Jarden Home Brands 12Pk 1/2Pt wide Mouth Jar Canning Jars
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500 Features: -Lid Included: Yes. -Set of 12 jars. -Utensil Included: No. -Clear glass construction. Product Type: -Canning jar. Color: -Clear. Number of Items Included: -12. Shape: -Round. Set Size: -12. Primary Material: -Glass. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -2.8 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -3.4 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -3.4 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -6.2 Pounds.
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If you like to keep chopped onions in the fridge, a small mason jar is perfect because the tops will keep odors from getting into the fridge.
If you like to eat bean salads, a small mason jar is perfect because it holds a nice portion for a "side" in the lunch box and you can pre-pack them ahead of time.
If you make your own hummus, you can divide it up between two jars and use them to dip veggies or pita into.
I used mine to melt chocolate chips in a pot of hot water. While the microwave may be faster, I enjoyed doing it in the mason jar on the stove, making what I assume to be a "double boiler". The chocolate melted nicely, there seemed to be much less chance of scorching it, and it didn't get overly hot unlike when you microwave it.
I suppose they would be handy to shape/cut biscuit dough as well.
And, of course, you can vacuum pack your jars to keep the food fresher longer, especially if you are making 5 portions for the work week and want to make sure Friday's lunch is as good as Monday's.
Anyway, these jars have lots of uses and you will surely find more uses than you have jars.