When the major brands of glass pot with lid
were born, they were meant to store food. Pickled vegetables, pickled cucumbers, oily tomatoes, soaked plum wine, making various sauces, the airtightness of the glass jars can preserve the flavor of the food.
02｜Package of dry goods
Don't want the cabinet to be filled with plastic bags? Put all the whole grains, spices and coffee beans into the glass jars! The neatly arranged jars not only make the cabinets refreshing and orderly, but the transparent bottle makes it easier to find the ingredients you want in the first place.
The glass jar is easy to clean and will not leave any flavor, and it can be said to be a perfect match with a variety of beverages, especially iced beverages. In the hot summer, bring a glass jar to the store to buy a cup of iced coffee, milk tea or juice. The coolness of the glass is refreshing. At some parties that only provide disposable cups, take out your own glass jar, and you are the most stylish boy in the whole place.
Isn’t the famous Mason Jar Salad just packed in a glass jar? Salads in glass jars can be seen at a glance with a wide variety of ingredients in rich colors, which is particularly pleasing to the eye. To make a beautiful jar salad, you need to put the seasonings, hard foods (such as beans and cucumbers), soft foods (such as tomatoes), and green leafy vegetables in a glass jar in order.
05｜Preserve fresh vegetables
When buying vegetables home, many people like to wash them out and put them into fresh-keeping bags at the first time. In fact, you can use glass jars instead. Wash carrots, cucumbers, and celery, cut them into desired sizes, put them in the jars, and use them directly next time you cook. Coriander, mint, and other easy-to-wilt products can also be "planted" in a jar with water.
I accidentally ordered too many meals in the restaurant, but didn't bring a lunch box? Don’t pack it in a glass jar that you carry with you! Go home and put it in the refrigerator. Every time you open the refrigerator door, you can see the food in the jar at a glance, remind yourself to eat it as soon as possible and not to waste it.
If you like to try some DIY at home, use coconut oil and baking soda to make toothpaste, use coconut oil and coffee grounds to make a scrub, use white vinegar as a cleaning agent, etc., then a wide-mouthed glass jar is most suitable. . In addition, you can also put a jar on the makeup table to store eyebrow pencils, eyeliner pencils and makeup brushes.
Hydroponic green dill, insert a bunch of small flowers, put in candles to make a lamp... Put it on the table of a family banquet or wedding, or the night of an outdoor party, it will immediately add a different atmosphere to the scene.
Many Zero Waste bloggers will challenge to put one year, two or even four years of garbage into a jar. For ordinary people or zero-waste novices, even if they can't do so extreme, they can try to collect garbage in glass jars. Knowing what kind of garbage they produce every day is also a very important first step to start a Zero Waste life.
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Two important reminders
1. Don't throw away all the plastic containers at home just to have glass jars. That will only cause more plastic waste. For the plastic products that have already been purchased, the best way is to make the best use of them.
2. Don't blindly pursue the brand. As long as the sealing and safety performance of the glass jars meet the requirements, you don't have to buy those "net celebrity" jars. You might as well use the canned bottles and sauce bottles that you have eaten by your hands!