This All-in-One Leak-Proof Container Can Be Used for Cooking, Storing, and Taking Food On the Go

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Trying to remember which of your bowls are oven-safe, microwave-safe, and dishwasher-safe is just one small element of the circus-caliber juggling act that goes on in the kitchen. BesoVida is here to save you with its multi-talented (not to mention aesthetically pleasing) bowls.

The bowls, available now on Kickstarter, can withstand temperatures from 392°F all the way down to -22°F, so you can use them in the oven and freezer without fear of regular burn or freezer burn. They’re also heat- and impact-resistant as well as metal-free, so you can feel free to pop them in the microwave and dishwasher. And that’s just the beginning—the BesoVida engineers thought of virtually every feature to ensure that you never love another bowl again.


Have you ever unwittingly scalded yourself by taking a bowl straight from the microwave with your bare hands? BesoVida’s heat-insulated base and thick wall will protect you when you fail to protect yourself. Have you ever tossed warm leftovers in the fridge, only to find a sodden, soggy mess on your hands when you’re ready for round two? The tiny hole in the top of the lid allows steam to escape, keeping your food from losing its crispness.

Speaking of the lid, it’s completely watertight, so your butternut squash soup won’t seep through any spaces between the bowl and the lid. It’s one of two features that make the bowl essentially spill-proof—it’s also curved in just slightly at the rim, so you won’t accidentally spoon your ice cream out of the bowl, onto the floor, and likely into the mouth of your opportunistic dog.


The bowls are manufactured from BPA-, BPS-, lead-, and PVC-free silicone which, in layman’s terms, means that they’re safer for you and the environment. It also means that your to-die-for homemade spaghetti sauce won’t stain the bowls with that unappetizing orange tint characteristic of many plastic containers. The manufacturers have also added Japanese ionic silver particles into the silicone mixture, which drastically reduces bacterial growth.

The bowls fit inside each other in Russian-nesting-doll fashion, so you’ll never again have to jam all of your containers into one cabinet, only to hear the stack come tumbling down as soon as you’ve closed the door.

Last, the minimalist design and muted colors make the bowls ideal for serving, where they’ll add to the decor of your table settings while ensuring that the focus stays on the food. Prices start at $20 for December delivery, and you can check out the full list of purchasing options on Kickstarter.

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