A zippered bag to help store food. It feels like it's a waste to throw it away after just using it for a while, but considering hygiene, I don't want to use it too many times.
Do you know an item called "Stasher" that landed in Japan from the United States this year as an evolution of such a zipper bag?
The stasher is a zipper bag that can be washed and used over and over again. Pure platinum silicone, which is recognized as food quality, is used as the raw material, and it is said that it can be used about 3000 times.
Three sizes, S (approx. 290 ml), M (approx. 440 ml), and L (approx. 1900 ml), depending on the application, and pop color variations that can be enjoyed in the kitchen are also attractive. This time I tried two types, S and M.
The mouth has a sealing force that does not leak even if liquid is put in it. In addition, it can be used in a wide temperature range of -18 to 250 degrees Celsius, and one-stop cooking is possible from the freezer to the convection oven (direct fire and oven toaster cannot be used). You can cook frozen vegetables as they are in a microwave oven or oven, or add pickles to them.
In addition, it is recommended to use it as a lunch bag for carrying sandwiches or as a pouch by taking advantage of its waterproof function. It's lightweight, but it's reasonably thick, so it won't fall apart while you're using it.
The author purchased it from Amazon.co.jp, and the price is 1,296 yen for S size and 1,620 yen (tax included) for M size. Also compatible with dishwashers. After all, there is a odor transfer, so if you are interested, just using it as a freezing storage bag for vegetables and bread will eliminate the loss. If you consume a lot of zipper bags, please check it out!