Dreamfarm's Savel is the perfect tool to keep on hand, protecting your leftover bits of lime and avocado from going bad in the refrigerator and saving them for later. It's awesome!
The Dreamfarm Savel is more than your average "keeper" container meant to store that half an onion or bit of pepper. It's a flexible tool, used to keep your cut produce fresh for up to a week in the refrigerator without the usual drying and oxidizing of the cut sides.
The flexible and bendable design make Savel adapt to fit the situation, turning into a wedge shape to protect the surface of a lime with one wedge missing from making cocktails. Those last bits of lime and lemon often get tossed after they turn dry and hard in the refrigerator. It's a great choice for storing an avocado half, too. Rather than throwing a half or quarter of avocado, Savel will hold tight to the surface that would otherwise turn brown. It will help reduce food waste.
Savel doesn't possess the one-size-fits-one mentality that you see in those red-pepper-shaped containers meant to only store red peppers of a certain size. Instead, the large surface area accommodates onions, avocadoes, lemons and limes, oranges, apples, even tomatoes. A few Savels in the drawer will easily get utilized when making recipes calling for specific amounts of diced onion or when feeding small kids who may only eat that half an apple.
The Savel's silicone straps stretch easily to hold any type of cut produce in place without bruising, but with enough force to keep them against the colorful surface of the Savel. It keeps your produce secure without compromising delicate fruits and vegetables.
The retail price of $7.95 makes Savel a small but worthwhile investment for reducing food waste and helping your produce stay fresh longer. It is definitely a piece to keep on hand.
- BPA Free
- Dishwasher safe
- Easy to use
- Easy to clean
- Use with many varieties of cut produce
- Multiple colors
- Not large enough for most grapefruit
- Unable to stack multiples
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