OXO Good Grips Herb Keeper Giveaway

Herb Keeper
We have teamed up with OXO to giveaway One Herb Keeper worth £18!

I first came across this Herbs storage container a few month’s ago at my sister-in-laws place in US and since then this Herb keeper has always interested me.

Herbs like Mint, Coriander, Sage, Thyme need proper airflow, controlled humidity, and hydration to truly thrive and these Herb Keepers does just the thing!

Some of the Gorgeous Herb-y recipes on my blog to check out 

Smashed Potatoes with Rosemary & Feta Cheese
How to make Coriander Chutney in 5 Minutes?
Halloumi Asparagus Puff Pastry with Rosemary Aioli

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Herb Keeper

Some fab Features about this Herb Keeper

To prevent wilting, OXO Greensaver Herb Keeper hold herbs gently in its unique basket.
They fit quite neatly on the refrigerator door shelves.
A unique baskets suspends the herbs in shallow water to keep them fresher
Lid keeps the humidity just perfect and adding the water to the bottom of the container keeps them well hydrated.

To be in with a chance of winning this OXO HerbKeeper, all you have to do is enter via the rafflecopter form below. This giveaway is open within the UK only and runs until Sunday, August 19th,2018.

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Comments (50)

  • At the moment I store my sage in the utility room – hanging to dry it out and I cut the rest of my herbs as and when required x

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  • i’m not very good at keeping them, usually the ones i buy go in the fridge/freezer and some in pots outside

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  • Various ways – some in the fridge – some i dry some i grow and use straight away
    Fresh is always best

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  • Usually in the fridge or windowsill

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  • I keep the growing herbs in the kitchen but ready cut ones in the fridge.

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  • We grow fresh herbs in our garden so they go into my cooking straight after being plucked from the plant pot!

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  • In the cupboard where it’s cool and they don’t attract flies etc!

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  • To be honest I try not to store herbs at the moment; I either keep them growing or try and use any fresh bought ones within the same day, really interested as to how well this works

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  • I’ve always had fresh herbs in the garden but since moving to a flat recently I’m struggling to keep herbs fresh for even a short time so this would be the ideal answer for me

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  • Usually in the fridge but not that easy to keep

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  • The wife sicks them fresh and some times puts them in a clean potato cloth bag

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  • I store herbs in the cupboard as it is cool and has plenty of space

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  • Some in fridge some on the windowsill

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  • would be a gift for my Mum, who uses herbs regularly

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  • Tend to mostly use dried ones.

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  • Chop them up and put them in a freezer tray, freeze and use as necessary

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  • In the fridge -wrapped in some kitchen roll – but try to use them straightaway x

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  • I have a little turntable with bottles of dried herbs on.

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  • I store my herbs in the cupboard or the fridge.

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  • i have loads of herbs so try to cut fresh but if not i cut and wrap in kitchen paper in fridge

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  • Mostly growing in the garden, we just pick them as we need them. If we need to buy them we store them in the fridge with the bottoms of the stems in a jar of water

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  • I grow most of mine fresh in the kitchen so I can cut and use as I need to, but I also currently keep some frozen just in case

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  • I grow herbs on the kitchen window sill and pick them as and when needed. If I have to store herbs I wrap the stems in wet kitchen roll and store them in the fridge

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  • I have them in little pots on my kitchen window sill

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  • I usually keep them in my salad draw and then use them as quickly as possible because they don’t last that long.

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  • we have them on the windowsil

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  • Usually in the fridge

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  • On the windowsill or the fridge

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  • I usually store in the fridge or have ready to cut ones on the windowsill

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  • I usually pick them straight from the garden.

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  • I put them in the fridge, but they never last that long.

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  • we grow ours in the garden so we just cut them when we need them

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  • I only use a few herbs regularly so I either grow them in pots and pick them as I need them or I freeze them. This little herb keeper looks great and would enable me to be a bit more adventurous with my cooking.

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  • I have them in little pots

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  • I keep them in little pots but I don’t use them very often.

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  • It depends. I have sage and rosemary bushes in the garden, so just cut them when I need them. During the summer I try to have parsley, basil and oregano in pots that I can cut when needed. But for herbs such as coriander, where we need a lot for Indian cooking, it’s not practical to try to grow ourselves, so usually I put them in a vase of water in the kitchen to try to prolong their life. This herb keeper that can be kept in the fridge looks really handy as then not only are the herbs watered, but also they are kept cool.

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  • Some of the herbs are kept in the garden and some in the utility room.

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  • I’ve got a few growing in the garden the rest I buy fresh and keep in the fridge x

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  • usually in a plastic bag or the wrapper they came in. If picked from the garden then i wash and put in a lidded container.

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  • tend to use frozen so mine are kept in the freezer

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  • In the fridge or in the kitchen cabinet, depending on what it is.

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  • Normally my herbs are in the drawer compartment of the fridge

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  • some herbs I store in the fridge. Some I freeze as a bundle and break off what I need, and I grow fresh herbs myself in the garden

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  • I dry my own sage and i also cut herbs from the garden to garnish food and keep them in a glass of water on the window sill.

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  • On my kitchen window sill, thanks for the chance

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  • i grow my own herbs in the garden and windowstill

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  • fresh growing in their own pot

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  • My husband’s the cook and has various herbs dotted around the kitchen in various guises, so I’d like to give him something like this.

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  • I have a herb garden outside in a little trug

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  • I put mine in the fridge, probably not the best idea!

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