You betcha! but you might wanna make sure and wait for another person here to confirm this as I am not very confident. Better yet, why don't you e-mail the Nutrisystem guys because they can assist you better...
That sounds awesome!! I am gonna buy some of those...
Thanks for the information AmLabs, I never heard of them before..
No pans to wash is a wonderful thing!.
I've never heard of them either. Where do you find them? Just in with all the other Zip lock bags? I love my steamer but do get tired of washing all the parts to it..
I've tried them and they are great. I steamed a salmon filet for 3 minutes and it came out so delicious. Also good for fresh green beans and any other vegetables...
WOW,I never heard of them I will have to try them, if I can find them..
I had never heard of them either. Thanks for posting about them. I am going to pick some up - they sound perfect for my lifestyle!..
These are great bags? You can find them in the supermarket in the frozen vegetable section. They have an assortment of vegetables to choose from...
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The first time I saw them was on TV & went to the website & ordered some. But I have recently started seeing them in the grocery stores & Target..
It is really nice to steam the veggies, throw them on the plate & then throw away the bag. No other clean up needed. Yay!!!..
I love these tips - thanks for the info - thanks for the website - can't wait to try them....
I'm a complete convert to the Ziplock Steamer Bags. I'd cook everything in them if I could. So easy, clean-up is a snap, and the food comes out great. Especially vegetables because you can spray them with ICBINB, throw in seasonings/spices, and pop the whole thing in the microwave. Kudos to whomever invented them...
Thanks so much for the info. I have seen them at Publix on the aisle with other baggies and wraps and wanted to try them. A small box was under $4. Think I will get them next time I shop. Thanks so much !..
I bought them, but haven't tried them yet. Thanks for the info!.
What is ICBINB???..
I don't know how I got that stupid thing on my message. Was trying to get.
The ticker on it. Worked once, but it must have been dumb luck because when I changed it, it hasn't happened since!!..
Shelf Life 101.
On that site is neato!..
Thanks for sharing. I will go get me some!..
ICBINB = I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. The spray. It gives a butter flavor with a few spritzes & doesn't mess up the Nutrisystem plan. People use them in very creative ways around here...
I know these bags sound great, but there are a lot of concerns about cooking items in plastic, especially in the microwave as the plastic can leech chemicals- these have not yet been proven to be cancer-causing, but it is something to consider and most of the chemicals that leech from plastic mimic hormones..
I know it can be a pain to steam veggies on the stove but it may be much healthier in the long run. I love my bamboo steamer, which is a bamboo basket you can put on top of a very small amount of water in a saute pan- it's quick and easy and as far as I know, no chemicals leech from it..
Just a thought..
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