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Old 01-14-2014, 10:32 AM   #11
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I use old peanut butter jars. Transparent & unbreakable
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Old 01-15-2014, 10:17 AM   #12
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I came across these and thought they were pricey but might get a couple since I love the jars for storage: JarBOX.com - Easily Transport and Protect Your Canning Jars I find that produce like strawberries, baby carrots, etc. keep a lot longer if I keep them in a glass jar.
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Old 01-16-2014, 02:56 PM   #13
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While I like mason jars I tend to stick to the rule if its glass it will smash. Dont like spending to much time making sure breakables are secure before taking off. Learned the hard way that even though I thought I had everything well secured it isn't always the case. I use the large plastic containers with screw tops that peanuts etc come in from Costco.
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While I like mason jars I tend to stick to the rule if its glass it will smash. Dont like spending to much time making sure breakables are secure before taking off. Learned the hard way that even though I thought I had everything well secured it isn't always the case. I use the large plastic containers with screw tops that peanuts etc come in from Costco.
I agree regarding the glass bottles. I had a terrible accident with a six-pack of beers last fall. Opened up the fridge and had the whole six-pack fall onto the floor of the trailer, breaking all but three bottles. I was heart broken. It was difficult to tell whether the floor was wetter from the broken beer bottles or from my spilt tears.
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