Snack Plastic Bag as Sandwich Pocket

Don't you hate it when the tomato starts dripping all over your hand while eating a sandwich, or the onion falls out, or the grease runs down your hand from that juicy hamburger? No more! I keep a box of Snack Plastic Bags handy. They are only about 6 x 3 inches - just the right size to fit the bottom of your sandwich in. Once slid in there and you start to eat your sandwich or burger, there is no mess. It is all in the bottom of the plastic bag! Sometimes the vegetables and/or meat start to slide down and out of your sandwich on to the floor. But in the small plastic bag, just keep a couple of your fingers on the bottom and they keep the ingredients from slipping out.


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October 3, 20141 found this helpful

This is a wonderful idea! If your veggies fall into the plastic bag, you can eat them when your through with your sandwich or burger! Great ideas! I'll be using this the next time I have either one of them! Thanks!

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October 3, 20140 found this helpful

That's a good idea. You can also recycle those plastic bags by washing them and using them over and over. Just make sure they are dry before storing.

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October 8, 20140 found this helpful

Simple. Inexpensive. Brilliant!

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October 10, 20140 found this helpful

This is a great idea! It will work great for my grandkids to keep them from making a mess.

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January 31, 20170 found this helpful

Great idea. I will try it next time I am eating a messy sandwich or burger. It will also keep your hands clean or if you can't wash up before eating, it's a good shield.

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