Eliminate throw away guilt with these reusable silicone food storage bags

NEWS – I use plastic bags for just about everything. It’s not only bad for the environment, but it can get costly too. Especially if you use them like they grow on trees like I do. Enter the EcoLifeMate reusable silicone food storage bags.

Made from food-grade silicone these bags are not only reusable they also stand up, making them easier to fill. The bags are sealed using a plastic slider. This not only makes the bags airtight, but it also makes them leak-proof. Perfect for storing liquids like soups and sauces. Try doing that with a typical plastic bag.

And they’re extremely versatile, they can go in the oven, microwave, sous vide and freezer. You can even write on them with a dry erase marker. 

When they need cleaning, just toss them in the dishwasher.

The EcoLifeMate reusable silicone food storage bags come in a set of four 1 quart bags for $22.97 and are available from The Grommet.

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  2. I’m very interested in this product. I like reusable things. I know this is “news”, but I would like a review of this product.

    Does the mouth really stay open like in the first picture?

    If the mouth doesn’t stay open, you can’t “just toss them in the dishwasher”. You’ll need to find a way to hold them open *and* keep them from flipping over in the dishwasher and fill with dirty dish water (which always happens to the small, lightweight plastic items that I put in the dishwasher).

    1. Just a dishwasher tip for things like this and your issue:
      Put a wire cooling rack on top of everything after loading. That way, it weighs things down and prevents them flipping over. That trick would probably work for these bags, too.

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