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SAVES TIME AND MONEY

•   No more brown and wilted salads to throw away.

•   Make extra salad ahead of time to last a few days for many servings.

•   No more messy spinning or costly paper towels to throw away.

DURABLE AND REUSEABLE

•   Machine wash and dry with regular load of kitchen towels - NO FABRIC SOFTENER.

•   Keep Salad Sac handy with kitchen towels.

FOR BEST RESULTS

Launder New Salad Sac before using and use only for salads and vegetables.
• Wash and prepare lettuce and vegetables as usual for salad. Almost any vegetable can be used ( except chopped onions & mushrooms - add these when serving salad).
• Put wet lettuce and chopped vegetables directly into Salad Sac
(Do Not use lettuce spinner or paper towels).
• Gently pat and shake for a few seconds so that excess water starts absorbing into Salad Sac.
• Store in any convenient spot in fridge until serving time.
• Once served, any leftover salad (without dressing) can be returned to the damp Salad Sac
and kept in fridge for next day or even longer.

HANDY HINTS

Having company for dinner? Prepare your salad the day before or same morning using the Salad Sac. When you’re company arrives, the salad will be fresh and crisp and ready to serve without the hassle of messy preparation.

COTTAGERS - Prepare your salad before going to the cottage and carry in Salad Sac. You’ll have ready to eat salad all weekend.

DIETERS - Make extra salad ahead of time using the Salad Sac so the salad is ready to eat when you are hungry.

GREAT GIFT IDEA!

Every household should have two or three Salad Sacs, one for salads, one for storing veggies and an extra, ready to use if one is in the laundry.

Bonus THE SALAD SAC IS NOT JUST FOR SALAD

• Keeps most vegetables fresher longer in your fridge.
• Be sure to wash and trim your veggies, whole lettuce, fresh herbs and store in damp Salad Sac in fridge. Salad Sac absorbs excess water.
(Flavors will not transfer).

FOR MAXIMUM FRESHNESS KEEP SALAD SAC DAMP AND STORE IN FRIDGE.

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