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Cast Your Vote:

    • Ziplock -- Votes: 1
    • Tupperware -- Votes: 6
    • I leave it in what I made it in and cover it with foil -- Votes: 0
    • It depends on what I am storing -- Votes: 13
    • I toss my leftovers -- Votes: 1
    • Some random other thing -- Votes: 1
    • I use my leftovers for sex play. -- Votes: 2
.......... What's wrong, flat face? TTC since Jul 2012; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Texas 13678 posts
28th May '13

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GrumpsMama 1 child; Whiskey Dick Mountain, WA, United States 16074 posts
28th May '13

I'll put everything in one bowl for SO to take to work, and just put foil over it.



Since we don't have any plates he can take, I just divide space in the bowl.



Or I throw it out. Theres some food I don't keep that I don't see the point in saving if nobody will eat it.

JellyJaks Due December 12 (boy); 3 kids; 2 angel babies; El Mirage, Arizona 556 posts
28th May '13

We have what I like to call "ghetto tupperware" as in I save the big yogurt containers and anything else that's airtight with a lid. I wash it out and it becomes what I store things in. Works quite well because people will be like "mmm yogurt" and then find something else and be like "hey I'm gonna eat this anyway" :oops:

Butterfly Guns 2 kids; Upland, CA, United States 6003 posts
28th May '13

If it's meat or something that won't fit in a tupperwear container, I usually put it in a ziploc bag. If it's rice, noodles, or something that can be formed easily into a tupperwear container, then that's what I use.

⚓Misty⚓ 4 kids; Keenesburg, Colorado 7275 posts
28th May '13
Quoting JellyJaks:" We have what I like to call "ghetto tupperware" as in I save the big yogurt containers and anything else ... [snip!] ... well because people will be like "mmm yogurt" and then find something else and be like "hey I'm gonna eat this anyway" :oops:"


Lol. I do the same thing except I wrap duct tape around it so I know it's not really yogurt. SO will leave his Tupperware with food at work then bring it home. I am not saying that so it gets tossed & I'm sick of buying tupperware

Sugarhiccup LLC ; 5 kids; Lahaina, Hawaii 2825 posts
28th May '13

I always store leftovers, baked goods, everything in Tupperware. The only thing I really use freezer and ziplock bags for is when I go to Costco and need to seperate meats to freeze in smaller amounts or something.

White Chocolate Milk 1 child; Chelsea, Alabama 12303 posts
28th May '13

It really just depends on what has been made. Most stuff gets put in tupperwear. Sometimes we use a baggy or we will just leave it in the dish and wrap it with cling wrap or whatever.

⚓Misty⚓ 4 kids; Keenesburg, Colorado 7275 posts
28th May '13

I'll usually put it in containers, and breads, baked goods, fruits in bags. After a few days o father any leftovers from the fridge & feed it to the chickens

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
28th May '13

Whatever I find that it will fit in.



But like leftovers are rare in this house unless its a side dish. lol




If its like steak or prok chops or chicken, just saran wrap (sp?) lol and top them on top of eachother and throw it in the fridge.



If its left over pasta it goes in a bowl with a lid. But most stuff we dont keep cause no one eats the left overs.