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White Porcelain Soy Sauce Pitcher

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The perfect way to present soy sauce with sushi, dim sum and more—versatile white porcelain complements any décor and it’s great for olive oil and salad dressing too. Safe for microwave and dishwasher.Read More

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EXCLUSIVE The perfect way to present soy sauce with sushi, dim sum and more—versatile white porcelain complements any décor and it’s great for olive oil and salad dressing too. Safe for microwave and dishwasher.

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  • An ideal way to present soy sauce at the table.
  • Versatile white porcelain complements any décor.
  • Also great for olive oil and salad dressing.
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe.
  • 5-oz. capacity.
  • 4" tall with lid.
  • Made in China.
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This is great. I use stove side while I am cooking and table side incase wanted to add some to what they are eating. I also use it with milk in it for my weekend coffee.

Suggestion: put your finger over the top when you tip the pitcher for safety sake.

Really like it.
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February 28, 2015
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I have one of these which I use for soy sauce. I have been looking unsuccessfully for a small olive oil dispenser for specialty oils and have not been able to find any with a porcelain finish to keep out the light. I think this will be perfect.
Judith L on Jan 15, 2016
nice look for the table
Elizabeth M on Feb 11, 2015
eat a lot of sushi
CINDY S on Mar 6, 2015
cool idea
Marcia S on Feb 4, 2015
How do you remove the lid? My pitcher lid is stuck
A shopper on Feb 25, 2015
Best Answer: Rotate and lift the lid. When the notch lines up the lid will lift right off. This feature prevents the lid from falling off when you pour.
Reply · Report · Lora B on Feb 25, 2015
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