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Reditainer Extreme Freeze Deli Food Containers with Lids, 32-Ounce, 24-Pack
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- Package of 24 - ( 32 ounce ) Freezable Deli Food Containers with tight sealing lids
- Heavy Gauge Engineered Polypropylene Plastic - Quart Size
- Designed especially for Freezing, capable of withstanding temperature to (-40 degrees ) for extended periods of time
- 5.55" Tall X 4.55" Diameter Top X 3.55" Diameter Base
- Commercial Restaurant Quality - Microwaveable - Reusable - Dishwasher Safe
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Extreme Freeze Reditainer 32 ounce Freezable Deli Containers. Package of 24 with tight fitting lids. Designed especially for Freezing, capable of withstanding temperature to ( - 40 degrees ) for extended periods of time. Stackable engineered polypropylene plastic. Microwaveable and Dishwasher safe.
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I have an extra freezer - it's a pretty nice little stand up freezer - but I don't use it often. But my budget is tight and I need to stop buying lunches 3x a week - and I'm supposed to be cutting back on sodium - so I decided to give it a try. Bought ham and split peas and made a giant batch of split pea soup. Lentil soup too. Bought beef and made chili and taco soup. Made vegetable beef soup. But now what do I do with everything?
3-16 - edited to add to prevent freezer burn I've been putting a piece of saran wrap over my soups before freezing. I make sure it is touching the soup to remove any contact with air. Before heating I just take the saran wrap off. Since I only wash the containers in the dishwasher - this step prevents freezer burn and makes washing the lids much easier.
I started with the 12 oz containers and they were just a bit too small for soups. They are perfect size for meals like chili but not quite right for soup. So I go and buy the 16 oz containers. They work like a dream. I fill to the mark on the side and freeze - and weeks later the soup still tastes perfect. I've had to order these twice and I've told all of my friends to order them. The containers stand up to the freezer and the microwave. I've tossed all other storage containers and am totally sold on these.
1. They’re not made by Redditainer. I could have sworn the take-out containers I liked best were often marked “Redditainer,” which is why I looked for that brand specifically. But these are made by a different manufacturer entirely (Placon). There's no trace of a Redditainer brand online, so now I'm almost wondering if I hallucinated that. But then, why do I know the name?? Whatever, the point is, these aren't Redditaner.
2. The plastic is extremely soft and flexible. My old take-out cups are quite sturdy overall, with extra reinforcement around the upper rim-- if you try to squeeze them you can’t collapse them, and even though they come filled with boiling-hot soup they're still plenty stiff (stiff enough to easily drink or pour from). But these are so soft you can barely hold them without collapsing the rim, even when empty. If you fill one with water and try to pick it up without the lid on, just the weight of the water makes the whole thing want to fold up. Hand-washing in warm water makes them even floppier, so I wouldn’t dare try to fill these with anything even marginally hot-- it’s a burn waiting to happen. (I just used one to water a plant, and when I tipped it to pour, it collapsed so suddenly that water splashed everywhere. Good thing it was cool water!)
3. Speaking of heat, there’s no mark indicating that they’re microwave safe?? I can’t tell if they are, but given the floppy plastic, I'm not gonna risk it. I even checked Placon’s website, but I couldn’t get any info on that as it seems they don’t make this item anymore. All I gathered is that these were from their “value” line, not their “heavy-duty” line. Why am I not surprised. Grr.
So yeah. Not Redditainer. Questionably microwave-safe. Not suitable for "extreme" anything; they're so flimsy they’re nearly useless (and possibly downright unsafe).
In short: NOT AS DESCRIBED. The only accurate part of the description is that they hold 32 ounces and come with lids. To be honest, I feel more than a little ripped off.
If I still had the box I’d return them, but I’m too annoyed to be bothered. (Lesson learned: always save the box.) After all these years I suppose I was due for an Amazon fail. Had to happen eventually. Sigh.
Oh well. I guess I can use them to store lightweight dry things like nuts or whatever. Not what I wanted, but… there you go. :-/
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