Also question is, can you put glass Tupperware in the oven?
The answer is, you can put glass in the oven, microwave oven or toaster oven if it’s oven-safe-glass. … Other glass containers in your kitchen like drinking glasses and glass bowls are typically not made for oven use, so these should be kept out of high heat unless labeled as oven safe.
Subsequently, how do I organize my Pyrex?
Just make sure that the rectangular container that you choose is longer than the diameter of your largest Pyrex lid. Now, put all your Pyrex lids into the rectangular container vertically and place it on your kitchen cabinet shelf next to all your glass Pyrex food storage containers.
How do you organize Tupperware?
You can also keep the jars or bottles in their original packaging if you’re not using them. If you’re moving, for example, you can pack glass containers in bubble wrap. You can also use old dish rags or shirts as dividers or extra padding.
I always encourage my clients to keep the box part and the lids separate. The lids you can store standing upright, but the box should be stacked together. This way, you can maximize your storage space.
Glass has a non-porous surface that doesn’t absorb like plastic and can be safely washed at higher temperatures in your dishwasher without melting or warping—most food storage containers made of glass are designed to withstand high heat without breaking. Glad containers are designed to store tiny amounts of dressing.
Glass provides a healthier alternative
When it comes to health benefits and safety in the kitchen, glass is a better material. But, unfortunately, even BPA-free plastics are prone to releasing toxic chemicals if heated. This makes washing, microwaving, and heating plastic containers a threat to your health.
Unless you have one of Tupperware’s trademark Thatsa Bowls. The largest size holds a whopping 42 cups! That’s plenty big for whipping up dishes to feed the whole family. Get the 42-cup Mega bowl here (or opt for a 32-cup version or a smaller 19-cup option).