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The Goodwill near me sells Pyrex more expensive than stores 😂
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Not sure what you're on about. The CEO of Goodwill for more than a decade lives in northern Virginia and pulls down a $700k salary which is below average for this area for an organization that size. He is blind and previously ran National Industries for the Blind. All of this is easily available. What is nowhere to be found is anything about him building a $38M house in Seattle. But go ahead and tar up a major non-profit with lies because you don't like non-profits. I'm sure there are plenty of things to criticize Goodwill for (or most organizations in this country) without have to resort to making things up.
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The Goodwill near me sells Pyrex more expensive than stores 😂
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The Goodwill near me sells Pyrex more expensive than stores 😂
Yep! And then I looked at the salaries on their Form 990 and it all made sense.
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The Goodwill near me sells Pyrex more expensive than stores 😂
I went to the one near me and got original PYREX for a few bucks, probably a much better deal if you can find those since they're a better material
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All my lids from those broke
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The Goodwill near me sells Pyrex more expensive than stores 😂
Apparently, the old ones (capital letters) fetch a better price because they're made of different (more durable material).

I'm not sure how much of the panic is warranted, as I have a pyrex (newer version) baking dish and I've used it a lot in the oven without breaking it (and I haven't followed any safety instructions really), but some of the reviews of the new stuff are scary. Again, who knows how much of it is true and how many sold actually have an issue if so, but...
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All my lids from those broke
I don't know if you have a Corning outlet near you. They always have lids that goes from $.99 to $2.00. I buy 5 or 6 when they're on sale. That is if you don't mind the color
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Apparently, the old ones (capital letters) fetch a better price because they're made of different (more durable material).

I'm not sure how much of the panic is warranted, as I have a pyrex (newer version) baking dish and I've used it a lot in the oven without breaking it (and I haven't followed any safety instructions really), but some of the reviews of the new stuff are scary. Again, who knows how much of it is true and how many sold actually have an issue if so, but...
the issue isn't during baking in the oven, it's the thermal shock potential when it comes out of the oven - newer pyrex needs to be set on something like cork or a towel since if you set it on the cold countertop it may shatter. Similarly, you can't rinse it soon after it comes out to avoid things sticking since it may shatter. old PYREX doesn't have that issue so it's arguably safer since if you make a mistake and forget this it's much more resistant to thermal shock.

http://blogs.discovermagazine.com...ort-finds/

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check...ing-pyrex/

how to know the difference:
https://icedteapitcher.myshopify....lime-pyrex
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All my lids from those broke
Mine too
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All my lids from those broke
Same here. They certainly don't last as long as the glass.
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The lids will eventually break. I have a LOT of Pyrex (both borosilicate and soda lime) and I have a big bag of replacement lids. Just buy them in bulk and keep them around.

Both types have different pros and cons. Borosilicate (old version, clear color, "PYREX" label) can resist thermal shock, but soda lime (new, greenish tint, "pyrex" label) can be used in much higher temperatures and is tougher (can be dropped and won't crack).
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Yep! And then I looked at the salaries on their Form 990 and it all made sense.
I live in one of the most expensive areas of the west coast. The 3 most expensive houses in my area are owned by the founder of Microsoft, the founder/CEO of Amazon, and the current CEO of Goodwill.
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Apparently, the old ones (capital letters) fetch a better price because they're made of different (more durable material).

I'm not sure how much of the panic is warranted, as I have a pyrex (newer version) baking dish and I've used it a lot in the oven without breaking it (and I haven't followed any safety instructions really), but some of the reviews of the new stuff are scary. Again, who knows how much of it is true and how many sold actually have an issue if so, but...
I bought a couple older amber Pyrex dishes and a glass pot from Goodwill recently to distance myself from "toxins" of cookware and containers. Did some more research and it turns out older amber glassware can contain lead.
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