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Cambro Round 6-Quart Storage Container, Clear
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- Durable 6 quart round storage container for storing or transporting a variety of foods
- Crystal clear virtually unbreakable polycarbonate allows you to easily identify contents
- Stain and odor resistant to food acids and oils
- Round shape promotes air circulation, ideal for stirring and storing sauces and soups
- Safe to use in refrigerators, freezers and dishwashers; NSF approved
- Made of polycarbonate, not BPA-Free
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I use them to store large batches of stews, soups, etc.. overnight. The next day I remove the fat and serve what I need and freeze the rest in FoodSaver bags in individual or larger servings. Lids are sold separately - so don't forget to order one. Cambro can be purchased at most restaurant supply stores either clear or translucent. They come in 2 - 4- 6 - 8 quart sizes (and much larger too). I bought the 4 qt. to use when I half the dough recipe,
They are not airtight so you cannot freeze in them - nor can you use them in the oven.
P.S. I don't work for the Cambro ... I wish I did - then I would get their stuff cheaper :-)
I cook a lot, and I have a lot of friend and acquaintances in the food service industry, and as anyone who's ever had a problem with food "pests" (meal worms, ants, cockroaches, mice, etc.) will rapidly attest, proper food storage is very important.
Important features to look for:
Lids with good seals & size commonality
Impermeability (resistant to chewing, boring, and oxidation)
Tight fitting lids
Clear construction (content visibility)
Easily readable fill/capacity levels (esp from side)
Hot/Cold Temperature resistance.
The cambro clear round food storage containers I have so far seem to fit the bill on most of the above. I use them for dry goods (breakfast cereal, shaped pastas, assorted dhal/lentils, rice, beans, etc.), and most of them fit well into my cabinets. I like them.
My one nit (hence the 4 stars instead of 5) is that the rigid lids aren't fully air/water tight ... which makes these better suited for dry goods than wet, if tipping over is a possibility (for things like soups and sauces, consider either jars with screw caps, or deli tubs with flexible 'burpable' lids. That's one of the few drawbacks of rigid high impact PET is that lids made from that material dont seal quite as snugly as those made from flexible plastics. As such, oxidation may be a problem for anything stored in them in bulk quantity for longer than a few months, esp in conditions of variable temperature and humidity (which creates a 'bellows' effect, causing air to constantly move in and out of the contrainer).Read more ›
The container is fine and I'll use it. But come on now, Amazon. Either give us the lid or clearly show it as a "better together" choice so customers don't get surprised when they order.
It does come with a lid also but the lid is sold separately and should be stated clearly in your advertisment. This did cause me some confusion when I made my purchase.
NOT PBA FREE so don't use it for very hot food.
If you are going to use it to mix bread dough such as for Ken Forkish's book don't use it for anything else. Other foods may impart a flavor and excessive cleaning may scratch the smooth plastic sides, this will cause the dough to stick more.
I have been using this size for a while and I wish they made a 10 qt. the 12 qt. is a little bigger than you need for Ken's recipes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome little container, doesn't stain and very strong.Published 7 days ago by Situational Awareness
Use it to make my bread dough.
Very sturdy. spacious enough for me to mix and fold the dough inside.
It is exactly what I needed. It's just the right size for proofing bread dough. It arrived yesterday and I've already used it twice. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christina K. Fox
Use this rise bread dough in--does a great job as you can see how much the dough has risen.Published 2 months ago by Barbara U. Spigner