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

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Amazon has 2-Pack 6-Count Reynolds Kitchens Slow Cooker Liners (13"x21") on sale for $4.14 when following the instructions below. Shipping is free with Prime or orders $25 or more.

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    • This package contains twelve Reynolds Kitchens Slow Cooker Liners, each measuring 13 x 21 inches to fit 3- to 8-quart round and oval slow cookers.
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Personally, I don't necessarily trust cooking food in plastics, especially soft plastics. Sure, they're "food grade", but plastics and heat and food are just never a good combination in my head. And no, I'm not a scientist.

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Didn't even know these things existed! Just used my crockpot two days ago and took forever to soak/wash. I'd pay twice as much if it does what it says it can!
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Quote from wreptyle :
Didn't even know these things existed! Just used my crockpot two days ago and took forever to soak/wash. I'd pay twice as much if it does what it says it can!
These are a lifesaver in the crockpot!!
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Cheaper at sams and other stores
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Quote from wreptyle :
Didn't even know these things existed! Just used my crockpot two days ago and took forever to soak/wash. I'd pay twice as much if it does what it says it can!
Personally, I don't necessarily trust cooking food in plastics, especially soft plastics. Sure, they're "food grade", but plastics and heat and food are just never a good combination in my head. And no, I'm not a scientist.
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Quote from Tbl5143 :
Personally, I don't necessarily trust cooking food in plastics, especially soft plastics. Sure, they're "food grade", but plastics and heat and food are just never a good combination in my head. And no, I'm not a scientist.
someone should test it
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Quote from Tbl5143 :
Personally, I don't necessarily trust cooking food in plastics, especially soft plastics. Sure, they're "food grade", but plastics and heat and food are just never a good combination in my head. And no, I'm not a scientist.
Exactly. Plastics always leaches something when heated up. It might be bpa free but that's not the only thing to worry about. Just play it safe and cook it in the bowl. Rinse and put in the dishwasher after. It's really not that hard to clean. Also, prevents further plastics from going in the landfill.
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Also good for cutting down on various odors when shipping
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Great for lining a crock pot when using nacho cheese. That stuff is gross to clean up. I use a bag for the pot and one for the lid. Makes clean up done in 2 min
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Quote from Tbl5143 :
Personally, I don't necessarily trust cooking food in plastics, especially soft plastics. Sure, they're "food grade", but plastics and heat and food are just never a good combination in my head. And no, I'm not a scientist.
According to the latest research, the safest plastics for use with food are high-density polyethylene, low-density polyethylene, and polypropylene. Virtually all sous vide bags simular to these, which is used for cooking, are made from these plastics, as are most brand-name food storage bags and plastic wraps such as Saran Wrap. Polyethylene is widely used in containers for biology and chemistry labs, and it has been studied extensively. It is safe. Bags made expressly for cooking sous vide are perfectly safe as slow cooker bags, popular brands of zip-top bags, and stretchy plastics such as Saran wrap. If you remain hesitant to using food grade plastics like Saran Wrap and Ziplock, there's Tupperware... Oops, plastic too. So there's Corning Ware and stainless steel straws. Good thing that $7500 EV credit passed the Senate. Same day EV makers raised their EV prices by $8000. Me, I'm not scrubbing a crock pot if I don't have too. I'd rather die on a different hill.
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Or if you're like me and you've never tried them and not sure if you like them, you might want to opt for one pack for less than $3… (after you clip the coupon)

Reynolds Kitchens Slow Cooker Liners, Regular (Fits 3-8 Quarts), 6 Count https://a.co/d/0623A3M
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Exactly. Plastics always leaches something when heated up. It might be bpa free but that's not the only thing to worry about. Just play it safe and cook it in the bowl. Rinse and put in the dishwasher after. It's really not that hard to clean. Also, prevents further plastics from going in the landfill.
Source?
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Not showing S&S. Not getting the 1.90 off.
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