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I’m guilty of pouring my salad dressing in a mason jar. I’m guilty of having an oil slick running down my backpack’s inseam. I’m guilty of being left with a sauceless lunch. I’m guilty of not knowing how to properly pack and transport any type of saucy garnish for my lunch.
But a recent online discovery might put an end to my dressing disasters. Thanks to one tweet, the internet is alight with conversation about this innovative way to use GladWare containers.
Those blue indented circles on the lid? Those aren’t just for looks. You can actually snap a small cup of dressing, sauce, or juice right into the shape and take your topping to go. This hack can not only save you from spilled lunches, but also from prematurely dressed (and soggy) salads.
The internet was, justifiably, shaken and the tweet garnered upwards of 2,000 retweets. Though I do have to give it to @_14Gracie for waking us up from our collective slumbers of ignorance, I can’t let myself off the hook that easily. This Glad feature is literally written on the website.
So, go forth and experiment with this hack—revel in the reality that is a contained dressing and a dry lunchbag.