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Cambro RFS6PPSW2190 6-Quart Round Food-Storage Container with Lid, Set of 2
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- 2 round-shaped 6-quart food-storage containers with snap-on covers
- Made of translucent plastic; durable and stain-resistant
- Easy-to-read graduations imprinted on the outside; NSF-approved
- Safe to use in the refrigerator, freezer, or pantry; dishwasher-safe
- Measures approximately 9-4/5 by 10-1/5 by 18 inches
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Top Customer Reviews
Readers of the 5-minute Artisan bread book will wonder about whether or not the lids are air-tight. I don't know if they are air-tight or not, but I've made several batches of dough and stowed them in the refrigerator with the lid on tight with no problems. I initially considered punching a small hole in the lid, but it's not necessary (at least it was not with the set I received). If concerned one can easily leave the lid partially unfastened or drill/punch a hole in the lid.
Those who want to buy a container for making 5-minute Artisan bread will find these to be perfect. They would also be useful for storing items (like flour for more bread). They are easy to clean (mine had no oily film on them like one reviewer claimed) and durable. These are the ones to buy.
Just like most reviewers I plan on using these containers for storing bread dough. I was reluctant to order because of the dimensions given in the product description. 9 4/5 by 10 1/5 by 18 inches. My refrigerator has very modest dimensions. To handle an 18 inch tall container would require removing a shelf. Do I really want to turn that much of my refrigerator over to bread dough? No. In one place it is stated that the 18 inch measurement is when stacked. OK. Estimate about a 15% deduction based on the picture. Still too tall. Order anyway based on all the reviewers using these for the same purpose for which I need them.
They just arrived. They are a perfect size. Actual measurements for a single container are 8 inches tall, 7 1/2 inches bottom diameter and 10 inches across top when handles are included (8 7/8 without handles).
Although I have not yet used them I can tell they will be just right for my purpose. So don't be frightened off by the measurements given in the product description.
I gave them four instead of five because they came with some sort of light greasy coating that was nearly impossible to wash off. Dishwasher didn't take it off. Hand-washing with liquid dishsoap didn't take it off. I ended up soaking them in super-hot water with a little bleach to get it off. I'm sure it's something added in the manufacture, but had I not been inspecting them carefully, I might have missed the fact that it was not washing off very well. Now that they are clean, I love them!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use one of these to make and store bread dough in (per 5 minute bread book) and the other holds my flour in the pantry. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Dr. Loomis
I really like these super plus is unlike other containers they come with a lidPublished 13 days ago by jellybean
Can't believe I'm so excited about a dough bucket set, but I am. Upon receiving it, I noticed on the bottom that it's NSF-approved, dishwasher safe, and recyclable. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Ravelwriter
I use these to proof my bread in at home so I can see how much it has doubled using the lines on the side of the containers. Heavy plastic and not too bad to store. Read morePublished 1 month ago by LBG
These are the best buckets for Artisan Bread in Five. I bought these like 5 years ago and I really miss mine. I moved out and lost them and I'm silently weeping. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Heather Bryant