ziptop

ziptop

(ˈzɪpˌtɒp)
adj
(of a bag) closed with a zip at the top
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Don't overlook pantry staples: toss expired noodles into a ziptop bag and into the box they go.
Witch's Brew is available in a variety of sizes and types, including tea tins, tea bags, and kraft ziptop pouch.
Freeze until hard, then transfer to a ziptop bag and freeze, up to 3 days.
And yes, I have taken both the iPad and the Kindle into the bathtub with me (not at the same time), protected by a large ziptop plastic bag.
All non-medical gels, liquids, and aerosols must be in 3-oz containers (half-filling a large container is not allowed), and placed in a single, one-quart, ziptop plastic bag that must be shown to airport security screeners.
Place chicken in ziptop plastic bag and add dressing.
Two hours later, the educators left with ziptop bags packed with their own computer disk, address labels, a handout with information about Internet search engines and early childhood Web sites, business cards, a professional personalized letterhead for stationery, an E-mail account .
D, E - milk, liquid soap, food coloring, toothpicks, pie pans, large mixing bowl, sugar, evaporated milk, vanilla extract, vanilla instant pudding mix, ice, salt, small and large freezer--quality ziptop plastic bags, measuring cups, permanent markers, newspapers, paper towels, plastic spoons
from a health food store) Small ziptop vegetable bag
Pack stuffing mix and directions in ziptop bag before leaving camp.
Sand Food coloring Ziptop sandwich bags Paper plates White construction paper Pencil Glue Small bowl Paintbrush