fantastic to see them made in Australia, but I guess it was price driven
Hi Carol, Thankyou so much for taking the time to write a review and I am so glad you have been delighted with our Greenleaf Bag. I can understand why you might think our decision to have our Greenleaf Bag made in China was price driven - China does have that reputation. There are two main reasons we have chosen China. The first is that we spent over a year seeking out the finest, cleanest hemp fabric, one that could be woven to our specifications and one that was grown, made into yarn and woven without the use of chemicals. We ended up in a rural province in China where they have been specialising in just that for over 2000 years. We are proud to be a part of their community because by using their product we know we are helping them to keep their traditional practices alive in their community and when we visit them we are humbled to see how proud they are of their work. The second reason is that China grows the most Hemp in the world which Australia and America import. I know that we could grow it here in Australia and the reason we don't takes a long time to explain, which I have done in a blog post here: http://www.greenleafbag.com/blog/plastic-hemp-clean-eating-other-things/why-hemp/ I hope this helps to clear up your thoughts about our Greenleaf Bag. Helen