Wow, those cuppow things look so cool! I'm totally getting some. Thanks for mentioning it :)
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Here's a cute idea: I've seen these little caddies for displaying or gifting 4 jars of preserves or whatever. I bought one use it to transport my jars of juice to work on my all-juice days. It's kind of corny I know but it cheers me up. It's like having a little juice bar and is an easy way to transport those jars. I found mine at Wal-mart in their canning section.
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I found non-BPA plastic bottles with really secure lids at Krogers (grocery store). They have screw on lids and snap on pour spouts that are really solid and sealed.
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I think the best thing to put anything in is glass but glass can be difficult in that it can break if dropped. I believe it is the safest in terms of chemicals though. Many people use wide mouth mason jars for taking juices, smoothies, and water on the go. That being said, I use BPA free plastic camelbak bottles. At some point I do plan to transition to glass for day to day use. I will probably use plastic for things like biking and hiking. A lot of people feel stainless steel is safe. I just don't trust it. No real rationale for my feelings I just have a strong negative feeling toward stainless steel and I am going with my gut.
Being happy doesn't mean everything is perfect. It means you've decided to look beyond the imperfections. -unknown
I'm looking at getting some portable cups/bottles for my juice on the go and was wondering what's best. I know the aluminum water bottles are popular, but are they good for juices (thinking of acids)? Would plastic be best, like those insulated go cups with straws? Thanks for your input!
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