Ziplock freezer bag. Refrigerants recovery. Double door refrigerator freezer.
Ziplock Freezer Bag
- (FREEZER BAGS) They are male, because they hold everything in, but you can see right through them.
- Denoting a sealable plastic bag with a two-part strip along the opening that can be pressed together and readily reopened
- A legacy Electronic Software Distribution (ESD) technology developed in the mid 1990s by Portland Software. Portland Software and ZipLock were absorbed by Preview Systems in 1998, which in turn was absorbed by Aladdin. ESD by itself (i.e. without value-add such as DRM) is pretty much dead.
- Ziploc is a brand of reusable, re-sealable zipper storage bags and containers originally developed by Dow Chemical Company, and now produced by S. C. Johnson & Son. According to Dow's website, the bags were originally test marketed in 1968.
ziplock freezer bag - Freezer Bag
Freezer Bag Cooking: Trail Food Made Simple
Spend any amount of time in the outdoors and you have probably found that mealtime is full of trade-offs. Do you choose foods that fuel your body or foods that satisfy your taste buds? Do you spend the extra time to prepare a real meal or grab a protein bar on the go? Freezer Bag Cooking™ minimizes these trade-offs by changing the concepts of traditional outdoor food. It offers simplicity, convenience and variety and whirls them together with the philosophies of lightweight outdoor adventuring. The cooking gear needed is minimal, lightweight and can be bought, found or even made. When ready to eat, the meal is prepared in and eaten out of the freezer bag. Mealtime becomes fast, effortless and cleanup is as easy as licking your utensil and sealing the zip top bag. So whether you like to be fancy with your food or keep it simple, “Freezer Bag Cooking™: Trail Food Made Simple” can be your ticket to better eating and enjoyment of your outdoor experience
 tuscumbia bend shelter
Big Hill Pond State Park Pocahontas, TN 1989 For several years I was the adviser for a Co-ed High Adventure Explorer Post. My backpacking buddy, Cactus, was the assistant adviser. The main interests of the post were: backpacking first, then activities like rock climbing, rappelling, scrambling, spelunking, canoeing, whitewater rafting, orienteering, wilderness survival, trail first aid and disaster preparedness. The pre-requisite for being a member of our post was that the members had to also be members [and leaders] of a scout troop until they turned 18. Cactus and I figured if they were leaders in a scout troop then they already knew the basics of camping and hiking.... things like fire-building, camp set-up, cooking, care and maintenance of equipment like tents, backpacks, stoves, boots.... you get the idea. Anyway, one of our favorite places to backpack and camp was Big Hill Pond. I still go there once or twice a year. Whenever we were preparing for a one or two-week expedition in the Smokies, we would go to Big Hill Pond to fine-tune our equipment, shake-down our packs [determine what gear we would actually use on a longer trip and what gear we could leave home], test drive new boots or a new backpack stove.... those kinds of things. We learned a lot of useful things about packing light during our shake-down trips. For instance, if you saw half the handle off of your toothbrush, that saves an ounce of backpack weight. If you remove your food from the containers it came in from the store, put it in heavy duty freezer ziplocks and label each bag with its contents and which meal it is intended to be used, you can save a pound or so from your pack weight [based on a week-long expedition]. The food thing also saves you a lot of time spent searching in your backpack for the right food at the right meal. Organization means everything on a long trip! Cactus and I had an outstanding post. The young men and women in our post knew what they were doing. We limited membership to no more than 15 members. As the members graduated high school and went on to college, new members were added. In the image above [and for the next few postings to follow] we had a couple of new members. This was their first backpacking trip with us. And like almost every backpack trip we went on, it rained off and on. It was great to have a shelter on this trip, instead of tents. That's Christopher [a newbie] hanging off the top bunk of the Grassy Point Shelter.
watermelon ginger lime granita
simple, simple, simple to make: make a simple syrup of equal parts sugar and water heated together until the sugar is dissolved, then add the juice of one lime, some zest and some chopped up candied ginger. add to some chunks of watermelon, throw into a ziplock bag and chuck into the freezer until frozen. smash bag with a meat mallet, breaking up the flesh. think robert deniro with a baseball bat.
ziplock freezer bag
Ziploc® Double Zipper Freezer Bags, Plastic, 1gal, 2.7ml, Clear with Label Panel, 250
Don`t simply place your food in the freezer--help keep it fresh and avoid waste. These clear freezer bags feature unique interlocking zipper seals that securely lock in freshness. By keeping your food fresh you can reduce waste. Space-saving storage protects foods from drying out and freezer burn. For increased organization, the bags feature write-on labels to help identify and date contents. Global Product Type: Bags; Application: Food; Capacity Range (Volume): 1 gal; Thickness: 2.700 mil.
SKU: DRA94604 - Sold as 250 EA