I love almost anything pyrex. My only complaint with them is the lids tend to ware out early. They crack. I think the less the lids go in the dishwasher the longer they last.
You might think.....big deal...just plastic bowls. However, these bowls have a few little features that make them great. They have a rubber ring on the bottom so they don't slide around, a pouring spout, a handle that enables a good grip. For what I've used them for, I could hold the full weight of the bowl with one hand from the handle. They're rated to go into the dishwasher, but I usually clean them by hand so I have not tested that yet. They are very, very, slightly textured inside which helps mixing dry ingredients, and they are also clearly marked on capacity. The capacity indicated measures all the way to the very brim of the bowl, so there's no estimating. I have an engineering background so I really appreciate the details of the design and I think you will too. For a simple bowl, it is tremendously well thought out and made. I may even buy another set.
This is a well-built tool for straining noodles from water or grease from meats. It is made for pots and pans with 12 inch or less diameter, but fits inside my larger fry pan when I try to strain grease from cooked hamburger or sausage. I can use this tool instead of a colander while cooking. Washes up nicely without any problem in the dishwasher.
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