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Casabella Guac-Lock 12-24 oz. Guacamole Keeper with Airtight Lid, Clear/Green
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- Presses all the air out of the container and prevents browning
- Keeps your guacamole fresher longer ; Stores: from 12 Ounces up to 24 Ounces
- Durable: made from shatterproof, odor-proof, stain–resistant and BPA free plastic. Dishwasher Safe
- Versatile device for serving a variety of dips
- Measures 4 3/4-Inch x 3 1/2-Inch Tall
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Casabella Guac-Lock Container, Green/White
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By Kirstin L Grant on July 17, 2018
The only thing I could complain about is that it's a bit smaller than I'd like. It holds about 2/3 of a typical-sized (for me anyway) batch of guac. So, I have to put the remaining third in a separate container and eat that first. It's a minor convenience and not worth removing a star. I hope the makers of the Guac-Lock see this and make one that is a bit (1/2) bigger.
Update: I've been using my Guac-Lock for a few months now. I have been able to store a batch of guacamole in my Guac-Lock for about two weeks. There is a slight problem with some of the oils leaking through the seal after about 10 days so I usually keep mine on a paper towel if I'm keeping a batch stored for more than a week. I'm probably pushing the product way past its intended use though. I stand behind my original review. Heck, I'd probably give the Guac-Lock six stars if there was a way to do so.
I read the reviews for this container and, despite some of the negative ones, I took a chance and bought both a standalone container and the tray/container set. (I figured the cost of the set was just a little bit more than the container itself, so why not?) I'm glad I did and couldn't be happier with the Guac-Lock!
I don't make guacamole, just plain avocado. On their own, I found that I can fit about 4 1/2 - 5 of the small avocados in one container, with the rest going in the second container if I don't eat it straight away. I try to get rid of as many air pockets as I can, and there's no browning, with the guac staying fresh for days. There are four pieces to the container, but I thought the instructions were perfectly clear and the container was easy to "operate," wash, and store.
It may seem a little silly to get this excited about a kitchen gadget, but this one's a bit of a game-changer for me. And the cost is certainly worth it so there's no more stressing about wasting lovely avos. I feel as if I want to go preach about it to everyone else I know who eats avocados!
By Jorie C. Sitcer on December 8, 2016
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My mother buys massive packs of avocado at once, because (1) it's cheaper and (2) she loves my guacamole. Thing is: we're a family of 3, and 5 avocados for 3 people is too much.
If used properly (meaning, you make sure to have as little air as possible in the container), Guack-Lock does keep the guacamole fresh over a few days. Also, you will discover that Guac-Lock will improve the taste of your guacamole. I find that my guacamole tastes better as days pass, because the flavours blend (spices, veggies, etc.). Win-win.
One little flaw, there were very little instructions on how to use it. So, my not-so-young parents hid it in the cupboards until I gave it a try.
In short, if you love guacamole but hate the hassle of making it (like me), this is for you.