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5-Oz Lock & Lock Easy Essentials Twist Food Storage Container EXPIRED

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the Lock & Lock Easy Essentials Food Storage Onion Container for $3.74 when you 'clip' the $1.25 coupon on the product page. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders. NLA

Also available at Macy's [macys.com] for $3.74 when you apply promo code VIP at checkout. Shipping is free with $25+ orders. NLA

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  • Amazon [amazon.com] has the 5-Oz Lock & Lock Easy Essentials Twist Food Storage Container for $1.49 when you 'clip' the $0.50 coupon.
  • Macy's [macys.com] has the 5-Oz Lock & Lock Easy Essentials Twist Food Storage Container for $1.49 when you apply promo code VIP at checkout.
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I'm so wild I put an apple in my onion container
I'm single. My burger only takes two slices.
Because most of the time you don't need the whole onion and you don't want to store a smelly onion in a ziploc. Also, onions I believe absorb all the other stuff in your fridge and it gets nasty.

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Recent FP deal for reference.
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I'm so wild I put an apple in my onion container
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Why would you put onion in container? Asking because of curiosity,
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Why would you put onion in container? Asking because of curiosity,
To save a ziplog baggie? That's why I put small things in small tuperware. This is after you skin and cut some off. I'm the only one that eats onions so I have leftovers every time.
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Why would you put onion in container? Asking because of curiosity,
Because most of the time you don't need the whole onion and you don't want to store a smelly onion in a ziploc. Also, onions I believe absorb all the other stuff in your fridge and it gets nasty.
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This is about the only thing that actually stops onion smell from stinking up your fridge. Ziploc baggies don't work. Wrapping in aluminum foil sometimes works, but this does the job.
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I use a hefty slider bag for my onions but haven't noticed a smell. I have to stick my head in the vegetable drawer real quick.
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I love my onion storage container. I use it a lot actually. It comes in handy when you end up using only half an onion.
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Large enough to fit a single pearl onion for your Gibson.
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Why don't people just eat the whole onion
I'm single. My burger only takes two slices.
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This is about the only thing that actually stops onion smell from stinking up your fridge. Ziploc baggies don't work. Wrapping in aluminum foil sometimes works, but this does the job.
Have you tried sealing the zip lock baggy?
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Normally use a ziplock baggie, but trying to reduce single-use plastics so I'm in for one.
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