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    Finally found a Pitcher!

    Hi everyone!

    I love my iced tea, but haven't found a pitcher that I really like that will not spill, will fit, and won't take up the entire fridge. Maybe I haven't been looking in the right places, and maybe I'm the only one with this issue... BUT.. Just in case others are looking for a smaller 2 Qt(ish) pitcher that will easily store in the door of the RV fridge, I have found it!

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    http://www.containerstore.com/shop/k...uctId=10025914



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    Re: Finally found a Pitcher!

    We've tried different types and now have what we feel is the perfect size and user friendly lid. A 64 oz bottle of V8 juice. After the juice is gone, we've used the bottle for two years so far. The screw on lid keeps the liquid in, contents pour very easy, and two bottles fit in the door or a shelf very nicely.
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    Two quart "flat" apple juice bottles.
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    Re: Finally found a Pitcher!

    Well, I guess I've been schooled.
    I could have been using those the whole time. (I feel a bit foolish.)

    But these work pretty well. Here it is in the fridge. For those who don't want to be environmentally friendly and re-use containers. They had a fancier one with a white lid too- but I felt the seal on this one was a bit better.




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    Re: Finally found a Pitcher!

    I like the wine next to it much more!


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    Re: Finally found a Pitcher!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mizmary View Post
    Hi everyone!

    I love my iced tea, but haven't found a pitcher that I really like that will not spill, will fit, and won't take up the entire fridge. Maybe I haven't been looking in the right places, and maybe I'm the only one with this issue... BUT.. Just in case others are looking for a smaller 2 Qt(ish) pitcher that will easily store in the door of the RV fridge, I have found it!

    pitcher.jpg

    http://www.containerstore.com/shop/k...uctId=10025914



    Mary
    Thank you! We love our iced tea also. We each have our own jugs. Right now the gallon jugs take up the bottom of the fridge. I'll check into this.


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    Re: Finally found a Pitcher!

    Quote Originally Posted by MTPockets View Post
    We've tried different types and now have what we feel is the perfect size and user friendly lid. A 64 oz bottle of V8 juice. After the juice is gone, we've used the bottle for two years so far. The screw on lid keeps the liquid in, contents pour very easy, and two bottles fit in the door or a shelf very nicely.
    I'm going to check this out too! Thanks!


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