Thursday, January 15, 2015

Product review: Charles VIANCIN Lilypad Lid Silicone Suction Lid

In my kitchen, I try to minimize my use of disposable packaging. I use containers in place of plastic bags whenever possible. I use my steel or ceramic mugs when taking coffee or tea on the go. I even skip buying paper towels so that I have to use cloth napkins and rags. I'm not perfect, but I make an effort.

For Christmas this year, I received a gift from my mama for my kitchen; a silicone disk that is used in place of plastic wrap to seal bowls for storage or for use in the microwave to prevent splatters. I thanked my mom and added it to the pile.

Full disclosure: I was quite skeptical!

When I brought it home, I washed it and had it resting in my dish drainer for a while. What was I going to do with this new do-dad?

My husband and I baked some fresh bread the other day (is there any smell better?). I didn't have any large plastic bags for storage and my big pot, what I usually throw bread into, was already in use storing some steel cut oats.

What the heck? Let's try this new lid thing.

Ladies and gentleman, it is awesome! 

I threw the cooled loaf of bread into a mixing bowl and set the lid on top. With one tiny push in the center, the lid stuck to the rim like a magnet! I am honestly surprised at how well it worked.

The Charles VIANCIN Silicone Suction Lid & Food Covercan go in the dishwasher, the microwave and the oven up to 500 degrees. It is versatile, reusable a bajillion times and saves plastic. Win!

I'd recommend ordering some for your home and reducing the trash we make.

What new kitchen gadgets are you using?

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