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Since a lot of us have purchased Instant Pots lately, I want to share that Amazon has dropped the price for it's Genuine Instant Pot Silicone Lids to it's lowest price (according to camelcamelcamel.

3 quart lid is at $5.95. Normally around $8.50.
6 quart lid is at $7.95. Normally around $8.50. Not the lowest price ever ($7.46), but close.
8 quart lid is at $8.95. Normally around $12.00.

This is an OEM lid and not aftermarket. Shipped and sold by Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/Genuine-In...MGQXJ&th=1
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Buy a set of Silicone Stretch Lids. They can be used on almost anything.
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Yeah. No sense dirtying up another container if you don't need to.
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We will use it for the yogurt process. It needs to set in the fridge for a spell before straining.
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Genuine question - why does one need multiple of these?
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What would these be used for? Are people using the cooking pot as storage afterwards?
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What would these be used for? Are people using the cooking pot as storage afterwards?
Yeah. No sense dirtying up another container if you don't need to.
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What would these be used for? Are people using the cooking pot as storage afterwards?

We will use it for the yogurt process. It needs to set in the fridge for a spell before straining.
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I paid about $10 for this and recommend it. This is a good price.
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One can use plastic wrap for any size pots, containers and bowls. This may obviously be a more eco friendly way to store.
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One can use plastic wrap for any size pots, containers and bowls. This may obviously be a more eco friendly way to store.
Does plastic wrap cling well to the metal? I never tried that.
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Does plastic wrap cling well to the metal? I never tried that.
Absolutely, if stretched a bit when wrapping around the rim of the pot.
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Does plastic wrap cling well to the metal? I never tried that.
Glad Press 'n Seal plastic wrap...it sticks to everything!
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Buy a set of Silicone Stretch Lids. They can be used on almost anything.
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I got the glass lid for about the same price and it works for storage, while cooking to observe inside and serving. It's not airtight like this with a steam hole but I'm not keeping food around for that long. Leftovers get transferred to a smaller container.
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These are just barely below the regular prices.
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Quite a few reviews saying lid doesn't seal very well. Think I'll stick with my Press 'n Seal or cheap plastic wrap. Or better yet, transfer the food to a smaller tightly sealed container or Ziploc bag.
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