I wanted to use them, but there doesn't seem to be a way to remove the bottom? Why do people say to use them. Am I missing something?
I usually turn them over and open the bottom as I would the top, with a can opener. An electric can opener or the kind that removes part of the can rather than merely the lid probably will work the best. I then place them in the dishwasher--sometimes twice, and I'm good to go.
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You can't with most of the popular brands of tuna, they have a round bottom you can't use a can opener on.
Pineapple cans have the traditional lip at the bottom of the can.
Tks, stupid me, I needed someone to tell me what was right in front of my face. Well no crumpets for me.
I have a collection of many different size cans, opened both ends of course and have probably saved a hundred dollars by not buying the kitchen store ones. Walk the aisles of your supermarket and buy as you need.
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