We’ve all had this moment. You decide to make a stir fry with the fresh greens you bought a few days ago. You open your veggie draw, and to your horror, the veggies have blackened and began going bad. It can put a damper on your dinner plans, but you can save your veggies and extend their freshness for days if you invest in one good solution: Wean Green glass containers.
The best Option for Stacking & Storing Leftovers
All you need to do is snap, seal, and save. It really is that simple. You don’t need to do anything fancy.
The benefits of these glass containers varies: they’re eco, fun, and come in different shapes and sizes. They’re complimentary for taking on the go and sealing in taste and freshness, or storing in your fridge to use in that stir-fry you plan to make on Friday.
Although some of these containers appear to be on the small side, fear not! There are larger ones available that fit sandwiches and any other dish you bring to work for lunch. But for the smaller containers, there’s so much you can do (including portion control!). They’re perfect for making sauces, dips, and spreads, storing salad dressings, trail mix or dry snacks, or yummy desserts like pudding and yogurt.
A little background on Wean Grean (because it’s important to know where your products come from): they’re a company whose philosophy is well rooted around creating small enough containers that Moms could use to store baby food and kids snacks. Of course, you don’t have to be a mom to use these containers. The only prerequisites are getting sick of your produce going bad early and needing a good quality storage solution. Whether it’s a homemade puree of vegetables or for other dried snacks, you can bet that Wean Green can be used for it.
They’re so cute – how can you not want one? Lucky for you, I’m giving away a Wean Green kit to the lucky winner of this week’s contest. To enter, all you have to do is:
1) Tell me why you’d like a Wean Green container
2) What’d you store in it
Simply comment below. At the end of the week, I’ll choose the best answer to be rewarded with the kit. Good luck Torontonians!
Note: (Winner must be able to pick it up in Toronto)