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6-Count Reynolds Kitchens Premium Slow Cooker Liners (13"x21") EXPIRED

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These are not good, we bought some of them to use for cooking beans overnight. All six we used failed. They let water under the liner and when the water boiled and turned to steam, the liner rose and pushed water and beans out of the crock pot and all over the counter. Would not recommend, except to my MIL.
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Sometimes there's no reasonable alternative to using plastic like with coffee makers but slow cooking food in plastic for hours just to avoid having to clean out the pot is just pure laziness and harmful for the environment with all the waste created
I mean you're right. Our laziness is increasingly adding to our garbage problem. But tbh I'm still finna bite and try because I'd still rather have it easy to clean.
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It takes less than a minute to clean a slow cooker, for easier cleanup leave to soak then scrap away. This seems unnecessary.
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Sometimes there's no reasonable alternative to using plastic like with coffee makers but slow cooking food in plastic for hours just to avoid having to clean out the pot is just pure laziness and harmful for the environment with all the waste created
Hence the reduced price to clear out their warehouse.
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If you have no problem cleaning your crock pot or don't want to use plastic to cook food, because of chemicals or environmental concerns, move to the next bargain. Others may appreciate the deal and not have those concerns, not every deal is for every person.
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I've been using these liners for many years and can't recall ever having one faiI or any problems with them at all. I'm apparently one of those lazy people who don't care about the environment because I go through a box a week and I have no intention of giving them up. I use a slow-cooker nearly every day to cook fresh chicken or turkey for my dogs. My older model takes at least 15 minutes to scrub out by hand (after soaking), so not only are liners a huge time-saver for me but I'm also saving energy by not using the oven. Is it really necessary or helpful to comment on the choices of others just because you might not agree?
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Lifesaver! My morning is hectic and this is really helpful.
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Pressure cookers made slow cookers obsolete. Pass
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I've been using these liners for many years and can't recall ever having one faiI or any problems with them at all. I'm apparently one of those lazy people who don't care about the environment because I go through a box a week and I have no intention of giving them up. I use a slow-cooker nearly every day to cook fresh chicken or turkey for my dogs. My older model takes at least 15 minutes to scrub out by hand (after soaking), so not only are liners a huge time-saver for me but I'm also saving energy by not using the oven. Is it really necessary or helpful to comment on the choices of others just because you might not agree?
Time to buy a new slow cooker. They are like $9.99 for a new one. Forget the liners.
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Exactly why I've been buying them since they first came out. Works great with meals that seem to generate grease such as some ribs, and if I use any kind of BBQ type sauce, it seems to bake a nice ring around the top that requires elbow grease - I don't like the crock hanging out soaking, I want it gone when I'm done cooking.
I just fill mine half full of water along with some vinegar and leave it on high heat for a few hours or overnight. Steams all the gunk and makes it fall right off.
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I just fill mine half full of water along with some vinegar and leave it on high heat for a few hours or overnight. Steams all the gunk and makes it fall right off.
Sounds like a lot of work! You have to leave the crock pot running for hours with vinegar and water? That's pretty wasteful of your resources and energy.

You should try out some crock pot liners, I hear Amazon has them on sale...
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EEK!
There's a lot of ableist BS comments in this thread
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Mmmm I love the taste of plasticizer in my food...
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These are not good, we bought some of them to use for cooking beans overnight. All six we used failed. They let water under the liner and when the water boiled and turned to steam, the liner rose and pushed water and beans out of the crock pot and all over the counter. Would not recommend, except to my MIL.
Slow cooker should not be hot enough to boil water.
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Pressure cookers made slow cookers obsolete. Pass
As a general comment, disagree. If you specify an instapot or clone, id agree, since most have a crock pot function. There are probably some minor function difference as far as stone vs steel for hot/cold spots and thermal density vs insulation for travel, but instapot wins on programmability, ruggedness, and overall flexibility and ease of use.
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