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If you're making shredded anything, make sure not to shred in the crock pot or you'll rip the bag. Even if it does rip, it makes cleaning out tge crock pot much easier.
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What is a phalate? Whether chemicals are leeching would depend on the type of plastic. Polyethylene, which is what these are made out of, contain no phthalates.

All plastics melt at high temperatures, the different types of plastic can have different melting points. Small amounts of plastic will leach into your food at cooking temperatures regardless the type of plastic it is. BPA is only one of the many different compounds that breaks off in heat that we know of is harmful to us. There are others we just done know about the effects they have on us yet. To me, its never a good idea to mix plastic and heat with your food, but that's just me.
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EEK!
There's a lot of ableist BS comments in this thread

ableism is the discrimination against people with disabilities. Are you inferring laziness as a disability? laugh out loud
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ableism is the discrimination against people with disabilities. Are you inferring laziness as a disability? https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-LOL.gif
The inference that using something which may made a person's life easier labels them a lazy person is an ableist comment. And just because able-bodied people use those innovations doesn't make them lazy, it frees up their time for things they enjoy more than standing over a sink scrubbing gunk out of a pot. That's smart time management.

With your attitude, I'm going to assume you:
  • walk everywhere instead of using a motorized vehicle...
  • don't use modern grocery stores but rather raise and grow all your own food (including butchering, cleaning, canning)...
  • grow the cotton, weave/spin the thread/yarn, and create your own clothing...
  • drag your laundry down to the creek and wash it with homemade soap against a washboard... otherwise you're just lazy by your own standards.


Innovations can make our lives easier but for some people it allows them to do things they otherwise might not have been physically able to do prior.

I know plenty of people who have the ability to toss misc foods into a pot and turn it on but don't have the physical ability to stand at a sink scrubbing a pot for an indefinite time. Things as simple as these liners means they don't have dishes piling, preventing added stress to their situation.


I hope this helped you learn something new today.
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How Dare You!
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The small size liners are also reduced to $1.22 and an additional 5% with the subscribe & save makes it $1.16.

Reynolds Kitchens Premium Small Slow Cooker Liners, 10.5x17.5 Inch, 5 Count
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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...
Ehh no, it's actually not alot of work at all. The heat and water does most of the work while I am asleep or doing other productive things. Energy use of a crock pot is negligible. And I don't have to worry about boiled plastic from a liner leeching into my food, or contributing more plastic waste to the landfills or oceans just for my convenience
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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...
This is such a beautiful reply

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Ehh no, it's actually not alot of work at all. The heat and water does most of the work while I am asleep or doing other productive things. Energy use of a crock pot is negligible. And I don't have to worry about boiled plastic from a liner leeching into my food, or contributing more plastic waste to the landfills or oceans just for my convenience
Not only do they not get crockpot liners, they don't get sarcasm either
Laugh
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Thanks OP! Ordered 3 in 3 separate S&S orders
What does S&S mean? I am fairly new to this site Smilie
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What does S&S mean? I am fairly new to this site Smilie
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The small size liners are also reduced to $1.22 and an additional 5% with the subscribe & save makes it $1.16.

Reynolds Kitchens Premium Small Slow Cooker Liners, 10.5x17.5 Inch, 5 Count
Thanks!
In for $1.22 - .06 S&S = $1.16 plus $1 no rush
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I'm surprised to read so much reluctance or confusion in this thread. These are one of a handful of game changers in my kitchen. We went from doing the crock pot a couple times a year to basically once a week. Anything except beans or clear soups gets a liner. Saves a ton of soaking and/or taking up half the dishwasher.
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Just curious if anyone of you have tried rice using th liner and does it cook properly or does the rice get sticky?

I can make perfect rice on the stove and perfect steamed rice in the oven but in the crockpot it's just serviceable. Wondering if the liner will not only help with cleanup but perhaps make better rice.
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