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Did you know? PUL fabric does not stain easily!

So you can freeze your favorite berries in a large freezer bag, then wash the bag without worrying that it will remain stained! 🤩

I did the test a while ago with raspberries, and the bag came out of the washing machine looking like new, with no special treatment. More pictures in this section of the FAQ https://www.tailleetretailles.ca/faq/#produits

What little fruit will you freeze in your bags this summer to have all year round? ❄️

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❔ Did you know?

The fabric used for Taille & Retailles food bags are not affected by the cold. 🥶 They can therefore be used in the freezer without worry. ❄️

The large 11×11 inch format is called freezer simply because it is a similar size (and even a little larger) than the well-known resealable bags. ©️ But all products made by PUL can be used in the freezer, from the smallest to the largest.

🚫 It is strongly discouraged to use them for raw meat and fish, as well as for any food that could potentially cause cross-contamination, despite diligent washing. 🚫

Here are the foods that I tested in my bags and that freeze well: berries, such as strawberries, raspberries and blueberries; vegetables such as cut leeks, carrots and celery; homemade pâtés and pies; breads and pastries; and prepared meals such as shepherd's pie or lasagna. The sealing of the bags is a little less than plastic bags, but still sufficient for the majority of uses.

NB It is always best to freeze food in a freezer without a defrost cycle for maximum shelf life.