Perfect for sous vide with the Anova Precision Cooker
Innovative air-tight Stasher Pinch Press seal
Versatile - use to prep, cook and store
Easy to use and reuse
Ideal for meat, fish and vegetables
Dimensions (Overall): 7.69 inches (L) x 7.5 inches (W)
Used For: Multi-purpose
Capacity (Volume): 64.2 ounces
Package Quantity: 1
Seal Type: Seal Lock, Slide Zip
Primary item stored: Snacks, sandwiches
Item Number (DPCI): 072-10-0491
Prepare your favorite meal using the stasher Precision Cooker bag and then drop it right into the water bath. Reuse it over and over again for restaurant quality meals every time.
Dishwasher safe - use upper rack of the dishwasher or soap + water Oven safe - reheat food in the oven. Stasher can take the heat! Microwave - from the freezer to microwave to serving on the table Refrigerate + freeze - make food ahead of time! refrigerator to freezer to oven Stovetop or sous vide - boiling water or for sous vide cooking
Holds onto smells like a toddler that has something they aren't supposed to!
2 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
BoyMom3695 - 7 months ago
Purchased with great expectations but was quickly disappointed. At such a high price point, I was hoping this was a situation where you pay for what you get.
They absorb even the faintest of smells leaving your current food to smell/taste like the previous. God help you of you actually store fish in these bags!!!
I am so disappointed. This split the second time I used it. I went on the Stasher website and scrutinizing all the info I could get my hands on, I see they recommend it for oven up to 400 degrees only (which is disappointing in itself; some silicone can handle much higher temps). I was roasting pork at 450.
This page says, with no caveats:
Oven safe - reheat food in the oven. Stasher can take the heat!
That is misleading.
Target is usually great with returns, so I expect I'll be able to return it no problem. I might possibly buy it again and just avoid using it over 400 degrees (first I'll search for a higher-temp alternative), which is why I didn't rate it lower. I do love the idea and the first roast I made was delish and juicy and tender... but I won't be using it in that way again! (it was so nice to marinate it, roast it, and store it in the fridge all in the same container!)
But another problem with this is that I can't figure out how to recycle my busted one. Lasting so much longer than plastic is good (when it is true), but not being able to recycle it is a counterbalancing down side. I wonder if silicone breaks down into something as damaging as the microplastics?
I'm slowly trying to get plastic out of my house. While pricey, these bags are a good way of doing it. While they are dishwasher safe, I find that the dishwasher doesn't get food out from the corners, so you need to turn them inside out.
I really liked these until one started growing mold in a corner of the "pinch press" seal. I wash these immediately because I only have two, and I use vinegar to clean them out weekly. The "pinch press" seal part also starts to tear if you try to wash them inside out. Tried to reach customer support but they never replied.
I really wanted to love these. They do not hold liquid well (bag burst open all over freezer despite standing upright and not overfilled), which is unfortunate because I was hoping to use in freezer to store and reheat this winter. Also, using for baby food storage and ripped on the freezer shelf with my first use.