|And they came in this cute bag, too, which also has room|
for all my former-onion-bag produce bags. It's magic!
But here's the exciting thing: you don't even need to do that. Next time you buy onions or whatever in a mesh bag, don't toss it. Cut it open carefully (I just cut right below one of the metal tips) so it retains its bag-like qualities, then run a ribbon or a piece of yarn or whatever through the holes at the top once it's empty. Tie the ends together, et voilà: one reusable produce bag. Rub it between your soapy hands under some warm water every couple weeks to keep it clean, and you're all set.
My new problem is what to do with my old starter set I got years ago. They're getting worn out, but I'm unwilling to just toss them if I can find a second life for them. Any suggestions on what to do with a set of six holey mesh bags?