Set of 3 Airtight Glass Food Storage Containers £7.99 - Instore Lidl from Thurs 13/4 - HotUKDeals
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Set of 3 Airtight Glass Food Storage Containers £7.99 - Instore Lidl from Thurs 13/4

£7.99 @ LIDL
Excellent price for a nesting set of glass airtight containers. For keeping food fresh, freezing, heating up and preparing food Oven-, dishwasher- and microwave-safe Lid with silicone seal and c… Read More
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Excellent price for a nesting set of glass airtight containers.

For keeping food fresh, freezing, heating up and preparing food
Oven-, dishwasher- and microwave-safe
Lid with silicone seal and click closures
Available in blue or green
Capacity (L): 0.45 / 1.0 / 1.7
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#1
Thanks for posting this deal. Heat added
#2
Dummies question - why glass? I would have thought that plastic would do the same job and do it with less danger of breakage. Is there a benefit in having these as glass?
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tawse57
Dummies question - why glass? I would have thought that plastic would do the same job and do it with less danger of breakage. Is there a benefit in having these as glass?
Plastic - glass - metal: which one keeps the fizz in sofa best ? ;)
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tawse57
Dummies question - why glass? I would have thought that plastic would do the same job and do it with less danger of breakage. Is there a benefit in having these as glass?
Dunno about fizzy sofas, but I think the main benefit of these is that you can put them in the oven without melting them
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tawse57
Dummies question - why glass? I would have thought that plastic would do the same job and do it with less danger of breakage. Is there a benefit in having these as glass?


Plastic could potentially leak harmful chemicals and glass can store hot food and liquids
#6
I much prefer glass - as an earlier poster has said foods can go straight in the oven - you don't get the colour or smell hanging about either as it dies with plastic - and of course the chemicals -
I am starting to replace all my plastic storage with glass Pyrex with the plastic lids - I like the look of these Lidl containers but not their lids - I don't get the click and close system - I prefer the push on solid seal.

Edited By: jimmythecat123 on Apr 11, 2017 06:55
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jimmythecat123
I much prefer glass - as an earlier poster has said foods can go straight in the oven - you don't get the colour or smell hanging about either as it dies with plastic - and of course the chemicals -
I am starting to replace all my plastic storage with glass Pyrex with the plastic lids - I like the look of these Lidl containers but not their lids - I don't get the click and close system - I prefer the push on solid seal.

Totally agree - why do so many food containers have clip-lock lids, as they're bound to break sooner or later.
#8
Thanks all.

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