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Stasher Bags
 
why stasher?

Plastic-free, endlessly reusable, made of pure platinum silicone, free of chemicals and bi-products!

Stasher bags end the tyranny of lids with their patented Pinch-Loc™ seal.  The every day essential container you can cook, freeze and store in. Durable enough to go anywhere.

 

50 Ways to Use Your Stasher Bags

For the Eats

  • Keep food fresh in the refrigerator - cut avocados, herbs, tortillas… donuts :)
  • Store leftovers from a home-cooked meal.
  • Make stasher a to-go container if you take food home from a restaurant.
  • Bring a few to the farmer’s market to fill up with greens, berries, or any loose items that need a bag.
  • Fill up in the bulk section of your grocery store, just make sure to weigh it first to get the tare. I have mine memorized I used them
    so much :) Snack: 56g, Sandwich: 70g.
  • Pack a zero waste lunch or snacks for a road-trip, beach day or the zoo.
  • Portion out “smoothie packs” for the freezer— add all the fruits/veggies and then dump into the blender with some liquid and
    blend!
  • Steam vegetables in the microwave or boiling water.
  • Marinate a juicy cut of meat or fish.
  • Stash and mash zesty guacamole.

 

For the Eats ....

  • Make your own ice cream. .
  • Steam and smush nutritious produce for healthy homemade baby food.
  • Make the perfect steak with the sous vide cooking method.
  • Quick-pickle some veggies or make homemade sauerkraut.
  • Keep veggie scraps or bones in the freezer for a future broth.
  • Portion out batch meals in the freezer, like chill or soup. Store your full stashers horizontally to save space.
    • Pro tip: Write the date on the bag with a ball-point pen or dry erase marker-- it wipes off with a damp cloth!
  • Pop popcorn in the microwave. . Make an omelet or scrambled eggs.
  • Revive stale bread in the oven.
  • Make chocolate bark! Melt some chocolate in your stasher in the microwave, then add nuts, seeds, adaptogens, berries, and then freeze flat.
  • Take matcha and other adaptogens for a beverage on the go.
  • Bring healthy snacks or candy to the movies.
  • Replace your salad jars with salad bags.
  • Keep your loose leaf tea fresh. . Freeze cookies, muffins and pancakes to eat individually when you want them.
  • Freeze leftover nut milk, yogurt, smoothies, or herbs in olive oil in ice cube trays, and then store them in your Stasher for easy add ins while cooking or blending!
  • Infuse tea, liquor and other beverages.

For Adventure

  • Store all your zero-waste items in like your reusable straw, utensils and produce bags in your stasher and pop it in your tote so
    you’re always prepared to refuse single-use plastics!
  • Pack your liquids and toiletries to bring on a flight - TSA approved!
  • Keep your travel essentials all in one place for the airport, like your passport, boarding pass, earbuds, visas, customs cards.
  • Protect your electronics (phone, headphones, camera) while at the beach.

  • Keep your car keys safe while kayaking or boating on a beautiful summer day.
  • Fill it with ice and use it as a cooler pack. . Store your compost on the go and then throw it in your compost pail when you get home (like banana peels and cherry pits).
  • Fill with first aid supplies to have on hand at any given time.
  • Organize your makeup to bring with you in your backpack or suitcase.
  • Protect your essential oils while on the go (super helpful in case they spill!).
  • Bring your vitamins, prescriptions, or supplements on a trip— you can bring the bottles in a half-gallon stasher bag, or just bring the pills you need (if you can identify them!) in a snack size.
  • Bring your epsom salts with you on vacation for the ultimate spa bath without having to bring the whole bag from home.
  • Keep your wet swimsuit separated from dry clothes in your travel bag.
  • Contain the heat from your hair straightener or curling iron if you have to pack it in your bag while it’s still hot.
For Home Life

  • Use as a heating pad! Fill it with rice and stick it in the oven or microwave. Great for cramps or after the gym.
  • Fill with ice and use as an ice pack for injuries.
  • Store DIY reusable baby wipes.
  • Keep quarters and detergent pods handy for a trip to the laundromat.
  • Organize art supplies - keep clay or paint from drying out, corral small tools, markers, brushes, pencils and erasers.
  • Store your kids’ legos and other small toys.
  • Collect cards - flash cards, business cards, golf score cards, etc.
  • Contain beads for making jewelry.
  • Mix and store DIY body scrub.
 

   

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