green bags for veggies..now brown bags for bread:)

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Canada
February 16, 2009 1:21pm CST
I have been using green bags for veggies and my bread..now when I went to the store I saw brown bags for bread..logical reasoning so am going to go get a box. I really love my green bags and the salad stays soooooooo fresh..it is wonderful to be able to buy salad and it doesn't waste after 3 days. Anyone using brown bags?
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@loved1 (5338)
• United States
16 Feb 09
I have never even heard about these brown bags you are talking about. If it is able to keep a loaf of bread from going green I am going to be very excited. I buy regular wheat bread for my kids and daycare kids, and that tends to be used very quickly. I buy the more expensive low calorie bread for myself though and I cannot always eat it before it spoils. I have been wondering about those green bags for veggies too. Can you reuse the bags? Are they expensive? Do they work for items other than salads?
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• Canada
16 Feb 09
I paid 4.95 for 20 bags and reusable 20 times. Sure they good for all veggies and fruits..bananas is a dream..put them in the green bag and they stay fresh for days!!! don't get black! You know wheat isn't good for kids especially if refined..make sure it is stoned bread. I always gave the best for kids when I kept them so I knew at least at my place they were getting the best as many were too poor to buy good bread or food. so I made sure I had plenty of raw veggies and fruits for them. Made them all kinds of surprises. I couldn't but give the best for myself and so for the kids too. Parents saw that and I got real good tips and money gifts. lol
@loved1 (5338)
• United States
16 Feb 09
OH that is a very reasonable price. I will be picking up a package of these the next time I go to the store. Because I am a registered daycare and am on the national food program I follow the guidelines they suggest. The bread I give the children is WHOLE wheat or whole grain, not just any old cheap bread. Even so, it is not usually $3.00 for a loaf like the low calorie type.
@TnWoman (1896)
• United States
16 Feb 09
hello dancingredfeather no i cannot say that i have ever used the brown bags like that to store my bread in before. but i do have a bread box that i do use and i have it displayed on my kitchen cabinet. my bread box also has a top slot on it and the top part of it will raise up and down. the boys like to use the top part of the bread box to store their kool-aid in. lol i have found small toys as well in the top of the bread box where that the boys get into it after their kool-aid like hot wheels, balls and things like that. lol but i use the bottom part of the bread box to store all of my delicious different kinds of bread in and also my hot dog buns and my hamburger buns in. you ought to go purchase yourself a bread box and i bet that you would enjoy using one of them. take care and have a beautiful afternoon.
• Canada
16 Feb 09
My dear i had more bread boxes than you can imagine hahahha. I usually kept the bread in brown paper bags in the bread box. lol..see brown paper bags..lol now plastic brown bags..lol hehe kids will do the darnest things..found logos in my butter department in the fridge..go figger hahahah
@sunshine4 (8709)
• United States
16 Feb 09
We go threw bread so fast it would be worth it for me to put it in any special bags. I am glad to see that you like the green bags. I just bought them for my daughter in law because she said she wanted them.
• Canada
16 Feb 09
I wish I had thought of it..hummm the money I would have made lollllllll.. but I have found a way to stop birds from ramming into airplanes in flight. But I need to go see a plane to see if what am thinking would work and have a non-discloser claim signed as I invented the softener with the soap and naively told a person from a soap company who promised me the usual..of course it came out on the market and I couldn't do a thing about it. :(
@ljbinkop (744)
• United States
16 Feb 09
I have been using the green bags for a year or so now, and I did see the brown ones at the store where I buy them, but had not bothered to try them yet. I am sure that they would work, but I freeze my bread, so it stays forever. Before I make sandwiches, I just take a few slices of frozen bread out and they thaw very quickly (just a few minutes) and then my bread never goes bad. Good luck with the new bags, though, I'm sure they will work!
• Canada
16 Feb 09
I hate frozen bread lol..so for me the brown bags are going to be perfect for me..I love the green bags..I wish I had ordered them when they first came out online.