One of the products she let me try is the FridgeSmart container. This little chart on the side tells you what setting to slide the bar to on the lid – which allows the bowl to vent the right amount.
The one I’m holding is the “small” and retails for $18.
Here’s the slide bar you adjust based on what you’re putting in the FridgeSmart container system. It’s easy to move and feels pretty sturdy – so it seems like it would hold up well.
Last week – I was working on this Halloween Pizza and had to use a lot of peppers for the decorations – so I went through about 6 peppers through all my practice runs at pizza. This left me a pile of leftover pepper slices – so I thought it was the perfect time to try out the FridgeSmart.
I just opened it up and 4 days later – the peppers are as crisp as they were when I put them in! I’m looking forward to using this in the coming weeks to see if it really makes a difference.
I’m running an experiment right now – I cut a pepper in half and put half in the container and half in a zipper sandwich bag. We’ll see how it goes!
These FridgeSmart containers are on sale with Alicia through November 8. You can reach her at www.my2tupperware.com/almiller.
|Photo courtesy of Tupperware|
I was looking through their catalog and found some cute stuff – there’s a Hello Kitty Lunch Set and this Breakfast Maker – Alicia gave me one of these to try as well – I can wait to try this one out!
So if you’ve been wondering about Tupperware – reach out to Alicia – she was really nice and friendly!
Disclosure: Alicia provided me the two pieces of Tupperware but the opinions are all mine.
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