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[Dollarama] Universal Pot Lids - 4$

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[Dollarama] Universal Pot Lids - 4$

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4
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These are likely going to be common restock inventory (rama design) but thought i'd share it anyways.
Amazon search shows these things sell for 15-20$ each.

Offered in two sizes (7", 8", 8.5") or (8.5", 9.5" 10")
Heat resistant up to 180C or 356F.
Lids are made of glass and silicone edges that have 3 different lips so they can be universal to 3 pot sizes.
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I have one. It's my jack-of-all-trades lid for quick and dirty cooking, can be handy when I need something quick to cover whatever pot I am cooking with. But for serious cooking I won't count on it for proper seal.
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Dec 4, 2008
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Awesome, something cheap to cover my pans with for short periods of time.
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Mar 29, 2005
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Nabbed one a couple weeks ago. Actually pretty well built. Definitely worth the $4 and they fit well.
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I was hoping they would have had a 13” one. My go to pan for cooking meals and no lids I have fit it. Don’t need anything fancy. Currently use a baking sheet that covers 80% and not very effective.
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The difference between wanting and needing is how you justify it.
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Max_Dealing wrote: I was hoping they would have had a 13” one. My go to pan for cooking meals and no lids I have fit it. Don’t need anything fancy. Currently use a baking sheet that covers 80% and not very effective.
I see restaurant uses aluminium foil when they need a big lid
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Mar 26, 2013
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irodeo wrote: I see restaurant uses aluminium foil when they need a big lid
I'll add that to my memory along with how chefs like to heat things in plastic bags. Nothing like a good belly full of aluminum and biphenylA! :)
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I need something for a 34cm (13.5") wok :(
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Jul 4, 2015
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Nice find OP, going to look to snag a larger one for putting my Instant Pot pot in the fridge instead of the bulky pressure lid.
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They are always at $4 at Dollarama
Has anyone bought this, any good
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This would be good for the instant pot if you want to put the whole thing in the fridge.
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HuoShing wrote: I'll add that to my memory along with how chefs like to heat things in plastic bags. Nothing like a good belly full of aluminum and biphenylA! :)
lol haha
seriously how sure how safe is really silicone. new studies comes out everyday
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irodeo wrote: lol haha
seriously how sure how safe is really silicone. new studies comes out everyday
People have been using parchment paper for quite a while. That’s just silicone too.

Like lots of things, it probably depends on the manufacturer how careful they are about impurities.

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