Sunday, December 29, 2013

The Cuisipro Herb Keeper

Are you a kitchen gadget lover like me? I am always finding neat gadgets that make my life easier. I decided to share some of them with you.

How often do you buy fresh herbs or even pick them from your garden and... have them wilt quickly before you use them? With this little gadget that has only two simple parts you can store herbs that will last for weeks.

The Cuisipro Herb Keeper Keeps herbs like rosemary, thyme, oregano, dill and so many other herbs fresh longer than just storing in the fridge. And it's great for keeping vegetables like asparagus and celery fresh and crisp. Slots in the removable tray hold and hydrate herb stems while keeping leaves above the water. Sized for storing large quantities of herbs; designed to fit in most refrigerator door shelves. Measures 4-3/4 inches in diameter and 9-1/2 inches tall.

Simply place herbs in tray and drop herb stems in water. Your leftover herbs will last for weeks. Two simple parts make this quick and easy. The tray suspends at midpoint of unit to load or take out herbs. The tray holds herb bunches together for easy access with no need to take the tray out of the container. The tray has holes so the water hydrates the herbs. Suspend the tray and holes are there for drainage making the Cuisipro herb keeper mess free.

No other herb keeper has a suspended tray that makes it easy to access herbs. The removable feature is also unique to refill with water or simply refresh water. There is no need to unscrew from the bottom to refill as other herb keepers do. This is difficult when your hands are wet and you need to juggle the herbs to keep them in the container. Other units require you to take container out of water then open to access herbs, dripping water as you collect more herbs.   

Watch the video to see how it works!

This price is only $20.99 while supplies last. And remember whenever you purchase anything from Welcome Home proceeds go to support NO KILL which is a group that is working hard to save the lives of dogs and cats in this country who are killed unnecessarily while waiting for a home.

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