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Stasher Reusable Silicone Bags, Set of 4

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[Costco] Stasher Reusable Silicone Bags, Set of 4

Found Stasher Reusable Silicone Bags, Set of 4 assorted colours, sandwich sized in the Going, gone category on Costco.ca, Item 1486257.

These silicone bags usually go for $10-13 when on sale, regular price around $15. Good for sous vide and portioning for freezer storage. Easy to clean as it’s dishwasher safe. I have a couple of bags at home and it’s been used for 7-8 months, so far no punctures or leaks. The seal is secure and easy to open/close.
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Just a heads up, the QC isn't great on these. I bought on two separate occasions and they ripped in a matter of months.
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Thanks OP. Got in for a couple. Seems like a good deal. I got a knock off which uses plastic bar to seal, doesn't seem as nice. Heard good thing about this brand.

Good think Costco has a good warranty program.
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Do they have these in the warehouse too?
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Nice find, in for 2! I bought a single Stasher bag at $15 a year ago. Never could bring myself to replace all ziplock usage with these, no matter how much I love reducing waste. But this gets me 8 steps closer.
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Decent find OP but I can never find I can clean these sufficiently, especially when I use something like raw chicken in them. Not to mention with the amount/quantities I freeze I have easily 20 disposable bags on the go at any given time so the cost would be prohibitive...
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LoANeal wrote: Decent find OP but I can never find I can clean these sufficiently, especially when I use something like raw chicken in them. Not to mention with the amount/quantities I freeze I have easily 20 disposable bags on the go at any given time so the cost would be prohibitive...
Yeah...that's not what these are for.
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hvc wrote: Yeah...that's not what these are for.
Then what are they for? Even OP said they are for freezer portioning. Am I mistaken? These aren't storage bags meant to store things instead of disposable storage bags?
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Got one thanks. My wife likes to use these for snacks.
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LoANeal wrote: Then what are they for? Even OP said they are for freezer portioning. Am I mistaken? These aren't storage bags meant to store things instead of disposable storage bags?
Yeah, sure, you can use them for that..but I think these are geared towards snacks, sous vide cooking, etc. They're sandwich sized, too.
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LoANeal wrote: Decent find OP but I can never find I can clean these sufficiently, especially when I use something like raw chicken in them. Not to mention with the amount/quantities I freeze I have easily 20 disposable bags on the go at any given time so the cost would be prohibitive...
Probably anything other than meat. These seem like a waste of money for just freezer storage which is what I want it for as well.
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Tabooger wrote: Probably anything other than meat. These seem like a waste of money for just freezer storage which is what I want it for as well.

Agreed, I just don't get the product.. You can use zip lock bags, other brands, you can even by a vacuum food bagger which will give better results than these things will.

An using for snacks? Why? What's wrong with a plastic container (such as tupperware or similar)?
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ichibansan wrote: An using for snacks? Why? What's wrong with a plastic container (such as tupperware or similar)?
I dunno.. take up less space? easier for kids to hold? Not made of plastic?

Plenty of reasons. Doesn't mean it's right for everybody.
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100% pure platinum silicone ? Why spend $30 on 4 of these when you can buy a 58 box of ziploc containers for $19.99 when on sale at Costco?
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These are great! I prefer these over plastic especially in the freezer. I’ve had several plastic containers that I stored in our upright freezer shatter after falling. These don’t break if they fall and they store flat. Perfect for foods like veg, precooked ground beef or cooked rice.
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KenAdams wrote: 100% pure platinum silicone ? Why spend $30 on 4 of these when you can buy a 58 box of ziploc containers for $19.99 when on sale at Costco?
The environment.
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pbeutch wrote: The environment.
I don't understand. How are these better for the environment than plastic containers?
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LoANeal wrote: Decent find OP but I can never find I can clean these sufficiently, especially when I use something like raw chicken in them. Not to mention with the amount/quantities I freeze I have easily 20 disposable bags on the go at any given time so the cost would be prohibitive...
I flip them inside out and put them in top rack of the dishwasher. Also, if you want to completely sanitize... put them in a pot of boiling water. I use mine for sous vide, marinating and freezing soups.
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Will try em for sous vide... But have read some mixed reviews for that application

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