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[Non-Members Too] MIU 3-pack Silicone Baking Liner on Clearance $14.97

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[Non-Members Too] MIU 3-pack Silicone Baking Liner on Clearance $14.97

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On clearance, you do not need to be a Costco member to purchase.

This seems to be a better deal than the Amazon Basics silicone baking sheet that was very popular last Prime Day.

The brand of this silicone baking sheet is MIU which appears to be from France.
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Bought this in-store for the same price. Works well for what it is. I have to admit, most of the time, I still reach for my kirkland parchment paper when cooking.
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Can we cut this and use inside Air Fryer?
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moulamou wrote: Bought this in-store for the same price. Works well for what it is. I have to admit, most of the time, I still reach for my kirkland parchment paper when cooking.
Why though?
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Chicken wings don't stick to the parchment, but do to the silicone. All the salt and pepper coating comes right off. :(
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Gr4v1ty wrote: Why though?
Convenience. I can throw my parchment in the compost afterwards and don’t have to clean the greasy silicone.
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kunamvahees wrote: Can we cut this and use inside Air Fryer?
Don't use knives or other sharp objects on the baking mat. Also, don't cut it. ... Most silicone baking mats have a fiberglass mesh sandwiched between the layers of silicone. Cutting the mats could cause the fiberglass to get into your food.
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webeye wrote: For non stick mats etc etc see here

https://www.amazon.ca/reusable-parchmen ... ment+paper

Imo it's better to get the Costco one due to their return policy if you're a member and because this is cheaper than many of the options on Amazon. Not to mention that with Costco you can be reasonably assured that you're getting quality materials and good build quality unlike some of the dodgy Amazon sellers.
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My post was merely to show the various non stick products out there....that I was not even aware of.
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yonoid wrote: Don't use knives or other sharp objects on the baking mat. Also, don't cut it. ... Most silicone baking mats have a fiberglass mesh sandwiched between the layers of silicone. Cutting the mats could cause the fiberglass to get into your food.
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moulamou wrote: Convenience. I can throw my parchment in the compost afterwards and don’t have to clean the greasy silicone.
Same.. while these do have their place (and I still use them), sometimes they are more of a pain to wash while it's flopping around in the sink.. it's a process:

Soap on scrubbie sponge, lather one side of mat, rinse and flip - do the other side, rinse - first side now has mild oily sheen from sink, so do it again, rinse again.

sometimes parchment or aluminum foil is way more convenient.:)
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If the mats are really greasy usually ill wipe them with a napkin to absorb the grease and then sponge and soap.

I bought off Amazon smaller size ones for my toaster oven.
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How do these compare to the Silpat branded ones?
I guess these are better for baking than cooking?
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moulamou wrote: Convenience. I can throw my parchment in the compost afterwards and don’t have to clean the greasy silicone.
This may not be for everyone as every municipality is different. Be sure to check your local municipality's compost bin rules before tossing parchment paper in the compost. For example, Toronto's compost bin rules allow for plastic bags. But not parchment paper.
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Yes. Majority of parchment is coated with silicone, and... anything contaminated with food/oil is not recyclable, it is garbage.
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eelfliw wrote: This may not be for everyone as every municipality is different. Be sure to check your local municipality's compost bin rules before tossing parchment paper in the compost. For example, Toronto's compost bin rules allow for plastic bags. But not parchment paper.
Thanks ill look into it!
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These are awesome, really easy to clean too. Aren't too floppy. I saw these in store at the still creek drive location in Burnaby BC, for on clearance at $9.97 about a month ago. Almost grabbed a 2nd set at that price, but I literally have no use for a 2nd set. Haven't noticed them since.
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mfu1026 wrote: These are awesome, really easy to clean too. Aren't too floppy. I saw these in store at the still creek drive location in Burnaby BC, for on clearance at $9.97 about a month ago. Almost grabbed a 2nd set at that price, but I literally have no use for a 2nd set. Haven't noticed them since.
Do you mean the same 3-pack at only $9.97?
If it is, where inside the Still Creek location did you find them?

Thanks in advance.

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