Just wondering if there's a plan for additional colors in the future??? I really love the blue & green. I just picked up four more boxes of the wide mouth green jars yesterday!!! Thank you!!!
So far I have purchased 3 dozen green quarts, 3 dozen green pints, 1 dozen blue pints, am looking for blue quarts and for the purple bottles and of course for more green! I use the green for drinking glasses, storing smaller amounts of bulk foods, food and spice mixes, bulk spices, leftovers, etc. My kitchen is green so these are perfect for any use in my kitchen! Any other size, especially 1/2 gallon in green would be greatly appreciated, as would 1.5 pint - wide mouth, our favorite for drinking glasses. Blue is for my DH, mostly for his lunches, quarts will be for salads, pints for soups, casseroles, pot pie, leftovers, etc. And fresh veggies, fruit, dessert, and anything else I can come up with! Say goodbye to that nasty plastic forever!!! I'm currently searching for recipes and adapting our favs. Now to design a lunch bag to hold these beautiful bottles without breaking! I'm not sure what I will use the purple for but trust me I can come up with something! I hope that these are something you will continue with and that you will reduce the prices!!!! And please make these in more sizes! Although I probably would not recommend these to just anyone I have recommended them to my friends who have plenty of disposable income. At nearly 4 times the price of the clear bottles they are not a good value! But as I said earlier, they are beautiful!!!
I bought all three colors, green, blue and purple. I needed jars for canning and thought these looked nicer. Having said that... Prior to giving it much thought, I put ground beef in some of the green jars. Of course it works fine but looking through the glass the meat appears green. That would be perfect if one was preserving eggs & ham but not very appetizing for beef. On a more positive note it's a great strategy for dieting! Back to the topic. I've used these for all sorts of non-canning related things. So much in fact, I had to buy more just for canning. Perfect for candy, nuts etc.. I even made a couple of candles.
Great jar, but the measurements on the side are wrong. They are 4 oz denominations listed in order as "4 oz", "1 cup" (8 oz), "14 oz" (should be 12), "2 cup" (16 oz), "20 oz", and finally "3 cup" (24 oz).
I bought the pint blue Anniversary Jars AND the Green Anniversary Jars...and I just noticed that on each bottle it says the following: 1913 - 1915 100 years of American Heritage...Made in the USA. Should not the dates read 1913 - 2015???? Please advise.
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