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    Thumbs up Reynold's Crockpot Liners

    I truly love my crockpot, but now I love it even more since trying these liners. Clean up is a breeze, which saves me time, and also makes me want to use my crockpot more often.

    Anyone else try them?

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    I haven't. I'm kind of skeeved out by cooking my food in a plastic bag. I don't even use those roasting bags anymore.

    Glad they work out for you though!!!

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    I absolutely love them! I use them every time I use my crockpot.

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    I haven't tried them yet. If I find a good coupon for some, I would love to try them. Seems like everyone is really impressed with them.

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    I worry about cooking in the plastic too. I've thought of getting some so I could take a meal to a new mom or someone in crisis and start dinner in their crockpot and then not feel guilty that I'm leaving them a mess.

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    The whole plastic thing does bother me, but I will definitely try them.

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    I don't ever buy them without a coupon, but I DO like them! They make cleaning my crockpot a breeze!

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    I am always looking for a way to build a better mousetrap and this is definately a winner of an idea in my book. I love the whole idea .

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    This is the first time I have ever heard of them....man I am behind the times.....

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    The only time I use them, is when we are traveling.

    I place several frozen meals in the cooler-- then place one in a crockpot bag in the crockpot, use the inverter and cook in the crockpot while we're driving down the road.

    Nothing quite so satisfying, as to pull into a rest stop-- and while others are eating their bologna sandwiches. . we're eating roast/potatoes/carrots or chicken breasts in gravy over noodles!

    The meals in the cooler will last a few days if kept in ice. . . so it saves me tons of money , time , etc. And clean up on the road is a breeze!

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    I haven't used them. I'm really watching my grocery budget and these would add another $3-$4 a month so I'll stick to hand washing my crockpot for now. I love Sunshines idea for using them when traveling.

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    Sunshine,
    Your crockpot-on-the-go idea sounds great but (and excuse me if this is a silly question, I'm not very technical) what is an inverter and where can I get one?

    Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by frugal.lass View Post
    Sunshine,
    Your crockpot-on-the-go idea sounds great but (and excuse me if this is a silly question, I'm not very technical) what is an inverter and where can I get one?

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    I got mine at Target for about $19. . the cost of one fast food meal for my crew!

    They are nifty little gadgets that convert the DC power of the car's battery, to the AC power needed to run the crockpot, fan, TV or whatever

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    I adore my crockpot liners. Since it is DH's job to scrub the crockpot, he always remembers to ask if we have a stash.

    My mom, a senior, loves them too. Less lifting of the crock portion in and out, and the cleaning is a snap--much easier for anyone with arthritis.

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    Cooking in the car! That is what I can efficient! How do you keep it from sloshing around? I'd be afraid it would spill and burn the kids.

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