Endless Ways to Enjoy Thanksgiving Leftovers
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by BIGthinkster Lab Collaborator
8M ago
What’s the best part of Thanksgiving food? According to most Americans, it’s the leftovers. You read that right — in a recent survey of 2,000 U.S. residents who celebrate Thanksgiving, 70% say leftovers taste better than the main meal, and more than half feel the holiday is ruined if there isn’t any food left over. ? Yet, the average person ends up throwing away eight pounds of Thanksgiving leftovers every year because they’re no longer edible, with 37% acknowledging they forgot to save leftovers properly. Multiply that by 128 million U.S. households — that adds up to a lot of food waste. It’s ..read more
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Prep, Cook, & Store Your Thanksgiving Meal in a Reusable Bag
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by Kristy Ellington
8M ago
Don’t stress over your Thanksgiving meal… Prep, cook, and store it all in a Stasher bag — or several! From sides and cocktails to the main dish and all the leftovers, we’ve got options for you. Let’s talk turkey… Sides THREE HEALTHY HOLIDAY SIDES Cranberry sauce. Green beans. Mashed potatoes. You know what they can all be cooked in? Yep, you guessed it — a Stasher bag! Place each one in a Half Gallon Stasher bag, lower into a pot, lift out when done. Easy peasy. When the feasting is done, the Stand-Up Mega bag is perfect for stacking leftovers.  GLUTEN-FREE AND VEGAN STUFFING, 3 WAYS No ..read more
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Sous Vide Turkey: A Mouthwatering Thanksgiving Dinner
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by Michelle Bushneff
8M ago
French for “under vacuum,” the sous vide cooking method involves vacuum-sealing food into a bag and placing it into a temperature-controlled water bath. It has a handful of benefits: the specific, steady water temperature and lack of air pockets around the food ensures it cooks evenly all the way through – something that’s difficult to do on a stovetop or grill. And when you’re busy puttering around the kitchen preparing other dishes, you’ll love that the sous vide lets you set it and forget it – streamlining your prep time and keeping the oven free for other dishes.  While roasted turke ..read more
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How to Sous Vide Salmon
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by Michelle Bushneff
8M ago
If you’re a home chef who favors flavor, we’re betting you know all about sous vide precision cooking. The sous vide method has risen in popularity as a new member of the low-and-slow family, circulating hot water to evenly cook food over the course of a few hours, or even a day. The downside to sous vide, however, is that cooks typically vacuum seal their turkey breast or New York steak in a single-use plastic bag before submerging it in its water bath. While the bag is what locks in all the flavors and juices, making sous vide known for tender and tasty meals, we’re not fans of the plastic ..read more
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10 Genius Uses for the Quart Size Stasher Bag
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by Lisa Skowrup
8M ago
This. Is. Bigger.  The new Stasher Quart bag is all thanks to you, our Stasher Squad. With more room for a sizable sandwich and a wider opening for easy packing, the quart bag helps you do it all — from food prep and storage to transporting and organizing anything, you’re now equipped to save (even more of) what matters.  Let’s get busy using the newest addition to our lineup...  1. Celebrate the Sandwich Open wide for whatever sandwich you’re craving — from hero to hoagie, bahn mi to BLT — it’ll slide right in and seal up tight to go. 2. BYO Takeout Container Single-use p ..read more
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Sous Vide: What it Is, How to Do It, and 7 Recipes to Try
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by Michelle Bushneff
8M ago
Sous vide: it's not just a mysterious method of cooking reserved for fancy Top Chef contestants. Intimidating as it might seem at first (what language is that, anyway?), we're here to tell you that you don't need a culinary degree to sous vide at home. But let's back it up for a second and dig into what sous vide actually is. Sous vide is known for its precision in cooking everything from the perfect piece of protein to veggies and beyond. And the best part: it’s actually quite simple and easy to do, especially when using your Stasher bags. Let's dive deeper into what sous vide is a ..read more
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Gluten-Free, Vegan, and Delicious: Thanksgiving Stuffing, 3 Ways
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by Kristy Ellington
8M ago
When you get a big group of folks together for a meal — whether it be family, friends, or a mix of both — you're likely to come up against a few dietary restrictions. But I think we all can agree that the stuffing is what makes the meal, right? Right. (Come at me, cranberry sauce lovers).  Which is why I've developed a gluten free and vegan stuffing recipe that satisfies all the picky eaters on your invite list.  My favorite part about this stuffing-making-method? By using a sous vide machine and three Stasher bags, everything stays compact and tidy, and takes only a couple of m ..read more
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Quick, Easy Sous Vide Pickling Methods with Bags and Bowls
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by Kristy Ellington
8M ago
You can't go wrong with pickles — pickled beets, carrots, onions...you name it, we're up for it. But pickling can take a while, and sometimes you just need that (near) instant gratification. This recipe uses a Stasher bag and a quick-pickling technique, which is perfect for the impatient pickler. Instead of waiting a week or more, these crispy sweet dills will be ready in just a day. Using a sous vide machine is the easiest technique, but if you don't have one check out the video and instructions below for a stovetop technique. Let's get pickling! Quick Pick ..read more
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Sous Vide Mustard Chicken with Sautéed Kale Recipe
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by Kristy Ellington
8M ago
Imagine coming home to this juicy, flavorful, perfectly cooked chicken, then whipping up some sautéed kale and a drool-worthy sauce you'll want on everything. We're sold! You can make the sous vide process even more appealing by making it plastic-free with Stasher bag. Grab a half-gallon size, designed with sous vide in mind!  Chicken with Mustard Sauce and Sautéed Kale Recipe Sous Vide Chicken Thighs (serves 2) 4 boneless, skinless chicken thighs  Juice and slices from 1/2 a lemon,  1 tbsp thyme 1 tsp sea salt 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil Turn on your sous vide ma ..read more
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Rosemary Rubbed Steak with Shallot Sauce and Roasted Mushrooms
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by Kristy Ellington
8M ago
If you're new to sous vide cooking, a nice cut of beef is an excellent place to start. It begs to become juicy and packed with mouthwatering flavor, which sous vide does like no other cooking method out there. But if you're not a sous vide-er, don't worry! You can still cook this delicious meal with the tools you probably already have in your kitchen. Equal opportunity recipe right here :) Rosemary is my go-to and one of the best herbs to season meat with, especially when you're sous vide-ing— all the aromas get trapped in the Stasher sous vide bag and infuse the protein— SO GOOD! To top ..read more
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