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Quite a few years ago I first heard about Debbie Meyer® GreenBags®. I thought they sounded like a great idea if they worked, so I bought some. It turns out that they worked great and kept my produce fresh longer than conventional product bags. When I was asked to review some more Debbie Meyer products, I couldn’t wait to try them out. In addition to more Debbie Meyer® GreenBags®, I was sent some Debbie Meyer oven bags, Debbie Meyer grilling bags, Debbie Meyer slow cooker liners, and a set of Debbie Meyer GreenBoxes™ for review.
I had no idea that Debbie Meyer made more products than green bags so I was excited to try them out. Especially the Debbie Meyer GreenBoxes™ since we do a lot of cooking. Leftovers are a constant in this house and, of course, we want to keep them fresh long enough to eat them. I put them to the test with leftover salad since that always seems to wilt in no time.
Debbie Meyer® GreenBags® and Debbie Meyer GreenBoxes™
I am not sure if the photo even does it justice. After putting half of the salad in a green box and the other half in a standard plastic storage container, my husband and I both noticed a difference in freshness after three days. Since this photo, we have used the green boxes for most of our leftovers and we do think they stay fresher a few days longer.
Oven and slow cooker liners
I was also really excited to try the oven and Debbie Meyer slow cooker liners. Let’s be honest, who loves cleaning roasting pans and slow cookers? Not me! With the slow cooker bags, you can make messy soups and chilis without having to clean the slow cooker afterward. I will never use my slow cooker without bags ever again.
The oven bags make it easier to hold in juices to keep meat from drying out. We made a pork roast in the Debbie Meyer oven bags and it came it tender and juicy. Served with a side of stuffing and applesauce, it was perfection! Also, clean up was a snap without having to scrub the roasting pan. That makes me happiest of all.
Debbie Meyer Grilling bags
I think my husband’s favorite product is the Debbie Meyer grilling bags. Like the oven bags, they hold in juices and keep his grill cleaner. He hates cleaning the grill! For this meal, we covered some ribs in Penzeys BBQ 3000 and put them right on the grill in the bag. They came out delicious and best of all, no grill marks. This is good news since Dub thinks grill marks are burn marks and won’t eat anything with them. Sigh. Five-year-olds.