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Source for spice jars?

LateToTheGameLateToTheGame Posts: 10
edited October 2012 in Sauces, Rubs, Marinades
Looking for a recommended source online for those plastic jars the spices come in. 4-8 ounces. Sister owns restaurant soi like to raid her spice selection:) Also make my own dry rubs that i like to keep on hand.

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  • And i did a search first! Maybe not a thorough search, but i did attempt a search:)
  • GrannyX4GrannyX4 Posts: 1,465
    I use 1/2 pint canning jars for my homemade spices. Just thought I would pass it along as an alternative.
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  • Richard FlRichard Fl Posts: 7,903
    Here is one source.


    I have friends save them and then recycle:


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  • lwrehmlwrehm Posts: 205
    We also use 1/2 pint mason jars, and they work great.  We do go thru a whole lot of spices in the house, good thing we live/work close to both The Spice House and Penzey's (both in Milwaukee) so we can stop it on a regular basis.
  • Penzey's also sells several sizes of bottles (glass).
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  • mark11mark11 Posts: 52
    I got some here
    http://spicebarn.com/
  • Glass not plastic
  • SkiddymarkerSkiddymarker Posts: 7,190
    GrannyX4 said:
    I use 1/2 pint canning jars for my homemade spices. Just thought I would pass it along as an alternative.
    Like this the best, the jars are virtually airtight and the spice rubs seem to keep very well. I use the plastic shakers for applying the rub/spice like @Richard_FL....
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  • horsefleshhorseflesh Posts: 204
    I use the 6 oz jars from this place:
    http://www.sks-science.com/glass-laboratory-jars-p-2028.html

    These lab jars seem to be completely airtight, I submerged one for a while to test it. The mouth is also wide enough to easily admit a tablespoon. A 6 oz max capacity means that I have enough of most spices on hand for nearly anything, while keeping overstock in the freezer where it won't go bland.

    Lastly, the white metal jar tops work great with dry-erase markers for temporarily labeling your rub creations.

    Shipping basically doubles the catalog price, unfortunately. They do free shipping on big orders though, if you know anyone else with a jar fetish.

  • lwrehmlwrehm Posts: 205
    Just an idea that I have found works great for me...I use 1/2 pint Mason Jars.  I built a rack that will hold both 1/2 pint and pint jars (for more often used spices), buy all my spices at the Spice House in downtown Milwaukee and use the labels they provide.
  • Z_EggineerZ_Eggineer Posts: 569
    My spice rack:

    Jars:
    http://www.specialtybottle.com/

    Magnets & Labels:

    Magnetic Board
    - IKEA

  • bvcbvc Posts: 37
    Kenmore, WA
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  • pswarrenpswarren Posts: 92
    We retail these. They are 8.4oz and 4oz plastic. If you are interested in these shoot me a message and let me know how many you might be interested in and I will get back to you with a price.
  • Cost Plus World Market sells them too if you have one close by (glass with shaker lids)

  • watergirlbwatergirlb Posts: 21
    Looking for a recommended source online for those plastic jars the spices come in. 4-8 ounces. Sister owns restaurant soi like to raid her spice selection:) Also make my own dry rubs that i like to keep on hand.
    I have seen them in my local grocery store, Ingles.  they keep them in the produce section.  for my rubs that I make I use pint canning jars and lids, easy to clean and keeps everything nicley.
  • GA_DawgsGA_Dawgs Posts: 273
    http://www.fillmorecontainer.com/Glass-Spice-Jars-4-oz-Paragon-P96.aspx?g=true they have just about every jar you could want and they are dirt cheap too!
  • Mama RoneckMama Roneck Posts: 356
    Ikea
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