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Hario Skerton - add a jar
snwcmpr
I just found that the Dukes mayonnaise jar I got at the grocery store fits the Hario.
No need to carry the glass when traveling or backpacking.
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allenb
We're going to need instructions on best practice for least troublesome method for getting rid of the mayonnaise while traveling or backpacking.

Allen
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snwcmpr wrote:

I just found that the Dukes mayonnaise jar I got at the grocery store fits the Hario.
No need to carry the glass when traveling or backpacking.


Am I correctly assuming the Dukes jar is plastic thus eliminating the hazard associated with glass?
So many beans; so little time....
renatoa
This works for Skerton only, right ?
Mini has a different jar/thread I think...
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snwcmpr
Yes and yes.
Plastic to eliminate the breaking of the glass when hiking, and it is the Skerton.
It worked on a weekend hammock hanging adventure into the forest.
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