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Amazon Shop: Autoclave, Pressure Cooker, Vermiculite

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Re: Hold on a minute there....
    #68879 - 12/18/99 05:51 AM (18 years, 2 months ago)

You know what....no one, atleast to my knowledge has brought this up, I did however think this might be plaseable.....the freezer bags are able to resist a microwave with the zipper open 1" so maybe they could resist a pressure cooker, only a few at a time would be suggested as a tightly pached autoclave will touch the bags and more than likely melt the bags......Im intrested in finding out if this works.....tell ya what Monday I will inocluate a few quart bags I have with some EQs and see what happens, oh it will be the verm/rice mix and I will be doing it on the stove top as I do not have my Pressure cooker yet....its on the way though!!!!

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Re: Hold on a minute there....
    #68881 - 12/19/99 03:16 PM (18 years, 2 months ago)

Ziplocks are totally useless as the plastic they are made from shrivels fast and hard, watch out for the micro-bags for cooking food in the microwave as they are cheap and spot on for your porpoises.

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Amazon Shop: Autoclave, Pressure Cooker, Vermiculite

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