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Plastic free ice cubes

Discussion in 'Community Cookbook' started by Sujoe123, Nov 23, 2016.

  1. Sujoe123

    Sujoe123 New Member

    Use Ramekin cups to freeze ice. They can be found in glass or ceramic and they stack nicely on a cookie sheet. You have to allow for a few minutes of thawing to dump them out to store in a glass bowl. These are the little cups that creme brulee and puddings are made in individual serving sizes. You can purchase them cheaply at a restaurant supplier. I think I paid about $30 for 50 of them.
     
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  2. Sujoe123

    Sujoe123 New Member

    It seems that with all the warnings of plastics that someone would have created an impact-resistant glass reusable ice cube that is partially filled with water to allow expansion for freezing. My daughter and I look for these online every few months and so far nobody has manufactured them! I think it would be a great idea!
     
  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Pyrex works too
     
  4. Sujoe123

    Sujoe123 New Member

    Pyrex was the word I was looking for but I could not remember it so I said impact-resistant:))
     
  5. Sajid Mahmood

    Sajid Mahmood Mo Salah

    Silicone must be okay to use
     

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