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Old 03-11-2020, 09:57 AM
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Hi,

I had been looking for sealable plastic bags for subs, but couldn't find anything.

one night, while at the bar, I saw the bartender put a leftover bottle of wine in a to go bag.

They are not a thick as baggies, but I suspect that they will be good enough to keep a sub dry for a day.

just thought I would share.
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I have never had a sub last so long as to require a bag....but thanks for the information.
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A couple years ago, some one on THT was advertising sub sandwhich bags.
Old 03-11-2020, 10:54 AM
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https://thesubsafe.com/
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Agree with cksea, sub safes are awesome. Completely waterproof, come with adapters so they fit 2 different sizes and are hard plastic so they wont get crushed.
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Ever try cutting the sub in half and putting in a gallon Ziploc bag?
It's how we do it in the south!
Old 03-11-2020, 02:49 PM
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just go here:

https://m.facebook.com/salkrisandcharlies/

besides being hands down the best sandwich around, tell them you are taking them on the boat / fishing and they’ll put them in waterproof bags for you
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That's funny, a condom for subs. These are the things you miss when you always go out before sunrise.
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Old 03-12-2020, 03:13 AM
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I use siran wrap for subs and for wraps. It holds everything in place when you only want to eat half of it.
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But a yeti, Has a dry rack on top, no need for any wrapping 😎
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I just save all my bread bags
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We seem to want publix subs almost every time we go on the boat so we bought a thing called subsafe. Cool idea and they sell them at publix.

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I like the idea of the subsafe.
Old 03-13-2020, 11:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Jus Teasin View Post
Ever try cutting the sub in half and putting in a gallon Ziploc bag?
It's how we do it in the south!
No one up north cares how you do things south of the Mason-Dixon. I think we've made it perfectly clear since the "War of Northern Aggression" that we know the better way to do everything...
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All this talk about sammiches.

I want one or two of these contraptions. Do they make three footers?
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Back in the day we used to get our meatball grinders wrapped in tin foil, that way we could put them on the hot engine to warm .up
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should have been called the sub-yeti or sub-condom. to each his own but I'd say a bit over priced and a zip lock would work just fine for me.

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