Okay, so since I went to the produce market today and loaded up on some stuff. I go to the Monterey Market in Berkeley and fight the traffic and parking because the produce is really good and inexpensive --- but I really try to shove as much as I can in so I don't have to go there more than once a week, hence the Monster Veggie Bin!
I don't have to worry about storing rosemary because we have a big bush of it in our front yard. In the summer we grow basil, mint and oregeno and I'd add that in. I do normally buy basil in the winter too, but they didn't have any at the market.
NOTE: I get so many kinds because Jack is on a no pellet diet due to his calcium issues, and I only sneak Viv a small amount of pellets so essentially, they are both restricted to veggies/greens and hay.
I cover the greens with a paper towel (they sit on a paper towel as well, and then I cover the it with a lid that we drilled holes in.
EDITED TO ADD: I now suggest poking holes in the sides because if something accidentally gets knocked over in the fridge and drips down, it could spill into the greens.
It takes up the whole bottom part of the fridge -- all the way to the back. In some of the veggie drawers below is where I keep all my own salad veggies, but there are things like celery bits and green pepper, that I will share with them.
This method really makes it easy for me to just pull it out and grab a little handful from each portion, put the top back on and back in the fridge it goes.