How To Use Silicone Cover Lids In The Kitchen, and Why You Should! (Video)
In this ONE BY ONE video, Luci demonstrates how to use silicone covers and why you should… They are terrific! These bowl toppers are perfect to preserve food or prevent frying and microwave splatter. When you watch this product review, you will see just how handy, strong, and eco-friendly these new kitchen lids can be! I love, love, love these, so I'm excited to share this better, brighter, easier tip with you.
Dishwasher safe (top rack only), heat-safe to approx. 450 degrees F, BPA-free, and very useful to cover leftovers, pasta, salad, sauces and just about everything that is stored in a bowl or pot with a smooth rim. The suction does all the work!
Bonus: Once you buy these silicone covers -- click here to see this exact set on Amazon or check out the picture below -- and start putting them on your bowls, pans, cups, servers, etc., you will use a lot less aluminum foil and plastic wrap which saves you money. Plus, these lids save you time because you don't have to find that hard-to-see plastic edge and then unspool the uneven, ripped plastic wrap, wasting a lot of the product. Hmmm… We can now beam pictures to each other in a second but this is still a kitchen issue.
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You will love them! They really are one of the best kitchen items I've come across in a while. It's one of those inventions that you say to yourself, "Why didn't I think of this!!!"
Thanks for commenting! :)
Posted by: Luci Weston | November 2015 at 11:28 AM
What a great find. Can't wait to try them!
Posted by: Michelle F. | November 2015 at 10:09 AM