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Then I'd have no trash bags for the bathrooms Smilie
You could always weave used straws together. :-)
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Plastic ban banning is rediculous as most people reuse it for other purposes such as small container trash bags. So now super markets use less bags, but consumers buy more bags, net environmental gain is nill .
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BTW I have never used this product, but it might be similar to the turkey bags.
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madmax718BTW I have never used this product, but it might be similar to the turkey bags.
I've used the turkey roasting bags for years and swear by them! Have never had a dry turkey!
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You could always weave used straws together. :-)
Wouldn't know where to get plastic straws, I use stainless.
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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.
Can't seriously compare stew or soups with baked on, caked on BBQ meats and other more solid foods.
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I use these bags because my crockpot leaves a ring of food even when cleaned properly, but they are also great to cool down food. I live alone, so usually make enough in the crockpot for 4 meals, and often soups and sauces which could take forever to cool down...I take the bag out and put it in a bowl of ice so it will cool the food rapidly without the threat of bacterial growth or putting hot containers in the fridge. Soups and sauces create the right anerobic environment for bacterical growth and need to be cooled properly.
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Anything that lets you use less water when cleaning seems like a great idea in an ever more thirsty world...
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excellent value thank you very much
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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?
As someone else stated, as long as you are not trying to create a seal for pressure it probably will work. Only issue may be the shape of the bags. An instantpot is round vs most crockpots are more of an elongated oval and that is how the bags are cut.
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I never found our slow cooker that difficult to clean out. I guess this would be good for using for a really cheesy recipe
Also useful when you take your cooker some where. My wife's work does a luncheon a few times a year where everyone brings their specialty. She always takes something she can do in a slow cooker so it can easily stay warm for several hours since not everyone eats at the same time. Makes it easy to clean up there by just pulling the bag out and throwing away.
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Unless you have a slow cooker from the 80's, these seem to be totally useless? All my slow cookers are extremely easy to clean and none cost me more then $15 on black friday (One was free, the others were $8 and $15). So... it seems like a much more economical option to just throw your old hard to clean slow cooker away and get a new one that's easy to clean.
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You can order as many as you want in a single order and coupon will apply per item.
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Say what you will positive or negative about these liners, but I always try and have them on hand because it makes clean-up so much easier. The ability to remove the mess and not have to soak/scrub/intensely clean the Crockpot insert is a win to me. I have only had like one (1) fail,and that wasn't too bad either.

These are great at preventing the dried food caked on area at the top of your liquid line that can be the worst to clean.

But to each their own.
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Wouldn't know where to get plastic straws, I use stainless.
Weave the stainless ones for a reusable environmentally friendly bag.
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Plastic ban banning is rediculous as most people reuse it for other purposes such as small container trash bags. So now super markets use less bags, but consumers buy more bags, net environmental gain is nill .
I agree!
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