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Where can I find food grade liners that actually work, online?

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Where can I find food grade liners that actually work, online?

Post  A.H.Vincent on 11/7/2012, 2:51 am


I need to find a plastic liner that will NOT leave ANY taste to the brine of the pickles, does that even exist?

I've tried HDPE 120 liters container toped with ziplocs and just lost my whole batch of Kosher pickles because they taste like plastic...Ph of my brine is 3.6

Any help much appreciated as I am a Canadian living in Thailand and you just can't get anything around here...Sad

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Re: Where can I find food grade liners that actually work, online?

Post  plantoid on 11/7/2012, 3:45 pm

See if this Ozzie beer brew bag idea is any good .
The alcohol does not seem to bring out the plastic flavours .

http://beersmith.com/blog/2009/04/14/brew-in-a-bag-biab-all-grain-beer-brewing/

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Re: Where can I find food grade liners that actually work, online?

Post  plantoid on 11/7/2012, 4:20 pm

@plantoid wrote:See if this Ozzie beer brew bag idea is any good .
The alcohol does not seem to bring out the plastic flavours .

http://beersmith.com/blog/2009/04/14/brew-in-a-bag-biab-all-grain-beer-brewing/

Couldn't find their bags but did find these food grade two gallon ziploc bags
http://scjohnson.links.channelintelligence.com/pages/prices.asp?sSKU=043555&nRGID=3005&sCT=ProductsPage

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