The snow fell heavily in Illinois yesterday. So for dinner last night, we had chicken soup. Steamy and delicious and made from only what I could find in the house because I was NOT heading back into that snowstorm for food! I love using leftovers to create a second dish, and since Patrick is coming down with the sniffles, chicken soup was a perfect choice. Sadly, I only had the chicken bought fresh and cooked the day before. Everything else in my fridge was purchased before our trip to Florida! That means that the carrots I wanted to put into the pot were probably over 3 weeks old. Were they any good? I was worried and opened the vegetable drawer in my Whirlpool with caution.
Absolutely Fine! I swear to God, the carrots were perfect. I am in a bit of shock, actually. In fact (confession time), I made the kids take a bite of one (can't poison the cook, you know) before I tried one myself and they were still crisp and sweet.
While this is obviously a sponsored post for the Whirlpool refrigerator that I'm writing about this year, it is 100% truth. The produce preserver on our Whirlpool side by side continues to lengthen the usability lifespan of all of our produce. While carrots aren't known to spoil crazily fast, I notice the greatest difference in any of the greens we purchase for salads. They actually seem to be EATEN before they spoil nowadays! This means that I purchase even more because I know it won't go to waste, which means my family is eating healthier as a result.
If you'd like to see more of my reviews of our experience with our Whirlpool refrigerator, you can check out my previous posts HERE or ask away in the comments section! I would be happy to tell you how we feel about it.
*Disclaimer: I will be reviewing
this Whirlpool refrigerator for the next year. Though these posts will
be sponsored, all opinions and words will be my own
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