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These non-plastic bags are perfect for your snacks, sous vide and more

Taylor Bell

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While we know plastic bags are bad for the environment, most of us can't stop using them for our snacks, sandwiches and other knick-knacks. But thankfully, there is a more sustainable option out there.

With nearly 1,700 positive reviews on Amazon, Stasher reusable bags can be the perfect alternative to your plastic bags. They're made of 100 percent non-toxic platinum silicone and can be used to store just about anything you can think of. And don't worry, they don't have any BPA, PVC or latex.

Shop: Stasher 100% Silicone Reusable Food Bag, Sandwich Storage Size, 7-inch, $11.97

You can place them in the dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave and boiling water. They even can be used in your oven, up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. And if you're a person who likes to sous vide — get ready — you can use these bags for sous vide.

Now what make Stasher bags even more special is they have a unique air-tight pinch-loc seal. This allows the bag to essentially seal itself and keep food freshly stored. They are available in different sizes including snack and half-gallon.

One reviewer raved about how practical they were for frozen foods: "LOVE Stasher bags. The bigger half-gallon size is great for freezer storage, especially smoothie ingredients and for freezing meat. I can thaw fish and shrimp and chicken and whatever other kind of meat I portion out in these directly in the bag without having to deal with frozen-on butcher paper from the grocery store. Great for when you buy several pounds of meat or fish or poultry when it's on sale and want to freeze in portions."

Another buyer raved about hoe versatile the bags are: "These are great - I've used them for everything from holding snacks and small items while backpacking to storing frozen food and leftovers. I like that you can boil these, it makes it really easy to take veggies out of the freezer and cook them right in the bag. Easy to clean in the dishwasher + a bottle brush when needed."