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Bunny 05-30-2007 11:32 AM

Your Right about tomato sauce it does come out easer. and I always add just enough water so it dont stick and keep stiring

BuddyBeanieBaby 06-01-2007 10:07 AM

Ever run out of freezer bags just when you need them...

Use milk bags...the bags that your milk is in...cut the top off the bag...wash it is hot soapy dish water,rinse well and use for freezing fruits,fish and anything else...I use them all the time and find that food is fresher than the freezer bags...


For Pasta...I have always used a teaspoon of margarine in the boiled water and so far have never had pasta stick to the pot...


janet 06-01-2007 11:08 AM

Milk in Michigan comes only in a plastic jug. Soy milk comes in a waxed carton.

Interesting..milk in a bag.

Hugs, Janet

HAPPY6 06-01-2007 12:52 PM

Never heard of a milk bag. Here in Jersey if you buy milk in 7-11 or WaWa you are lucky if they put the milk in a bag. Good tip if you have milk bags...................Hugs :)

Bilby 06-01-2007 01:44 PM

Must be a Canadian thing, here we have many liquid things in a thickish plastic bag, but not milk, is it easy to pour Theresa? I've never thought of using those bags for something else after washing.
Our milk comes in a 1, 2, or 3L clear hard plastic bottle or the waxed cartons in 1L.

BuddyBeanieBaby 06-01-2007 01:47 PM

They are great for pouring and for freezing...I have used them for years and I think they work better than some of the freezer bags..and you are recycling the milk bags,so less cost for you...

Bilby 06-01-2007 01:54 PM

How or what do you seal the bags with?

Pippe 06-01-2007 07:02 PM

Hi - The only milk bags I have seen are the little ones (maybe 3"X3" ) that we used to have for the school lunch. The kids poked holes in them with a little pointed straw. How much milk comes in them - like 1 or 2 liters? How do you store it?

Pippe

Minny 06-01-2007 07:53 PM

I've never heard of milk in a bag either except powdered milk.

BuddyBeanieBaby 06-01-2007 09:29 PM

You ladies have never heard of milk in a bag...okay I am stunned...Here you can buy 4 bags which is the same as a 4L jug of milk...even if you can get the milk in a carton...hubby uses the cartons to freeze fish...


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