SILICONE PRESS POUCHES
Our heat resistant silicone press pouches are perfect for souvide or poaching. They’re also a fantastic alternative to plastic ziplocks and can be used to store your favourite produce keeping it fresher for longer. Also great for freezing or as a lil lunchbag. And the best thing is they’re pretty much indestructible so you can use them over and over and know they’ll still last you a lifetime.
Plus, they can be used over and over and then are easily sanitised by washing in the dishwasher, boiling in hot water or popping in the microwave. Heat proof to 250 degrees celsius means you can also use them to grab a hot dish if you're in a hurry!
They will withstand years of constant use and are dishwasher safe, microwave and freezer safe.
What I’m made from: Platinum silicone. Silicone is made from the silica found in sand which makes it a resililent, long lasting alternative to plastic that has similar properties to glass.
How to use me: Use me as an alternative to plastic ziplocks and containers.
How to keep me clean: I can go in the dishwasher and can be sanitised in the microwave or boiling water.
How to keep me safe: Please be gentle as I may rip if pierced with a sharp object. I’m pretty resilient and can go in the oven (up to 230 degrees celcius), microwave & freezer.
How to dispose of me: I should last years if looked after. At the end of my life span I can be returned to Big Bite Eco, put into your recycling bin (check with your local council first) or taken to a commercial recycling facility.
- Food grade silicone
- Dishwasher safe
- Freezer safe
- Oven safe (up to 230c)
- Microwave safe
- Reusable (will not warp or crack)
- BPA free
- Easy to clean
Warm hand wash or dishwasher safe.
Clean and dry thoroughly after each use.
*May discolour from certain foods. Exposure to hot animal fats may stain the product.
These sealing of the pouches are brilliant. Soooo easy to use. I am buying more for to give to my 2 adult children. These pouches are amongst the handiest solution to storing that last amount of a casserole, those fresh beans (on special) that you're going to use in a few days, mushrooms that can look tired after a few days in the fridge and even that last half of a capsicum which would otherwise perhaps go limp. Beverley