RSVP ALTN Salt Server with Spoon
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- Stainless steel construction holding a glass bowl
- Silicone gasket to keep salt fresh and dry
- Hand wash
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Unlike AB's this one has a silicone gasket on the inside of the lid, which effectively seals out moisture, and more importantly, smells in.
I purchased this one to use as a sugar bowl, hoping the seal would keep the ants out. My previous sugar bowls did not have air-tight lids and had to be retired during the summer, lest we find black six-legged critters happily munching on the contents. For the past two summer "ant seasons" this bowl has kept the critters at bay.
While AB's is fine for salt, this would be better than his for that, too.
Choosing between AB's and this one? I recommend this one. Well worth the extra $1.06!
I can't imagine a better product, unless the server was made out of solid stainless. But then again, it would cost much more than this one and you really can't tell from the top unless you turn it over to look at the bottom side. Of course you wouldn't want to do that when it has salt in it.
The stainless steel casing was very elegant, and goes well with our predominantly white kitchen. It comes with a tiny spoon (perfect for pinches) that fits in the container without having a "slot" on the lid for which serving spoons usually protrude out of, which makes it ideal for my sauce, since I'd like to keep pests and most air out.
Of course this thing is not for pouring, at least as a whole, as the glass bowl is fitted loosely around the frame. If you need to pour its contents, remove the bowl from the steel frame first. And the lid doesn't "seal" the container, merely covering it up and protecting its contents with the silicone gasket.
Overall, it's not only for salt, it's also for sauces too! I am happy with my purchase.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased this to store salt and other seasonings and protect them from humidity. The silicone gasket does not fit well. It is useless for keeping salt.Published 3 days ago by Pilgrim
This appears to be solid, with a good seal on the lid to keep moisture out. Would have liked a loop to fit the micro spoon, but it's not truly necessary. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Bob in Florida
My cooking guru husband saw this on Alton Brown's show and has been in love with it since. He loves it, east to clean and easy to get into to get the perfect pinch of salt.Published 14 days ago by Danielle T. Tarmey
Perfect, don't know how I ever lived without it, can be mistaken for a sugar bowl have to let let guests know it's not a Sugar BowlPublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
I've been using a pinch bowl, and spilling salt all over my counter and floor, for too long! Like many other reviewers, I first saw this salt cellar on Good Eats. Read morePublished 26 days ago by John Bliss
Wish I would have read the reviews. Not a fan of the glass being unattached to the base. Also the handle/thumb opener just doesn't really fit in the hand very well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matthew M. North