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    Im sure there are lots of tupperware demonstrators on bubhub (I am!), so if anyone is looking for a demonstrator, im sure someone would be near you to help!

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    Those tumblers with the straw holes.

    Not a fan of the fruit and veg keepers even though I have them, I find they don't do a very good job.

    I would love the fridge mates..the ones for cold meant ect.

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    I get the most use out of my Modular Mates, Heat and eats and the baking mat.

    I have previously used my Microwave Pasta Cooker frequently but recently with my 4 boys getting older and hungrier I found it was no longer big enough.

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    I ditched the boiling rice method and rice cooker when I bought the Tupperware Microwave Rice cooker, love it, so easy and quick to cook steamed rice in it.

    I also really like the Kitchen Scissors Tupperware do, the ones where the two handles can pull apart separately, I have had them for nearly ten years now and they are still sharp and I use them heaps in the kitchen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    Heat and Eats
    Pick a Deli
    Sandwich keepers
    Modular Mates
    Snack Cups
    Those tumblers with the straw holes.

    Not a fan of the fruit and veg keepers even though I have them, I find they don't do a very good job.

    I would love the fridge mates..the ones for cold meant ect.
    Don't get me started in fruit & veg keepers! I'm actually thinking of sending them an email. After all the money I spent in those stupid containers they made my $14 grapes mould in just 2 days. And it wasn't just the one time, it was every time I used it. I then stopped and left them unwashed in the carry bag they came in and they now last upto 1 weeks... Why? I have no idea

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dansci0 View Post
    Don't get me started in fruit & veg keepers! I'm actually thinking of sending them an email. After all the money I spent in those stupid containers they made my $14 grapes mould in just 2 days. And it wasn't just the one time, it was every time I used it. I then stopped and left them unwashed in the carry bag they came in and they now last upto 1 weeks... Why? I have no idea
    I didn't think grapes could go in the containers, maybe that's why? I have the newest design ones and there is no picture of grapes on the side stickers where it tells you what setting to use.

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    Any tips on the rice cooker? Mine makes inedible hard discs of rice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    Any tips on the rice cooker? Mine makes inedible hard discs of rice!
    I do 300ml of rice 600 of boiling water and microwave on high for about 11 mins. Never had a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CakeyMumma View Post
    Any tips on the rice cooker? Mine makes inedible hard discs of rice!
    1 cup long grain rice, 1.5 cups cold water. Rinse rice well (until rinse water is almost clear) cook for 10 min on high in microwave. Sit for a few minutes before removing lid. Yum
    Yum.

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    Thanks ladies! Sorry for the side track OP


 

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