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Can these be used in Instantpots?
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Extra discoumt when purchased 3... made $1.85 each

Items (3):$7.80
Shipping & handling:$0.00
Extra Savings:-$1.08
Subscribe & Save:-$1.17
Total before tax:$5.55
Estimated tax to be collected:$0.45

$6.00 total after Tax
Thank you for the tip, worked for me as well!
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Good price on BPA free liners.
Bpa's just one type of compound. It's been replaced with BPS which is actually worse in epidemiological studies
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If you buy these you are a horrible person
Thanks, now I'm in the same boat as you.
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Just ran out and was needing to stock up. Thanks!
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Can these be used in Instantpots?
No, can not be used in a pressure cooker.
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If you buy these you are a horrible person
Ordered 10 just for you.
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Three separate orders with $1 digital No Rush credit. Thanks and repped!
Doing the same, but adding the extra 5% off at checkout for adding to subscribe and save. ends up being $2.24+$1 digital
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Can certainly see some benefit. Especially with greasy stuff, you can just pull the whole thing out rather than find a container to dump the grease, then paper towels to wipe down, then wash.

Also on some older crock pots, they don't have removable Crocks
^ this!

I love crockpots but some of mine are now ancient; two average sized (4qt?), one from 1981 and another old one obtained with year unknown. Newer (still old) 6 or 8qt and the 2 small ones have removable crocks, much easier to clean out because they can be soaked. I've considered tossing the medium ones when there's a baked on, caked on mess!

Does anyone know if these hold up to cooking > refrigerator> back to crockpot for reheating?
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These should be banned along with plastic grocery bags.
Then I'd have no trash bags for the bathrooms Smilie
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Can these be used in Instantpots?
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No, can not be used in a pressure cooker.
I'm curious (don't have instant, nor have I used the liners) but what if you used the instapot on crockpot feature?
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I'm curious (don't have instant, nor have I used the liners) but what if you used the instapot on crockpot feature?
Would probably be fine depending on the seal the pressure cooker lid needs to use crockpot feature/if it's similar to the pressure cooker mode.
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I just cooked stew (well, starting with making my own stock) over a 24 hour period in the same crock pot, without this kind of liner, and it seemed pretty easy to clean.That was with a smaller size, and my experiences with 6+ qt sizes were similar.... pretty simple....

Now, I admit, those older Crock Pots (or any similar cooker with a non-removable pot) can be a bit of a pain to clean, but generally speaking they heat themselves up to a temperature that makes almost everything easy to wash away with just a bit of water and soap and more water.

All that being said, bagged foods boiled for long periods in water are great if you do it right. Great steaks with just a bit of a sear, can make for great nacho dippings/toppings, and other things.
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