Lakeland Vegetable Preserving Bag
Preserve those kitchen staples that all too often get ahead of themselves. A blackout layer restricts light from passing through, and the breathable poly-cotton material ensures air circulation and reduces moisture so food stays fresher, longer. Drawstring tops give easy access, and the veg, potato and onion bags have zipped sides to ensure that first-come is first-served.
Cat Ref: SKU 15837
28 x 38cm (11" x 15").
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Customer Reviews - Lakeland Vegetable Preserving Bag
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Cabbage doesn't fit!” by Patricia
Love all three bags but the veggie bag could do with being a touch bigger. Leeks are too tall and my cabbages too big! Picture is misleading, that's a tiny cabbage!
A note from the team: Thanks for placing your review. We've passed on your suggestion for a larger bag to the buyer and your comment on the photo.However, we do give the dimensions of the bag next to the photo, which we hope gives customers enough information on the bag size.
Odd Effect On Broccoli” by Claire
I've used the onion, potato and mushroom bags for a while and am happy with them so bought the vegetable bag too. Following Lakeland's advice I keep the filled bag in the cupboard. With leeks/cauliflower I'm not sure they're doing any better in there than in the veg drawer of the fridge, but they don't do any worse and that frees up some space in the fridge. However broccoli very quickly turns completely yellow on the tips, so all the florets are discoloured within a couple of days, though it remains crisp. Still testing out other vegetables, but so far I am not quite convinced.
A note from the team: Thanks for placing your review. Broccoli keeps best when in a plastic bag in the fridge, so putting it in a plastic bag inside the vegetable bag may help.
Perfect” by Lindsey
Brought 3 of these bags potatoes, vegetable and onion and find them all really useful. I don't like keeping vegetables in fridge and these tidy up vegetable cupboard perfectly.