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If you are going to send someone home with leftovers don’t do this!

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If you are going to send someone home with leftovers don’t insist on it if you don’t have a disposable container of some sort. Nobody wants to be the keeper of your pan, bowl, plate, etc.

If you are going to send someone home with leftovers don’t insist on it if you don’t have a disposable container of some sort. Nobody wants to be the keeper of your pan, bowl, plate, etc.


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  1. Usually that is a subtle hint that the owner of the container wants to see you again. Like when you accidentally leave something at a friend’s place and forget to retrieve it on your next visit.

  2. If your Tupperware drawer isn’t filled to the top with random ass shit then are you really living?

  3. I’ve had people over, who don’t even know us and we’ve never talked to since, bring a common extended-family member over leave with food in containers we keep for such occasion; and bring them back months later. Containers meant to be taken. Very nice family.

  4. In my culture, you need to return the pot, pan, jar etc filled with food you made. Return an empty container is considered to be rude. So not only you become the keeper of the contained but you are engaged with cooking something back for the person who gave you the container in the first place.

  5. LPT: when taking home leftovers keep people’s pan, bowl, plate, etc. so you have containers to offer your friends when they want to take home leftovers.

  6. Who doesn’t have extra containers? WHat do you normally keep leftovers in? Even plastic lunchboxes are less than a dollar a piece.

  7. If you go to garage or estate sales, you can often get nice ceramic and plastic ware cheap, like 50 cents or a dollar, and can then give these away with your leftovers without worry. Go toward the end of the last day for bargain discounts.

  8. We use freezer bags for such things if we don’t want to give a dish. Ham in a freezer bag is just as good as ham in a container. Same with mushy food. The only thing messed up is presentation but let’s be honest, they’ve already seen it.

  9. So.. we save the KFC bowls (that are dishwasher safe btw.. ) and soup bowls from asian, and those are the best Tupperware. Free. Discardable, giftable. But also, dishwasher/ microwave safe.

    We don’t eat enough butter or sour cream to use those as Tupperware 🤣 kfc however- a bucket with three sides = 3 free Tupperware..

  10. I have two glass dusges sitting in the living room that I’ve been meaning to return fir the past 2/3 months.

  11. Exactly what i have been saying for years, people would rather just not eat than stick an extra plate in a cabinet and touch it a total of 3 times (taking it home, eating later, taking it back)
    Im glad you get it

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