Reddit reviews Reynolds Kitchens Premium Slow Cooker Liners - 13 x 21 Inch, 12 Packages of 4 Liners (48 Count)
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This package contains 12 packs of four Reynolds Kitchens slow cooker liners, each measuring 13 x 21 inches to fit 3 to 8-quart round or oval slow cookersNylon pan liners are ideal for cooking chili, pulled pork and other foodsLine your slow cooker with these slow cooker bags for mess-free slow cooking without stubborn baked-on food that's hard to cleanThese regular size slow cooker liners allow for fast and easy clean up in 8 seconds or less guaranteed without soaking or scrubbingThese clear cooking liners fit 3-8 quart oval and round slow cookers
It's probably a food grade Slow Cooker Liner which is perfectly safe.
> Why the foil? My slow cooker is non-stick.
I don't know why the foil, but you should really try those Slow Cooker plastic liners you put in, makes cleanup 2 seconds.
I would look into the slow cooker liners, Reynolds makes them. But definitely run the recipe past your friend first and ask her about avoiding cross contamination, like if you have wooden spoons in your kitchen you cannot use them to prepare a gluten free meal.
It's a special liner, not just a grocery store bag. Completely safe for quick cleanup of your slow cooker!
Why don’t you get some crock pot liners? You’ll be able to just throw them out when you’re done instead of worrying about washing it.
Putting the food in is super quick. Literally open a pack of chicken, open 1 jar dump it in, stir once. No measuring, unless you want to get fancy and add some extras like cumin or pepper.
Getting it out takes maybe two minutes. I shred the chicken with a fork. And then scoop out some rice and scoop out some chilli into a bowl.
Putting it into containers takes about the same amount of time as serving myself and I usually do it all at the same time. Maybe 5 minutes in total. I have some mugs with snap on lids that you can eat straight out of, which saves on dishes.
Then I can just whack those in the microwave for the rest of the week. 2-3 minutes.
I also hate washing up. You can get slow cooker liners which you just toss out, if you don’t want to wash up the pot. I don’t personally because I have a dishwasher, but it could work for you. Each mug only takes a quick rinse and wipe and they’re lighter than dishes, so less tiring to hold.
Slow cooker liners: https://www.amazon.com/Reynolds-Cooker-Liners-4-Count-Regular/dp/B002U0KKK8
You better believe it! http://www.amazon.com/Reynolds-Slow-Cooker-Liners-4-Count/dp/B002U0KKK8
A while ago, another redditor in this sub recommended slow cooker bags when I was getting started with my crock pot.
Now I never ever worry about clean up, or about lifting out the food after cooking.
Slow cooker liners!
They are a bit costly, but oh the time saved!
Cleaning them is kind of a pain but they do have liners you can buy. Also for some recipes that seem to chemically bond themselves with the inside of the slow cooker, you can usually give a quick spray with nonstick cooking spray before adding the ingredients and it makes cleaning a lot easier.
you can even get crockpot liners
I justify it by saying I would waste more on soap and water trying to clean the crockpot manually after, but between you and me that's not the reason.
An alternative to easier clean up would be using a liner, I haven't used them but know a few people that do and they love them.
Something like this.
Also, you can get these amazing disposable liners from the grocery store in the baggie/foil aisle and makes it so much nicer to clean up at the end of the day!
No, it's a slow cooker liner. ex: https://www.amazon.com/Reynolds-Slow-Cooker-Liners-4-Count/dp/B002U0KKK8
They're normally great to help with clean up and the like.
Almost anything over in /r/slowcooking is minimal cleanup if you use liners.
Basically. They have to be thawed but typically what I do is every other weekend or so, I get the 10lb bag of frozen breasts from BJs along with whatever other stuff I need (like their 4 packs of pints of egg whites), leave it in the sink overnight to thaw out, then the next morning, stick the whole bag in the cooker together because my mom is awesome and gave me her giant crock pot. Oh snap, forgot to mention, for even further laziness, these things are awesome, just put them inside like you were lining a trash bin, put the food on top of/inside the bag and then when everything is done you probably won't have much clean up (sometimes they break/liquids leech into the crockpot anyways, ymmv.)
They work well, despite what people here are bitching about.
Like these... https://www.amazon.com/Reynolds-Slow-Cooker-Liners-4-Count/dp/B002U0KKK8
Just buy a new one. They are so cheap that the cost outweighs the hassle of using a broken one.
These are in the same part of the supermarket as the aluminum foil and plastic wrap. They help make clean-up a lot easier. And if you ever decide to cook a turkey, the baking bags are perfect for keeping the bird from drying out. My husband was skeptical about the whole plastic in an oven thing, but they really do work.
Best crockpot ever.
Also if you're lazy like me, buy these: http://www.amazon.com/Reynolds-Slow-Cooker-Liners-4-Count/dp/B002U0KKK8/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1418739945&amp;sr=8-3&amp;keywords=slow+cook+liners&amp;pebp=1418739955166
I agree completely, but my wife's aunt uses them all the time.
Has this sub not heard of crockpot liners?
Beyond that though, looks good and I agree, not chili.
I'm in a better place to Google now. Here's what we use: https://www.amazon.com/Reynolds-Slow-Cooker-Liners-4-Count/dp/B002U0KKK8
Though we don't usually buy them in bulk like that. You should be able to find them at Target or grocery stores easily enough.
In fairness, I also think you're worried about a non-issue. But it seems easy enough to solve. No point mocking you for it, nu?
I have not ever seen this, however I do highly recommend Reynolds slow cooker liners. They are these oversized liners that go in the crock pot, requiring no clean up afterwords. Might help! http://www.amazon.com/Reynolds-Slow-Cooker-Liners-4-Count/dp/B002U0KKK8
I'm gonna change your life with this.
I'm not much of a cook so I don't have any spices or know which spices to use.
And those are crockpot liners. I get a lot of fat/oil build up when I cook in the crock pot and don't have any empty cans or bottles to pour the oil/fat into. I know pouring it down the sick is a big no-no. It's just easier to throw the entire bag with the oil inside away.
Also, if you hate doing dishes like me, these are the best things ever. Just remove the plastic, quick wash on the slow cooker, and you're done.
Other people have been recommending slowcookers, maybe invest in some slow cooker liners http://www.amazon.com/Reynolds-Slow-Cooker-Liners-4-Count/dp/B002U0KKK8
and maybe one of these bad boys that helps you chop and/or slice things. http://www.amazon.com/Freshware-KT-402-Chopper-Vegetable-Container/dp/B00FWLJOSG/ref=lp_289780_1_10?s=kitchen&amp;ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1457687139&amp;sr=1-10 I bought the 7 in 1 set when it was on sale, and I haven't done anything to it that didn't get cleaned off with a good wipe with a soapy scrubby.
I have a genuine hatred of slicing things. On occasion I have unsteady hands, and it happens the most often when I have a decent calorie deficit or around a certain time of the month. That chopper has cut... I'm going to say every onion I've used since we bought it. The only time I handle sharp objects anymore is when I peel veg.
Some questions to ask yourself when considering your path going forward:
Can I make myself clean as I go?
How often do I go out to eat?/How much do I spend on convenience food?
Would cooking at home but using disposable plates and cutlery be more or less expensive than how I eat now?
What kind of bad cooking experiences have I had? Are there tools on the market to help with those tasks? (kitchen timer, chopper, crockpot liners, etc)
What are some good food experiences? How did they stand apart from the usual blah?
IMO the most important thing you need to do right now is say that it's okay to eat the same thing like... all the time and set up a routine with that food choice. Say you want to have toast for breakfast. Get up every morning and stick some toast in the toaster. Grab it and put some butter or jam on it. Wash the knife RIGHT AWAY. Eat said toast. Rinse that plate RIGHT AWAY. Bam. Breakfast Survived.
For lunch, 2 pieces of bread, toasted. stick in there some slow cooker leftover, like pulled pork. Bam. Lunch. If you use slow cooker liners you might just be pulling a bag of food out of the slow cooker and putting the whole bag into the fridge in a really big tupperware. When you finish eating the leftovers just toss the bag and give the container a soapy wipe down just to be safe.
For dinner nuke a potato. Serve it with some nuked slowcooker leftovers.
Your biggest challenge will be figuring out what slow cooker recipe you want to put your time into.
You can find them here on Amazon or in most grocery stores.
People already put plastic in them
These are awesome, I plan on buying one when I get out. You can get these plastic disposable liners and it's a no mess cooking operation.
Plus crockpot food is so fucking delicious.
But as far as food goes, I love chicken, it's cheap, and you can do a LOT to it to change it up and be different.
Edit: Also, I know we all come from different walks of life, so it might not be applicable. Whenever I go home, or my mother visits, we have mini-cooking lessons. So you might want to ask your parents (or... whoever) if they can help teach you a few easy meals that they know you like to eat.
Those are some easy recipes, it's more of a set it and forget it. I usually wait until chuck roast or pork butt is on sale for 1-2$ per pound and I can feed off of it for a week. For the beef i tend to toss some potatoes/carrots/ect. in there. As for keeping ingredients, i generally don't need that many besides the staples of vegies/protein. It's very easy to do and it won't burn anything.
Also, because i'm a lazy bum I tend to pick up http://www.amazon.com/Reynolds-Slow-Cooker-Liners-4-Count/dp/B002U0KKK8/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1312411566&amp;sr=8-3 from the grocery store b/c it makes cleaning as easy as tossing the bag in the garbage and wiping the lid down.
Overall I generally look at what's on sale at the grocery store and then go to http://allrecipes.com/recipes/main-dish/slow-cooker/main.aspx based off of the protein and kinda go from there. Also i would read the comments/reviews and sort by most helpful as they tend to have some tips on either cooking it up or adding various things.
Yes! I have two tips. 1st, buy the extra-strong foil. 2nd, I have also tried (with decent luck) Slow Cooker Liners around the outside, with foil over that to hold it on.
But I would still have problems with it leaking and I think that is because it is condensation gathering down in from above rather than it actually leaking.
So now I make sure that my foil is extra long enough and I will fold it over the top just a little bit (like this) and make sure there is a tight seal at the top so that liquid can not condense inside the foil easily. That has seemed to work pretty well for me.
No like these things. https://www.amazon.com/Reynolds-Slow-Cooker-Liners-4-Count/dp/B002U0KKK8
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