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The 12 Tools of Thanksgiving: Tool #3 – Glass Storage Containers

Have you noticed how many of the plastic containers are now labeled BPA-free? Many manufacturers are no longer making plastics with bisphenol-A which has been a controversial chemical linked to possible health risks. Knowing this, is reason enough for me to move to glass storage containers and not risk my food being contaminated by a possible harmful chemical.Glass Containers

I am guessing if you are like me, you have a cupboard drawer full of plastic storage containers for leftovers. A couple of years ago, I cleaned out all my plastic containers and replaced them with several different sizes of glass containers like the Pyrex Simply Store 6-Piece Rectangular Glass Food Storage Set.

I have discovered these containers are more airtight and my food seems to stay fresher longer. Some other bonuses that come with using glass is that they are oven-safe, dishwasher safe, odor resistant and they can be stored in the freezer.  Another glass storage option is canning jars. They work great for storing leftover soup, broth and dried fruit.

The 12 Tools of Thanksgiving:
Tool #1:  Eating Pure in a Processed Foods World Cookbook
Tool #2: Measuring Cups
Tool #3: Glass Storage Containers
Tool #4: Slow Cooker
Tool #5: Measuring Spoons
Tool #6: Steamer Basket
Tool #7: Muffin Pan
Tool #8: Strainer
Tool #9: Paring Knife
Tool #10: Immersion Blender
Tool #11: Saucepan
Tool #12: Flexible Cutting Mats

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5 thoughts on “The 12 Tools of Thanksgiving: Tool #3 – Glass Storage Containers”

  1. I will show this to my husband. He likes the little plastic containers. I don’t. I get rid of them and he buys more.

  2. I love Pyrex glass storage containers. I’ve been using them for years. I love being able to freeze leftovers, then put them in the oven to reheat, all in the same bowl.

  3. I really love not adding more plastic waste to landfills but I do freezer crock pot meals. These look like they’d be a great option over ziplocs but I imagine they’d take up a lot of space to store.

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