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KEEN Women S Explore Vent Shoe 10 Vintage Indigo Redwood
Features of the KEEN Women's Explore Vent Shoe Removable Dual-Density PU Footbed With Arch Support For Long-Lasting Comfort EVA Midsole For Lightweight Cushioning KEEN. ALL-TERRAIN Rubber Outsole For Higher-Traction Grip 4mm Multi-Directional Lugs For Traction Stability Shank Delivers Lightweight Support KonnectFit Heel-Capture System For A Locked-In Feel Eco Anti-Odor For Freshness
J. England: This ice tray is easily released and easy to handle because of the cover. Only draw back is the cube is a bit smaller. Not a problem really but just know that is the case. I am glad I bought but a bit pricey for sure. haven't used long enough to know how soon the plastic will crack..hope not soon.
Jenn's Mom: I like the weight of the trays and the shape of the cubes and am really enjoying having the covers. Don't have to worry about stacking the trays and spilling. Great product.
joaneebalonee: After seeing dust in our ice cubes...gross!...we decided we needed a covered ice cube tray and this OXO one was just the ticket! OXO is a solid brand in the kitchen goods world, and this product did not disappoint. The lid is easy to get on and off, and definitely keeps the dust out of our ice. Yay!
Joan K Ryan: This ice cube tray with cover is wonderful for freezing fresh herbs. The cover allows me to place it in the freezer without worrying that something will spill it or drop into it.
JO: I have an automatic ice maker in the freezer, so making ice isn't a typical necessity unless I want large cubes. For that purpose, I have silicone trays in two sizes. When I need to freeze small amounts of foods like pesto or tomato sauce, I grab my pair of OXO Good Grips Ice Cube Trays and go to town. These are more sturdy than any other trays I've seen and the lids slide on and off pretty comfortably. It is not a slippery slide, so I'm not concerned about much leakage if they are not placed in the freezer in a perfect position. I most recently used them for freezing the whey from a yogurt cheesemaking endeavor and had no problem. I filled both trays and had a little left over which I put in a 2 ounce paper cup. When frozen, I removed the lids, then put the tray upside down inside a gallon size freezer bag, twisted the tray gently and out popped each frozen section of frozen when. I washed the trays by hand, as always, then ran them through the dishwasher only because I was running it anyway and there was enough space on the top rack for all four pieces. I've had these trays for years and they still look as good as the day of purchase. For baby food or pureed food for the elderly or infirm, these can aid in preparing and storing small portions. If you use the technique of freezing and then placing the sections in another container or bag, you're ready. I've also frozen fresh herbs in water for use in soups. Great trays.