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post #31 of 33
Hi. I found this forum by doing a search on how others felt about these bags.
Well my mom bought a bunch of these, and gave us some to try.

I thought these would be great for bananas, because they never seem to last, and we end up throwing some away....(You can make just so much banana bread......)

Anyway, I bought a bunch of bananas to try out the bags. The bananas have been in there for about 3-4 days, and look the same as when we bought them.
I thought, "this is great!"

Well, I just opened the bag and tried one. It smelled bad, and tasted worse! Like some chemical smell. I'm quite disappointed. I'll try to let them "air out" a bit before eating, but I'm not sure if that would work.

Just thought i'd post and share my experience....perhaps I can save someone else some money.

Respectfully, Frank D.
post #32 of 33

Yes, These green bags are very good I tried the Forever Bags. The bananas looked perfect, after 5 days, so I took them out to see. They were all mush!! The peaches are still good, but the tomatoes are ruined.

post #33 of 33

The Green Bags were tested in the latest issue of Cook's Illustrated and the verdict was...

 

They're worthless.

 

That was pretty much the verdict they awarded to the ShamWow, by the way.

 

Mike 

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