This is probably a long shot, but does anyone have a good recommendation for a small microwavable, reusable container (preferably plastic or otherwise hard to break)?

I often cook up rice and break it up into ~100g portions, which I freeze and re-heat later. Right now they take up way too much freezer space because I put them in Hillshire Farms containers.

I have a bunch of 4.5” x 4.5” x 2” rubbermade containers that are about the right size, but if I microwave those they usually develop pits or cloudiness.

I’d love something small and shallow like that, but made of gladware or something.

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@alex That’s a good start if the material doesn’t pit in the freezer, but it’s a bit tall. My freezer is one of those ones that has a big drawer that pulls out from the bottom, so vertical space is at a premium.


@alex Or maybe I’m being thrown off by the proportions of the stuff around it. The ones I like are 11cm x 11 cm x 5 cm, and this is 8 x 8 x 6, so maybe it’s not so bad.

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