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palo

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  1. Clip-on spoon holder - the nose, maybe p
  2. I have one, don't use it a lot though. p
  3. Hugs??? Not from what I'm hearing from you. My electrical costs for a 10 hour cook would start at $1.00, added to that would be provincial tax, federal tax and something they call "delivery charge". My hydro bill is 10% of my monthly income. I have a cooler and a lid made of rigid sealed foam (styrofoam SM). It was easy to carve with a knife so that it was inset and and evaporation is minimal. p
  4. I think its time to contact the seller. p
  5. Sad that you don't have a guage or some indication of the vacuum being developed, re the seating of the cover, I sometimes have to apply pressure to the lid on various corners/sides to get the seal airtight. As mine has a guage I can see the vacuum developing when I have a good seal. p
  6. Two questions: Does the guage indicate a vavuum being developed? You talk about the black seal bar - mine is a tan colour? p
  7. If you have a restaurant supply handy, measure the CSO tray and take your measurements and a tape with you and see what they have to offer. I picked up a couple of "bar trays" that fit quite nicely and they were cheap and heavy-duty. p
  8. @Anna- great haul indeed, you'll have to clue me in on where you and Kerry shop! p
  9. palo

    Wonderbag

    Actually a bag of styrofoam p
  10. palo

    Wonderbag

    Hmm. although they say the temp will stay at least at 150 degrees for up to 8 hours, I would still be concerned about that "danger zone" of 40 - 140 degrees. p
  11. Is this the item? https://www.amazon.com/REDNOLIA-Multiportion-Silicone-Container-BreastMilk/dp/B019QX833C p
  12. BSO, CSO, Anova, Induction cooktops/burners, chamber vacuum sealers and the Breville Milk Cafe, though not necessarily 21st century are certainly more recent. With the exception of the Anova and the sealer they are used daily, to my great delight. p
  13. I guess I was thinking of the type of stainless stee that pots and pans are made of, that steel that btbyrd was referencing doesn't look like my idea of stainless and I could find no mention of stainless at PizzaCraft. Not trying to be a pain, just curious. p
  14. I think Kerry said it best, unless you have shades of Grey in you p
  15. I'm not suggesting this product is of the same ilk, but I seem to remember infomercials that this was the neatest since sliced bread. I remember the hosts having something like a dozen or so of these set up and they demoed how easy the finished product was to produce. If it's the same manufacturer they've certainly grown up! p
  16. Is stainless steel not a option? p
  17. Did you pre-heat the grill plate? How long? Temp? btw the loaf looks wonderful, but I agree with your rant. p
  18. I have the vp112. Its biggest advantage is that it is 1/2 the weight of the vm 215. If its for moderate home use and you don't have a lot of game to be vaced and stored, I'd suggest you keep what you have. Mine has served me well for almost 5 years. p
  19. They don't actually heat or cool, but rather keep things hot or cold. p
  20. Kooltron that I had years ago could be used to heat or cool - 12v DC voltage and depending on the polarity would do either. p
  21. For Canadians: Amazon.ca https://www.amazon.ca/shops/A3K4I3WD8ACK7F?ref_=v_sp_storefront Lots of cheap stuff, I figure he's trying to advertise. p
  22. @andiesenji There's a lot to be said about living an "unclean and unhealthy" childhood. p
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