If you've ever worked in a restaurant (or if you've loving "The Bear" on Hulu)
you've likely seen professional chefs store things in (or drink water out of) plastic deli containers. Jeanne Chang
, chef and co-owner of Lil' Pop Shop
, a small-batch artisan popsicle and pie shop in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, says using these clear, stackable containers helps bring some order to her fridge and pantry.
"I use clear pint and quart containers for keeping prepped ingredients," Chang said.Chef Adam Witt
, better known as Omnivorous Adam
, also loves deli containers and suggests using them at home even if you aren't a professional cook.
"I just recently posted an entire YouTube video
dedicated to deli containers and why I love them," Witt told HuffPost. "They’re affordable, stackable, expendable and see-through, which makes purposing the pantry or examining which ingredients you do/don’t have a lot easier."
This set come with 44 containers in 8-, 16- and 32-ounce sizes. They're freezer- and microwave-safe, leak-proof and airtight.