Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Food Storage For Your Bulk Ingredients

Since I prepare most of my own food at home, I buy in bulk and have a lot of ingredients laying around. I didn't want to use disposable plastic bags because of their impact on the environment. My current solution is to order the Cambro Graduated Food Storage Containers from http://www.webstaurantstore.com/. They are inexpensive (much cheaper than tupperware at only $2-3), stackable, and reusable. They can go straight into the freezer or fridge which is wondeful for storing leftovers, using as a dough doubler, starter containers, etc. My pantry has never looked so neat!

This Cambro RFSCW1 1 qt. round food storage container is made of crystal
clear, virtually unbreakable polycarbonate that won't be stained or harmed by
food acids, oils, and alcohol. This container can withstand temperature from -40
degrees Fahrenheit to 210 degrees Fahrenheit, so they can be used in
refrigerators and freezers.

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