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    Sunday
    Mar192017

    Colorful Lids That You Can Use Over & Over.

    Charles Viancin Lids are a beautiful and practical alternative to plastic wrap. Unlike plastic wrap this silicone lid can be reused over and over. The lid seals tight on all smooth rims, meaning any bowl can be used for food storage. The lids create an airtight, watertight seal for reheating and storing. It can also be used while serving food, to keep your dishes hot or cold for longer. Each lid is oven, microwave, dishwasher, and heat safe up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. I've used these lids on various glasses and bowls in my kitchen and I've found the instant seal is so good I can drop it on a bowl or glass then lift them just by the lid. It seals that well. Charles Viancin lids have been around for a while, but I the ones I'm showing are the newest shapes and colors being introduced for Spring 2017. Available in many sizes starting at about $8 or $9 and up.

    There are many Charles Viancin lids here on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2n2LsRw  (But I don't see the new tomato and watermelon designs online as of 3/21/17)

     

    Company website: https://www.charlesviancin.com/us/ 

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