If you do any freezer bag cooking, or any rehydrating of food in cold weather, this cozy can seriously do wonders for you. This it particularly helpful in the early spring, autumn, and in the wintertime when colder weather will quickly cool hot water in an uninsulated Ziploc bag.
- foil bubble insulation
- role of reflective foil tape
Part 1: Cutting the Foil Bubble
- Cut two pieces of the foil bubble insulation with the same width.
- You can do this with household scissors.
- Cut one of the pieces about 4 inches shorter.
- You want the foil bubble insulation piece to be slightly wider than the freezer bag since you’re going to tape them together to form a pocket-like envelope.
- Use the Ziploc as a guide.
Part 2: Tape it up!
- Stack the shorter piece on the longer, and cut three lengths of tape to join the sides & bottom together.
- Apply the reflective tape to form an insulating envelope and cut off any excess around the edges.