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If we order take-out soup from an Asian restaurant it usually comes in a plastic quart-sized container with a snap-on lid. The containers are great for leftover soups, stews, tomato-based sauces, etc. I hadn't had any luck finding containers of similar size and quality, but then stumbled on these on Amazon for about 50 cents each. They just arrived and are exactly like the take-out containers. A good deal!





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