How To Store 2 Liter Pop Bottles

How To Store 2 Liter Pop Bottles


Interested in an easy way to store pop bottles? That picture shows how to store 2 liter pop bottles easily, and concisely. Each pop flat can hold eight two liter bottles of pop, so we have room for quite a few 2 liters of pop before we run out of storage room!

I have no idea where we got these pop flats – I do know we did not pay the $2 deposit on them. In my opinion this is a very easy, space-saving way to store pop, so even if you need to pay the deposit on 3-4 of these pop-flats and then keep the flat, it would be worth paying for if you regularly store a decent quantity of pop. After all, store containers of any sort are not really cheap, and you could store 24 bottles for as little as a $6 deposit cost!

Do you have any space-saving or interesting stockpile storage ideas?


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Sun Cups – an Alternative to Peanut Butter Cups

Sun Cups - an Alternative to Peanut Butter Cups


Hubby is always looking for new investments. He belongs to various groups and a lot of little sites that deal with either start up companies, or companies that are looking for R&D or new build money.

A few weeks ago, he ran across the Sun Cups story. A man whose child was highly allergic to peanuts contacted Seth Ellis Chocolates and asked if they could make a peanut butter cup, but with sun flower seeds. The owner of Seth Ellis Chocolates took it as a personal challenge, and developed some cups that went over very, VERY well with the man’s children.

One thing led to another, and they decided that there was a real market for these nut-free, gluten-free, certified Kosher, organic cups, and a new product was born.

When Hubby ran across this investment opportunity, asked me what I thought. I figured we’d give ’em a try to see if they were even semi-palatable. We decided that if these were tasty, we’d invest as I know there is a real market for peanut-allergy chocolate alternatives.

The Sun Cups we had were VERY smooth. Hubby wasn’t thrilled with the chocolate, I thought it was pretty good myself. Smooth, not gritty. We both loved the filling. Yes, it tasted like sunflower seeds, but with a sweet twist. These may have begun as an alternative to a peanut butter cup, but all the two have in common is the shape and layering. The sun cups really are their own product.

This is the information on the Milk Chocolate Caramel Cups:

INGREDIENTS: Milk Chocolate* (cane sugar*, cocoa butter*†, whole milk powder*, cocoa liquor*†), Cream*, Cane Sugar*, White Chocolate* (cane sugar*, cocoa butter*†, whole milk powder*), Butter*, Lemon Juice*.
*Organic ingredient. †Rainforest Alliance Certified™.

ALLERGENS: Dairy. Does not contain soy, gluten, peanuts or tree nuts. Our facilities are nut- and gluten-free.

These retail for close to $2 each. However, if you want to give them a try, Sun Cup has this sampler promotion where they will send you one of each: caramel, dark chocolate, milk chocolate and mint for $2.99. If someone you know has peanut or wheat allergies, I would urge you to give them a try!

Needless to say we decided to go with the investment. I don’t think we are alone either as Sun Cups made their raise. There really are an awful lot of people with food allergies looking for a tasty treat that won’t break the bank. I am a firm believer in Peter Lynch’s “invest in what you know” (you should see my portfolio… nothing weird in there!)

Disclosure the links in this post may be affiliate links, and we clearly have an investment in this company.


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