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Jen H

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Hi,

I am taking my first vacation since being gluten-free. I'd like to take my toaster with me and stow it in my luggage. I checked the jet blue website, but it said nothing about bringing toasters on the plane. Has anyone ever traveled with one? Should I just buy one when I get to Florida?

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I don't think it would be a problem as long as its in your checked baggage and not carry-on. Some TSA guys might think you're weird, but tape a note to it, I'm sure they've seen weirder stuff. You are pretty much garunteed they're going to open your bags, but they've opened mine every time I've flown since the new rules went into effect, So I'm no longer fazed by that.

Elonwy

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Hi,

I am taking my first vacation since being gluten-free. I'd like to take my toaster with me and stow it in my luggage. I checked the jet blue website, but it said nothing about bringing toasters on the plane. Has anyone ever traveled with one? Should I just buy one when I get to Florida?

I learned somewhere on here..when traveling use some bags you put into any toaster and it protects YOUR food. can some one share the name of these and how you get them??

I'm traveling March 2 and forgot about these 'bags' could sure some...do you really want to lug a toaster...?

judy

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I have those toaster bags myself and they are definitely easier to take with than a toaster, so you may want to try them. :)

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I have those toaster bags myself and they are definitely easier to take with than a toaster, so you may want to try them. :)

thanks all

calling now to see if i can get before we go.

judy

PS Jen how are you feeling today? Is the antibiotic working?

Also, QVC has them--Item #K5631--Toastabags 10 pc. nonstick toaster bag & liner set. $19.72.

hi Patti

just tried to call and talk to someone..

forget it can't place a order over the plone wanted to make sure they'd get here by March 2nd.

I'll try to ck gooble and get the # for QVC thanks patti.

judy

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Also, QVC has them--Item #K5631--Toastabags 10 pc. nonstick toaster bag & liner set. $19.72.

Patti

THANKS SO MUCH

just called QVC and they will deliver by Feb 23 so i'll have in time to go to CA.

Patty, you know the thread of people who use paper towels in the micro wave...Did you post this on that thread? DOn't have time today ...still working on getting the pre cert for sleep study on vatentines day nite...grrrrrr.

I could post if no one else had..i used paper towels all the time to cover and this set has a liner for your cookies sheet..never thought of cc with that...and one for micro wave plus the toaster bags.

will cost $23.11 with shipping but if it keeps me 'healthy' while traveling...cheaper than 2 boxes of IM AD tablets...and now symptoms.

Thanks for the Q and you and Jen's and Elwony help. Elwony, tried to call your company but couldn't get anyone to talk too so wanted to see if i could get in time for CA.

So 'hyper' now don't know if I posted it before..

:ph34r:

too much going on and am 'spinning now

hate it when i do that'

tooth still hurts and dentist still researching....grrrr

judy

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DEAR JEN

I looked into Eloney's link and you can get 2 bags for $4.99 if you just want to try them

I did the other becasue i could get in time.

hope this helps.

judy

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When I get back from Jamaica I am going to order from QVC because, they ship to Canada.It also looks to be a better deal.

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Judy--good price. can't remember where we got mine, but it wasn't on that site. feeling better...sent you a pm :) ps--i do have my own toaster at home. brian's is in the basement where he can use it :)

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I was just thinking about posting this question! I'm also going to Florida soon, and was wondering about just buying a cheap toaster to bring down with me (figuring if I did a lot of shopping I could abandon it for the way home). The toaster bags, while a great idea, won't work as I'm in a hotel and they won't provide me with a toaster. But the bags sound great, haven't tried the Crock Pot bags yet either... which is a bit off topic, but anything that saves me from scrubbing it out sounds good to me.

So you CAN travel with one in your suitcase?

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Yeah these do look cool:

http://www.kitchenkapers.com/no-stick-toas...aster-bags.html

The first link I put up was out of stock, these peopple actually have some.

Elonwy

HI

have gotten all my phone calls done and relaxing a bit...still have to ck on the meds scripts..of course they will all run out while in CA

wanted to tell you, a really nice lady from your company called me back. She was so nice and is sending me a catalog...it's a good price if you just want to try the bags..QVC has more in package. not sure if there other companies who make these...

1.NoStick Toast it Toaster Bags

2.Nonstick Toaster Bag & liner set.

are there other bands out there?

THANKS AGAIN FOR YOUR TIME.. We should meet in CA after all the time you've taken help me get there :)

J

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Man oh man! I've never even heard of these toaster bags! What a great idea! Thank you for sending the link. I'll give it a shot, but don't know if I'd get them in time.

I know I sound psycho for wanting to bring my toaster with me, but I will also be in a hotel, and not sure whether one will be provided. I think I'm going to try to bring it with me. I'll stick in my stow away luggage with a note taped to it (good idea Elowny).

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