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SOLO Foam Bowl, 3.5 oz. Capacity, White (Case of 1,000) - $19.99 Amazon

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24 pounds worth of bowls for less than 20 bucks
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Thanks, FYI ships in 1 - 2 months.
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3.5 fl oz capacity? thats a bit small, almost like for dipping sauce only, not for soups or salad is my guess.
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FYI: These are tiny.. I've had these bowls before and it's been alright for giving the kids dessert etc.. It's super light that if you only have a tiny bit of ice cream in it for example, it'll tip over if you leave your spoon
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#6
Tempted to get this to never have to do dishes for small bowls, but so bad for the environment Frown
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35.4 oz
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Quote from applepielicious View Post :
35.4 oz
35.4 oz would be great!!! but it's not.

want bigger size than 3.5 oz... a couple of more bucks

http://www.amazon.com/12BWWCR-Non...merReviews
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Last edited by freebies4me2 May 10, 2016 at 06:20 PM
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What is this? A bowl for ants?
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#10
Wow. It seems crazy to get 1,000 of anything for $20. I have no idea what you would use such small bowls (less than 1/2 cup) but TU for the find.
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Quote from freebies4me2 View Post :
35.4 oz would be great!!! but it's not.

want bigger size than 3.5 oz... a couple of more bucks

http://www.amazon.com/12BWWCR-Non...merReviews
Specifications for this item
Brand Name Solo Foodservice
Color White
EAN 0041594141458
Item Weight 24 pounds
Number of Items 1000
Overall Length 1.0 inches
Part Number 35BWWC
Size 35 ounces - 4 ounces
UNSPSC Code 52151500
UPC 041594141458

I guess they meant 3.5 ounces to 4 ounces.
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Cool, thanks.
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#13
Wow, no treehugger comments yet? Tomorrow might just be a blessed day!
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Quote from FearAndLoathing View Post :
Wow, no treehugger comments yet? Tomorrow might just be a blessed day!
Just go on about your business destroying the planet.

Seriously, these types of foam are very environmentally unfriendly. I encourage you guys to do some research on Styrofoam (polystyrene) and it's environmental footprint.

http://www.earthresource.org/camp...ofoam.html
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Quote from gamstutz View Post :
Just go on about your business destroying the planet.

Seriously, these types of foam are very environmentally unfriendly. I encourage you guys to do some research on Styrofoam (polystyrene) and it's environmental footprint.

http://www.earthresource.org/camp...ofoam.html
There we go! I knew someone would have treehugger alerts set up LMAO!!!!

I'll tell you what I do with my extra styrofoam...I dissolve it in a 5 gallon bucket with gasoline. It makes a great firestarter. But honestly, I think I can dissolve about 500 cubic feet of styrofoam in a single 5 gallon bucket, it's insane...so Mother Nature doesn't have to ability to do the same over the course of time?
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