A few years ago, the masterful, delightful, author, vegan Chef JR Fields described the VeggiDome in her kitchen as her “palatte.” Instantly, that description rang true. The VeggiDome works really well, when you realize what it’s for!
I realize that very few people have painted oil paints to canvass. The artist needs the right tools. A painter has a pallete to display colors and make colors available.
Think of the vegetables you will be eating in the next few days, and place those in the VeggiDome. So when people load any vegetable that comes to hand into their VeggiDome, they are only using up space.
Think about it, artists only place colors on the pallete, that they plan to use. They squeeze paint from tubes and mixing the colors that they intend to paint onto their masterful canvas!
I often ripen fruit for a week, but mostly I load my VeggiDomes with produce that I will be eating in the next few days.
A selection for my palette.