cool portable salad dressing container


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[...] I know some folks use old spice containers to bring their own dressing to restaurants [...]

 

I found this thread specifically looking for a nice way to take salad dressing on the go.  I almost had a heart attack when I read your post!  OLD SPICE?!?!?   ;-)

 

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I found this thread specifically looking for a nice way to take salad dressing on the go.  I almost had a heart attack when I read your post!  OLD SPICE?!?!?   ;-)

 

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:) How funny would that be if a bunch of Whole30ers in a restaurant whipped out Old Spice containers when their salad arrived?

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Can you put something thick in it, like a salsa? 

What kind of hole does it have?

 

Anyone else find cool containers like this?

What do you put in yours?

 

lol @ "old spice"

You probably could put salsa in it: the opening is about an inch in diameter. You'd need to take the cap off to dispense: the opening built into the cap is similar to a salad dressing bottle: allows a drizzle. The container holds about 1/4 c liquid, so it wouldn't be much salsa.

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Beware - that container does not like airline travel!  I bought one to put in my liquids travel bag so that I could have salad dressing at the airport and it leaked all over everything!  My shampoo bottle smelled like Italian dressing for days!

 

I use these now: http://www.rei.com/product/402056/nalgene-polyethylene-bottle-2-fl-oz

 

They are designed for camping and being carried in a backpack in potential extreme conditions so they hold up to just about everything. Inexpensive, food grade, leak proof, lightweight and durable.

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