Jokari Healthy Steps Portion Control Dressing Lid
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- Dispenses one serving of salad dressing at a time, one serving = 2 tbsp
- Screws onto top of most store-bought plastic bottles of salad dressing, stores right in refrigerator door
- Squeeze bottle to fill top serving chamber, remove lid and pour correct portion over salad
- Eliminates the free pour of salad dressing and wasted dressing left over in salad bowls
- Bpa-free polypropylene, top rack dishwasher safe
- Jokari Healthy Steps Portion Control Dressing Lid; lid measures 2.3 x 2.3 x 1.7 inches
- Measure with confidence; accurately dispenses one properly-sized serving of dressing at a time
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What's lettuce without a little bit of dressing, right? Well, the key to the correct answer is "little bit." Jokari's Healthy Steps Portion Control Dressing Lid fits most store-bought plastic condiment bottles and is uniquely designed to accurately dispense one properly-sized serving of a variety of salad dressings as well as ketchup, BBQ sauce and more. Simply replace the bottle's original top with the Portion Control Lid, turn the lid's indicator to "condiment type," squeeze to fill the single serving container, open the lid and pull the container edges toward the bottom of the bottle to dispense. Just imagine; no more "too much" dressing, no more measuring and no more counting calories. Jokari's Portion Control Dressing Lid helps you to prepare healthy foods at home faster and easier; wash before reuse; top rack dishwasher safe. For over 40 years, Jokari has held a special place in its heart for gadgets; today, they specialize in providing affordable solutions to common problems faced by consumers. From unique kitchen gadgets and household storage and organization solutions to their Healthy Steps kitchen tools designed to help with portion control and healthy eating, Jokari is committed to creating useful and often crazy looking "thingamajigs" that are fun, colorful and easy to use.
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Here is what I like:
They screw snugly onto the salad dressing bottle
The tube that goes into the bottle is adjustable for different bottle sizes
The cup is pretty clearly marked for 1 serving
Here is what I don't like:
They are rather heavy and bulky
They can not be used with glass bottles (you must be able to squeeze the bottle to get the dressing up the tube)
If the bottle is not full, it can take a lot of squeezing to get the dressing to go up the tube
They are messy, the dressing seems to slop everywhere when trying to pour it out of the cup, which leads me to my next point...
It is not easy to pour the dressing out of the cup if it is a thicker dressing, like Thousand Island - I had to use a knife to scrape all of the dressing out
The green lids that go over the cup don't fit very snug
Not sure if dishwasher safe, nothing in instructions saying they are
I will probably look for a better product for measuring my salad dressing
Yes, we made sure to use Vinaigrettes
Yes, we had enough in the bottle to squeeze it up the tube in the bottle
I actually squeezed a bottle of Wishbone Red Wine Vinaigrette in half and it didn't work. Unfortunately, my husband had thrown away the original bottle caps for the dressing so we had to use these as the bottle caps and took them off when we used the dressing. Oh well, live and learn....
Don't waste your money on this product.
The size is reasonable and definitely fits into many size top.
The straw part is adjustable to the bottle length.
The whole unit is easy to clean and installed.
The only downside to the product is the size of the top. It's a little bulky, so if you put it in the fridge you might wanna make room for it.
Other than that, it's a good thing to have if you want to eat healthier and size control.
I love it and would recommend it.
Exactly how will this occur? The Jokari Healthy Steps Portion Control Dressing Lid helps you sabotage your friends in several distinct ways:
1. The lid isn't guaranteed to catch on the threading of any salad dressing bottle. Unless you're buying the most common, generic slop sold in a bottle, you have no reason to believe it will fit on the neck of your dressing. They've been phasing that bottle style out for years now. Remember how many bottles used to look like the Wishbone bottle? Not so much today. Depending on your friend's resolve, they may stop here. If they manage to jam the soft plastic threading into this lid, they may proceed to the next step: The rise of dressing to reservoir
2. The Rise of Dressing to Reservoir
I'm not sure what the idealist designer of this product had in mind. Are you expected to squeeze the bottle and one ounce shoots up into the lid reservoir? There's one huge problem with this idea: If the top lid, that green part over the reservoir, actually sealed over the reservoir correctly, it would create a vacuum that would prevent any liquid from squeezing into the top. The product is made to be airtight, so I then have to assume you should be able to turn it upside down to fill the reservoir. That doesn't work either, since the lid leaks. Your friend may then try opening the reservoir lid enough that air flow would allow a squeeze to shoot product up the tube. Hilariously, my salad dressing was in a glass bottle.
3. Cleaning and trying a new bottle
This thing can never be cleaned. Every dressing has a different consistency so its impossible to know what kind of dressing was meant to traverse this tube without issue. I couldn't get the straw to come clean after three handwashing attempts and two dishwashing attempts. For argument's sake, I bought a plastic bottle of salad dressing. This one had a classic neck style so I thought it may thread better. It threaded somewhat but still oozed when turned over. The dressing clotted in the straw when squeezed instead of filling the reservoir. Now it was even harder to clean. Imagine your enemies struggling as I have. Nothing will send a person bulldozing through a bucket of KFC like the emotional hardship of owning this product.
Instead of attempting to use this product as intended, I suggest gifting it to people you secretly hate. It's a form of torture device.