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[Amazon.ca] OXO Good Grips Chef's Squeeze Bottle Set ! 42% Off | $11.34

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[Amazon.ca] OXO Good Grips Chef's Squeeze Bottle Set ! 42% Off | $11.34

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  • Set consists of medium bottle and large bottle with one Thick tip and one thin tip
  • Unique attached cap stays open while you squeeze for a precise pour
  • Cap snaps closed for Shaking and convenient storage
  • Durable, reusable bottle is perfect for oil, vinegar, dressing, condiments, syrups and drizzling dessert toppings
  • Lids are interchangeable between bottle sizes
  • Bottles feature convenient Measurement markings in cups, oz. and ml
  • BPA free bottle comes apart for easy cleaning and is dishwasher safe

-Callahan-

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Thanks for the share OP. OXO stuff is generally pretty good so I'll pick up a set, I've got some of the cheap wilton ones for homemade sauces and such, but it'd be nice to have a couple that are better quality.
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You can get these, well not OXO, from the Dollar Store for $1. Its still a plastic bottle with a cap.
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cRaZyRaVr wrote: You can get these, well not OXO, from the Dollar Store for $1. Its still a plastic bottle with a cap.
:facepalm:
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cRaZyRaVr wrote: You can get these, well not OXO, from the Dollar Store for $1. Its still a plastic bottle with a cap.
That's what I did, and that's exactly why I'm picking these up.
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Apr 10, 2005
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While these are better than the dollar store crap, they’re only a little better. I’ve used both with oil for cooking, and the bottle ends up getting covered in oil with either one, just a bit less so with the oxo. Still a great tool to have around if you cook a lot.
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cRaZyRaVr wrote: You can get these, well not OXO, from the Dollar Store for $1. Its still a plastic bottle with a cap.
I've purchased those before and they are garbage. They leak all over the place.
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Plastic bottles really aren't meant for oils or really loose sauces, all you'll get is leaking down the sides eventually. But for those looking for sauce bottles (ketchup, BBQ like consistency), these are great.

For those looking to use these as containers for cooking oils, don't bother. If you need it for oils, do yourself a favor, save your next beer or wine bottle, wash it clean, and grab some spouts:

Set of pouring spouts
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cky312 wrote: Plastic bottles really aren't meant oil and really loose sauces. For those looking for sauce bottles (ketchup, BBQ like consistency), these are great. For those looking to use these as containers for cooking oils, don't bother. If you need it for oils, do yourself a favor, save your next beer or wine bottle, wash it clean, and grab some of spouts:

Set of pouring spouts
Interesting. These spouts make it so that the oil doesn't drip back onto the bottle? I tried some other things, but always just go back to pouring straight from the original 4L container.
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cky312 wrote: Plastic bottles really aren't meant for oils or really loose sauces, all you'll get is leaking down the sides eventually. But for those looking for sauce bottles (ketchup, BBQ like consistency), these are great.

For those looking to use these as containers for cooking oils, don't bother. If you need it for oils, do yourself a favor, save your next beer or wine bottle, wash it clean, and grab some spouts:

Set of pouring spouts
100% this - we got some cool old french bottles off amazon: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00XN9 ... UTF8&psc=1

Then paired it with those exact same spouts. It's been the perfect solution to hold oils (avocado & olive) and then vinegar or some other loose liquid. No leaks, no drip issues, just perfect pours even over salads.
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I bought two squeeze bottles from No Frills for $5 and they came with free mustard.
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Feb 5, 2013
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My friend's parents re-use their Smuckers syrup bottles for oil. I thought it was ingenious as they don't leak and there's a strong seal on the squirt part.
I probably didn’t need it but bought it anyway
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cky312 wrote: Plastic bottles really aren't meant for oils or really loose sauces, all you'll get is leaking down the sides eventually. But for those looking for sauce bottles (ketchup, BBQ like consistency), these are great.

For those looking to use these as containers for cooking oils, don't bother. If you need it for oils, do yourself a favor, save your next beer or wine bottle, wash it clean, and grab some spouts:

Set of pouring spouts
Can also vouch for an empty liquor bottle with a pouring spout. Great for oils and I've never looked back... I have a bag of plastic spouts I purchased from Tap Phong on Spadina years ago.
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Personally I don't recommend any plastic bottle for cooking ingredients at home. At the restaurant we go through it quickly and they get cleaned out often. When I tried keeping oil and vinegar at home in the same restaurant quality bottles I noticed a distinct smell/taste developing. I mean I know you buy oil in plastic containers so I know there are types of plastic are ok. I don't pretend to know why but just my experience.

I use glass bottles with a spout at home now
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Mar 30, 2019
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I have a bunch of these Oxo bottles, use them for oil, sauces, simple syrup etc. They work great! Very good quality and I highly recommend them.
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These look pretty nice. I have had some from the dollar store and they are garbage. Walmart sells some pretty cheap though and they don't leak. Use them for oil, dressings, sauces, funnel cake batter...
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cky312 wrote: Plastic bottles really aren't meant for oils or really loose sauces, all you'll get is leaking down the sides eventually. But for those looking for sauce bottles (ketchup, BBQ like consistency), these are great.

For those looking to use these as containers for cooking oils, don't bother. If you need it for oils, do yourself a favor, save your next beer or wine bottle, wash it clean, and grab some spouts:

Set of pouring spouts
But then no one has to buy another shitty piece of plastic!!! You are no fun at all :) Buy buy buy, spend spend spend.
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Sep 9, 2003
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Thanked, OP. We have a set at home and can use a couple more! Wifey loves em.
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May 17, 2007
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This was about a dollar cheaper yesterday when I was looking at it. I didn't realize that was a good deal. Ah, well.
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lee valley has some nice cheap squeeze bottles (at least I think so anyway). I recently bought a pair along with some silicone tethered lids. Really like them for keeping franks hot sauce in.

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