Containers to store pre measure food (grilled chicken breast)

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    Looking for some containers to store my chicken breast in 8oz servings. Looking for a good bpa solution... I dont want a collection, i have a ton of good tupperware type stuff.

    i really just want to buy containers to hold 8oz servings of chicken. Any suggestions?

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    I hate the place but i saw *** had a meal kit,came in a bookbag looking bag with a bunch of containers in the middle for food and a top layer for bars,vits,ect..But for $60 i'd go to Walmart and by some tupperware type stuuf and find a bag that'll fit everything for mybe $20
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    Re: Containers to store pre measure food (grilled chicken breast)


    Glasslock containers. They're glass with a plastic lid that snaps on very securely. I prefer the glass containers for microwaving food since it seems healthier than plastic. I've found the at tj maxx type stores along with bed bath and beyond

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    awesome ideas... ty so much... i just have to find the correct size now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PintSizPopeye View Post
    Glasslock containers. They're glass with a plastic lid that snaps on very securely. I prefer the glass containers for microwaving food since it seems healthier than plastic. I've found the at tj maxx type stores along with bed bath and beyond

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    Quote Originally Posted by 67nova View Post
    I hate the place but i saw *** had a meal kit,came in a bookbag looking bag with a bunch of containers in the middle for food and a top layer for bars,vits,ect..But for $60 i'd go to Walmart and by some tupperware type stuuf and find a bag that'll fit everything for mybe $20

    6 pack bag?
  

  
 

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