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Crockpot Cooking



When cooking in a crockpot, use the liner bags to separate veggies from meats if you don't want them to soak up the juice. Meat in one bag on the bottom, veggies in another on top and everything keeps it's own flavor.

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  • for time and calorie sake I really need some good low cal crock pot meals that the whole family can share. Can you please email me with some ideas/recipes?
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    Great idea, will have to try that. Thanks. - by TRUCKUME
  • Great idea! I cook in my crockpot all the time but always thought that the flavors had to be blended. I will use this tip this week - THANKS! - by BHAWKINS00
  • I guess you are talking about "OVEN BAGS" that you use to cook foods, right? I use the roasting oven bags all the time, since I don't like the mess without them, and they clean up fast. Never thought about using them in the crockpot. - by JIBBIE49
  • There are liner bags for the crockpot? Who knew?!? emoticon - by DEBMORSE1
  • A friend of mine told me about this, and I thought it was so simple and creative that I had to share it! - by AKAYEP

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