Hug Your Food And Keep It Fresh

Summer time is one of my favorite times of the year.  I LOVE the fresh fruits and veggies.  I wish I had a garden so I could eat fresh more frequently.  Too bad there are so many things that I wouldn’t be able to grow in Utah…oranges, pineapples, lemons, coconuts.  One thing that I recently learned I COULD grow and I wouldn’t need a garden to do it is avocados!!  Avocados grow on trees that can be a household plant in Utah!  YAHOO!  I love avocados!!Food Huggers has the same love for avocados as I do.  They know how great they taste.  They understand all the different ways you can use avocados.  They understand way you wouldn’t want to waste a single bite of them.Audrey recently introduced you to Food Huggers.  Read her review HEREFood Huggers slip on your food, creating a tight seal by wrapping around your leftovers.  Use them on fruits, vegetables, cans or jars.  They are easy to use, easy to wash, and easy to store.

Food Huggers also carries Avocado Huggers.  These silicone molds fit over half an avocado and help keep that precious gem fresh longer.  They have a pit pocket that can be pushed in or left out to accommodate whichever side of the avocado you keep.  Avocado Huggers come in a large and small size to ensure that every size of avocado can be covered.I put this little lovely to the test.  I cut the avocado in half and put an Avocado Hugger on it.  Two days later I came back to it and it looked super fresh!  There was only a teeny tiny bit of browning and zero mushing.  I was able to cut it up and put it on my salad for dinner!  It looked and tasted as if I had just cut a fresh avocado in half.  There is no way this avocado would have looked like this if I just put it in a ziplock baggy or wrapped it in plastic wrap.   Wahoo!  Now my fruit of the God’s can be kept safe in the tight squeeze of an Avocado Hugger.A two pack of the Avocado Huggers are just $9.99.  A little investment will keep your food lasting longer…saving you money in the end.  Totally worth it!

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