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Stasher 100% Silicone Reusable Food Bag, Large 1/2 Gallon Storage and Sous vide Size, 10-inch (64.2-ounce), Clear
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- 100% pure non-toxic platinum silicone: the world's first fully functional, self-sealing, non-plastic bag. Plus unlike traditional plastic bags, Stasher bags contain no BPA, no PVC, and no latex. Keep your food safe from contaminants in Stasher bags!
- Join the plastic Free movement: created in response to the profound need for a healthy alternative to plastic storage.
- Pinch-lock seal: features the innovative air-tight, pinch-lock seal to keep food fresh to store, marinade, and sous vide. Keep your food’s nutrients, flavors and juices locked in. Just burp your Stasher to remove excess air and pinch the Seal closed!
- Dishwasher and Microwave Safe: platinum food-grade silicone is safe for use in the freezer, microwave, dishwasher, boiling water, and oven up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Start your stash: half-gallon size 10. 25” x 8. 25” x 1. 5” (64. 2oz); sandwich size 7. 5” x 7. 5” x 1” (15oz); snack size 4. 5” x 7. 5” x 1” (9. 9oz); pocket size 3. 5" X 4. 5" X 1" (4oz); stand-up size 7. 75" X 7" X 3" (56oz)
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Our mission is to provide a reusable alternative to disposable plastic baggies and single-use plastic containers. Stasher is made of pure platinum silicone and is plastic and BPA free with no fillers.
|Pocket Storage Size, 4.5-inch (4-ounce)||Snack Storage Size, 4.5-inch (9.9-ounce)||Sandwich Storage Size, 7-inch (15-ounce)||1/2 Gallon Storage and Sous Vide Size, 10-inch (64.2-ounce)||Stand-up Storage Size with Gusset Base, 56-ounce|
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I filled the bag with 2 cups of water , sealed it , turned it over : the seal broke and the water spilled all over.
I repeated the experiment again 3 times , making sure to perfectly seal it , but sill , the seal won’t hold the water. Slight pressure on the bag , and the seal gets wide open.
If this is the design - don’t buy this product , it will disappoint you and cause actual damage !
Can’t be used for anything with liquid! I can’t imagine what will happen if you try to freeze some pasta sauce or other liquid content. All the content of the bag is guaranteed to spill inside your freezer and creat one giant mess.
I am so disappointed to say that I had to throw these pouches out. I had been putting them through the dishwasher and then letting them air dry inside out. But I realized one day as I was packing my son's school lunch that the inside corners are growing mold! I've attached a picture of it. It's impossible to clean in these side crevices, so I ended up throwing all of the pouches away. Such a waste, and I'm sad because I genuinely loved these.
ORIGINAL REVIEW - 12/03/16 (5 stars)
We've been using reusable snack bags for a while now. We have a couple sets of Art of Lunch Designer Reusable Sandwich and Snack Bag by Danny Ivan (Portugal), Set of 3 - Pass This On and a few sets of Itzy Ritzy Snack Happens Mini Reusable Snack and Everything Bag, Fresh Bloom, Mini. I like both brands--though they each have their pros and cons. (I don't like Art of Lunch's zippers, but I like the thinner, lighter material they are made of. Itzy Ritzy's have great zippers and I like the extra lining, but they take forever to dry.)
I wasn't sure if I would like these Stasher silicone bags--mostly because I was worried they would be bulky or smell chemical-y or leak or be difficult to clean. But, actually, the bags are great! I have two of the bigger size and two of the smaller. The bigger size is, well, big. You can see from the attached pictures that they take up a lot of precious real estate in my son's Wildkin Green Camo Lunch Box. But the bags are still soft enough to squish around (and even bend), so they've actually been fine.
The bags are completely sealed when closed. No juice--from, say, a few squished grapes--leaks out. I've even packed salami slices in the smaller bags, thinking maybe the stink would be hard to get out, but it wasn't. I just run the bags through the dishwasher when my son comes home from school and they are good as new.
The only slight drawback is that I usually have to manually dry the bags once they get out of the dishwasher. They will eventually dry on their own if I just set them out to air dry, but they don't stay open easily, so it takes longer. I usually end up drying them with a paper towel. But that's a minor complaint. I still am really happy with the bags overall.
I originally purchased this product because it was advertised by Anova as a really good tool for sous vide. I used it once and got a rip in the product and promptly returned.
The design isn't that bad, it's slightly small but for single serving use it's generally ok. The seal seemed to hold well except that there is no satisfying sound or feel when you've sealed it, so you kind of just keep guessing to see if you got it.
The real problem is that the point at which the bag closes is not reinforced at all. I took out my food and then went to the sink to wash out the inside and just putting a sponge in there and wiping was enough force to rip where the two sides join. I've had a LOT of silicone products in the past, none of them were made this poorly that they would just break on first use. I would get it if you cut it and it kept tearing, but this is a common point where opening and closing would put pressure on it.
If you're using it in a way where you can easily ensure the bag is clean with a rinse or other simple method this might be ok, but if you need to clean to get oils out it will probably rip sooner rather than later. Maybe someday this will work for what you want it to, but right now it's just waiting to be converted to some useless silicone in your kitchen.