Versatile Net Produce Bags

Use net produce bags for scrubbing your dirty barbecue grill.
By Julie Cade Bon
February/March 2013

A net produce bag makes a handy grill cleaner. 
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I save the net produce bags that onions and some other produce come in.

When I have an especially dirty pan or grill, I wad up and use the net as my scrubber and then toss it away. I also keep them around to store shallots, onions or garlic, tying them closed with a wire tie.

Julie Cade Bon 
Corrales, New Mexico  








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