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[Costco] Cookina reusable grilling sheets 3pk - $9.97 (YMMV)

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[Costco] Cookina reusable grilling sheets 3pk - $9.97 (YMMV)

Cookina reusable BBQ grilling sheets 3pk on clearance at Costco heartland for 9.97. for same price they have 4 pk grilling packets.
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I've never seen these before.. what materials is this made from?
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I've bought these for about $10 at Michael's earlier in the summer
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This stuff works really well. We use it on our baking sheets to keep things from sticking to the backing sheets.

I bought a few rolls a couple of years ago and cut down to size to fit our cookie sheets.
I've only had to throw one out, since I used it on a hot BBQ.
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Does anyone know what the difference is between the BBQ sheets and the oven grilling sheets? Can't find an answer on their website either.
Local Costco (Surrey) has only the BBQ ones on sale
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We used one on the BBQ this summer, worked good, but it's a pain to clean, since it is flimsy and bigger than our sink. I found it easier to lay it flat on the counter stop and give it a scour, then rinse it.
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jackass_ca wrote: We used one on the BBQ this summer, worked good, but it's a pain to clean, since it is flimsy and bigger than our sink. I found it easier to lay it flat on the counter stop and give it a scour, then rinse it.
I have laid it flat, removed as much as possible with a piece of paper towel into the compost, then soak in hot soapy water for 10-15 minutes, and then scrub it with a sponge flat on the bottom of the sink while rolling it.

The sheets have been fantastic for keeping things clean; have used them in the oven and on the BBQ.
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sure they work but are they really necessary when you can just use disposal foil you can also get from costco for around the same price. for foil, you don't have to wash them, not to mention that very likely these have the same amount of life than the whole big roll of foil from costco
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RadioDude wrote: sure they work but are they really necessary when you can just use disposal foil you can also get from costco for around the same price. for foil, you don't have to wash them, not to mention that very likely these have the same amount of life than the whole big roll of foil from costco
This is the exact reason why I didn't buy them. Then I also saw the poor reviews on costco.ca
https://www.costco.ca/Cookina-BBQ-Grill ... 76363.html
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Jul 7, 2013
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I've used their baking sheets which work great (the glossy "presentation" one is poor as it shows creases immediately). I'm using another brand bbq sheet and really enjoy it so at this price, picked up a pack - thx for the share OP! Never would have seen them as I usually walk the food aisles.

Lots in Barrhaven locale.

cheers,
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I've seen the grilling sheets and the grilling bags both discounted, and sitting in the discount pile for more than a week. I think these were a hard sell, and I doubt you'll ever see them again, so if you liked them pick up an extra pack now.
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Costco has silicone sheets as well on their shelves. The Cookina products are made from a different material (PTFE I think).
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Globedeal wrote: Costco has silicone sheets as well on their shelves. The Cookina products are made from a different material (PTFE I think).
If its PTFE, check out The Devil We Know on Netflix, and then don't buy it.
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Skillshot wrote: If its PTFE, check out The Devil We Know on Netflix, and then don't buy it.
I'd be open to you offering some spoilers. What's the issue?
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In a nutshell Teflon was proven to cause birth defects. Anything similar chemically we should assume to be just as dangerous. I wouldn't use those products if you paid me.
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Ottomaddox wrote: I've seen the grilling sheets and the grilling bags both discounted, and sitting in the discount pile for more than a week. I think these were a hard sell, and I doubt you'll ever see them again, so if you liked them pick up an extra pack now.
I think you're right, I've seen entire stacks of these in retail boxes at my local costco liquidator/surplus outlet and nobody is touching them
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Bought a pack last weekend - tried one this week with a full fillet of salmon on my gas BBQ.
Results were great with one caveat - it's very difficult to flip a full fillet of salmon - I ended up cutting it into thirds while it was cooking with a plastic spatula (as not to damage the sheet).
Would I buy it knowing what I know now - yup.
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fruitpunch.ben wrote: Does anyone know what the difference is between the BBQ sheets and the oven grilling sheets? Can't find an answer on their website either.
Local Costco (Surrey) has only the BBQ ones on sale
I was wondering the same thing and couldn't find any concrete answers either. Would pick up a couple if they're essentially the same thing.
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M1K3Z0R wrote: I think you're right, I've seen entire stacks of these in retail boxes at my local costco liquidator/surplus outlet and nobody is touching them

I know on the side aisles that they have discounted these for 6 something I believe at Thorncliff location.

The funny thing is they have a newer version out on the floor.
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No idea why anyone would use these on a BBQ. Family member bought one for the cottage and as someone who loves to BBQ it's the dumbest invention ever. What is the purpose? It blocks heat, reduces grill marks/searing.. it's useless.

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