AirScape Glass Kitchen Canister for Food Storage
the airscape glass the elegant kitchen
canister that does more than store your
food it preserves it
oxygen destroys food nearly all kitchen
canisters trap the oxygen inside with
the food the air scape is different as
the lid is pushed down air is forced out
and locked out keeping your food fresher
longer it’s incredibly simple to use
just pour contents in push the inner lid
down and lock the handle in place to
preserve freshness the air escape glass
can be used for so many things
listen that’s the air escaping the sound
of fresh do more than put a lid on it
preserve it with the air escape glass
Kitchen Canisters Buyers’ Guide
Flour is something you must keep inside a kitchen canister, as an airtight rubber seal will keep any humidity and moisture out. The seal will also keep any small insects and their larvae out of the flour. Sugar can be affected by humidity and moisture, leading to clumps and stickiness, so keeping it in canisters is a good idea. It is also a good idea to keep coffee in a kitchen canister, as it will stop any essential oils from evaporating and will maintain the aroma of coffee. If you are a frequent pasta or rice cook, then you can store these in a kitchen canister for easy and effective storage.
Kitchen canisters come in all shapes and sizes. The largest canister is usually around 3 quarts and can hold up to 3 lbs of flour or sugar for all your baking needs. If this seems too large, there is also a 2-quart canister that should be used for dry grains, cookies, coffee beans, and flour. A 1-quart kitchen canister is a perfect size for all types of content, as it is not too big and not too small. A 1-quart canister should be used for brown sugar or coffee beans. A 14-ounce kitchen canister is small but can be used for all types of food and non-food content, such as cocoa powder, salt, candy, tea bags, cotton balls, rubber bands, and so on.
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