Kinetic Glasslock 64-Ounce Rectangular Glass Food Storage Container With Locking Lid 01310
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- Spillproof, shatter resistant, dishwasher, microwave, freezer and refrigerator safe
- Silicone gasket locking system and impermeable polypropylene containers keep out oxidizing
- Patented manufacturing process reduces odor and staining and is BPA and FDA approved
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Kinetic brings you stylish innovation by introducing the Go Green Glasslock series of food storage containers! FDA approved, Tempered Glass container body, BPA-free plastic lid with a silicone seal provides an Airtight & Watertight seal. Stain and odor resistant. Microwave safe (lid may be used as a splatter guard only, flip lid upside down so tabs face microwave ceiling). Top rack dishwasher safe. Safe for freezers and refrigerators!
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A note to those having trouble sealing the canister:
You have to make sure the lid is pressed down fully before engaging the clamps on the sides. If it's not lined up properly, you have to fight with the clamps to get them sealed properly. Align the lid, then do the clamps on opposite edges (doesn't matter which sides first), then do the other pair. This makes sealing the canister quite easy.
Added benefit: these will last a lot longer than the plastic containers
I use 24-oz round glass container to store the remaining part of my morning porridge (oatmeal, cream of wheat,etc.), then I microwave it straight from the refrigerator (without the lid, since it is plastic and is not microwaveable) and have my second day morning breakfast ready in one minute (The first one takes 10-15 minutes to cook, since I don't use quick oats and buy organic rolled oats from nutsonline; you might like to take a look at that site, since it has lots of great items.) If I cook an additional meal, the remainders go into a 30 oz square container.
The lid closes tightly with a snap. My mother has very weak hands/fingers, so I was not sure if she could open the lid on her own (I bought a few containers for her too awhile ago), and even though it was not very easy for her, but she managed, up until recently-her arthritis got worse, and now my father has to open the containers for her (she doesn't have trouble closing them though.) So, if you have similar problems and live alone, you might want to look elsewhere.
The containers are stackable and very convenient, healthful too, since food is preserved best if kept in a glass container. Now I don't have to use up all the space in the refrigerator with the pots in which the food was prepared, and I can reuse the pots again right away. The largest container (64 oz) can be used to store pot roast or large amount of side dishes. My daughter and I both like buckwheat, so I cook 2 glasses of buckwheat at a time, eat one portion, and the remaining meal fits the 64 container perfectly.
Instructions advise to wash the containers before use and to store them without the lid.