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Daytime Storage

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Posted by Robert on 1 year ago

I began my Juice Journey Sunday October 22... My issue is.. I leave for work VERY early in the morning so I have been making juice for the day the night before. I found a Vacu-Seal Fresh Juice container - however, it only holds 25 Ounces - not enough for a full day.....I leave home @ 4:30 AM and return from work About 7pm... Does anyone recommend a different type of storage vessel (Larger would be great too) to take to work (I have a fridge at work)

Any help is GREATLY Appreciated!!

This topic contains 3 replies, has 1 voices, and was last updated by Robert 1 year ago.

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  • Zootal

    1 year ago

    I use glass canning jars with plastic caps, but they will leak if they tip over. The can also break, If it were me, I'd just get a few more Vacu-Seal containers. I personally prefer smaller containers and would rather have 2-3-4 small containers of juice. Anything that seals will work well, and if they are insulated all the better. I don't use insulated containers - I take a jug of juice from the fridge and put in my backpack, and let it sit there until I'm ready for it. I've never had the juice go bad sitting in my backpack. At the end of the day, I drink it or toss it.

    I sometimes put a few glass jars in a small ice chest, just be careful so separate the jars with a towel because if they come in contact with each other, they can break, and that makes a real mess - been there, done that.

  • KennethR

    1 year ago

    I use 32 ounce mason jars that I purchased at Amazon and love them, they are perfect for storing larger quantities of juice. They come with metal lids that do not leak. I store them in my mini-fridge in the office until I use them, usually around noon and 3pm . Search Amazon for "Ball Quart Jar, Wide Mouth"

  • Robert

    1 year ago

    Thank you VERY much - will look into those options

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