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Best way to bring smoothies to work?

arielleeve Jan 1, 2014 04:57 PM

Looking for suggestions about what kind of vessel is best for transporting smoothies to work. Ideally it's something leakproof (I commute via subway) and from which I can also drink easily (i.e. with a spout or straw of some sort).

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    autumm Jan 2, 2014 08:21 PM

    Sounds crazy, but my Contego insulated coffee mugs are my favorite way to go. Insulated (an ice cube in one still has a frozen remnant at the end of the day, long after I'm done with the smoothie), spill resistant, stainless steel, and you can chug smoothie with people thinking you are just having some coffee. In my field, coffee is okay, smoothie makes you weird. Mine holds about 14 oz. I bought mine as a 2 pack at costco a year or two ago.

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      poser Jan 2, 2014 03:17 PM

      Have you given any thought to bringing your blender to work? Bring your ingredients then blend it immediately before you want to drink.

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        RoxyGrl Jan 2, 2014 07:39 AM

        I love the Klean Kanteen products. The insulated bottles have all sorts of lid options - some of which are spill proof while others are not. An extra benefit is that it will keep the contents cold for hours.

        If you have an REI near you they carry bottles and lids


        1. rmarisco Jan 1, 2014 05:56 PM


          "go cheap or go home"???

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            arielleeve Jan 1, 2014 06:00 PM

            Was thinking of that, problem is I can't toss it in my bag during the commute -- would have to keep it upright somehow which isn't always the easiest...

            1. re: arielleeve
              DebinIndiana Jan 1, 2014 07:32 PM

              If you like the Ball jar solution, take a look at this: http://www.amazon.com/reCAP-Mason-Jar...

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                rmarisco Jan 2, 2014 07:20 PM

                i'm gonna get me one of them! or maybe 5.... thanks for the link!

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                  DebinIndiana Jan 2, 2014 08:17 PM

                  You're welcome. I think it is genious, too -- my kids got me a couple for Christmas last year.

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            LisaN Jan 1, 2014 05:11 PM

            I like these http://www.tervis.com/product-menu

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              foodieX2 Jan 1, 2014 05:10 PM

              I really love the basic camel back ones with the straw.


              However for super thick smoothies where a straw doesn't cut these are good too.


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