I’ve been having some fun with Amazon lately. I needed some vitamins (for bone strength!) and found these:
I really, really love canning jars. In fact, over the past year or so I’ve replaced most of our drinking glasses with smaller jars, from salsa (green mountain gringo) and jelly (some fancy french raspberry preserves) mostly.
And then I saw this:
Mason Jar salads! This totally solves my “I want to bring a salad to lunch, but I hate my tupperware because I can never find matching bottoms and lids” problem. Also, all three Things love salads, and in my perfect world, I’d be making mason jar salads Sunday night and put them in the fridge for the week, so the kids could just grab and go.
You build these from the bottom up–salad dressing first, then hard crunchy things: nuts, hard veggies, etc, then softer stuff: eggs or cheese or tofu (or bacon!), then sprouts and top it off with the greens. This weekend I’ll give it a shot. Hopefully our forks are long enough.
As I was placing this order, I had my choice of packaging: FFP or Retail. What, pray tell, is FFP packaging I wondered? It’s this:
Amazon Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
Frustration-Free Certified Packages are easy-to-open and come without hard plastic “clamshell” casings, plastic bindings, and wire ties. Frustration-Free Packaging will protect your product just as well as traditional packaging, and what’s inside is exactly the same. Products with Frustration-Free Packaging can frequently be shipped in their own boxes, without the need for an additional shipping box.
See our current list of items featuring Frustration-Free Packaging.
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OMG! You cannot imagine how happy this made me. What a perfect thing–buying something and opening it and being able to use it within the same DAY! Without needing bandaids afterwards!
I would say it’s the best thing since sliced bread (in fact, I did say that), but then my coworker pointed this out:
According to the many reviews (over 4,003!), this is the best thing since sliced bread. (scroll down for the comments. and don’t blame me for the time suck).
And guess what? I totally forgot to order the vitamins.