I am always in search of ways to make food storage easier, recently I shared a tip for making a mason jar lid from things in the kitchen. It was a good tip, but this one is a little better.
Today we show a DIY mason jar lid cut from a orange juice container. It makes poring simpler, and is an all around better tip. As Genny says in the video, we saw this on survival blog and wanted to share.
I tend to visit Survival Blog very often, and Rawles even wrote the introduction to one of my books.
This is not the first mason jar tip we have shown.
We also used the top of a salt container as a lid. Something else that works well is the top off of a Parmesan lid. It is interesting and useful to note that many grocery tops are interchangeable is you are paying attention. Mayonnaise jar lids are also pretty close to the threads on a mason jar.
We have also bought different types of lids from jars that had fruit infusers, to sprouting holes, places to hold straws. The mason jar is an ingenious invention, and that product has been improved by all the different lids created for it.