Sunday, May 9, 2010

Meshy, hotsacks

boy, oh boy has it been a LONG time since I posted last. Time was stollen from me and I have been keeping busy. I got hooked on reading the Twilight books, among other things.

I haven't been doing any new baking in the last couple of months either.

Today the family and I went to Sage Garden Herbs. A really nice garden centre that sells organic plants and flowers. Aside from buying some heritage tomato plants, organic strawberry plants, and a Raspberry bush!, I came across these bags called "Meshy" hotsacks. If this isn't the next best thing I don't know what is. I always hated having to use those plastic produce bags and many times would not bother when buying small amounts of food. But with a family of 4 and 2 kids who love their fruits and veggies, using those bags is inevitable.

Sage Garden Herbs is a quaint little garden centre just off of St.Mary's Road. 3410 St.Mary's, not far off the Perimeter Highway, just before the Floodway.

If you live too far for a drive you can buy them directly from, or find a retailer closer to home.


  1. Ooooooh! These are awesome! I hate bringing cloth bags to Safeway and having to waste plastic baggies on veggies. So frustrating! Thanks, I will have to share this with my readers too.

  2. They work really well!
    I was worried that they wouldn't last too long. I wish the grocery stores would sell these in their produce section.