Just got these in the mail yesterday and started to fill up some bottles. They're extremely handy when you're cooking Asian stir-fry and need like 5 different ones in a whim. Instead of opening up individual jars one at a time, I just transferred the contents of my soy sauce, sriracha, and oil into these containers and they work like a charm when cooking! Easy to use. One recommendation though is that I wish these came with tiny caps like the smaller 4 oz and 2 oz bottles on this site.
(Deal ends when coupon expires) The 25 oz bottles of Tresemme Shampoo and Conditioner are priced for $4.94 at Walmart. And through 10/9 you can score them for Free plus a Moneymaker! You’ll need the $5.00 Off 2 Tresemme coupon from RedPlum 9/25, and redeem three !
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ReaLemon has a fresh lemon taste that works well in any recipe or beverage. We use it daily to make a wonderful Ice Tea! Also makes a great Italian Lemon Ice! This 48oz bottle contains as mush juice as 24 lemons. Where we live in the Midwest, lemons cost as much as a dollar each. This is a great value!
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