An online friend of mine posted about this baggy-rack thing she bought and how great it was, and my first thought was that it was sort of silly.
Later that night I was trying to shovel cookie dough into a zip-top bag and thinking (once again) that it would be nice to grow an extra arm. And then I thought, gee, maybe that baggy-rack thing isn't so goofy after all.
I contacted the company to see if they wanted a review, because, well, why not? It's what I do. I can't afford to buy every last thing I review, or you'd be reading about the best toothpicks for cheese cubes.
I didn't get an answer from the company, so I bought the darned thing. I mean, I can't afford to buy everything I review, but I can buy some stuff.
And I was intrigued by the Jokari baggy rack, particularly after my friend was so enthusiastic about it. It sounded like something I might actually use regularly.
If it worked.
It wasn't long before I tried it. Like, as soon as I opened the box from Amazon. And then I found more uses. It's great for holding bags that I want to put food into - like cookie dough, leftovers for storage, flour for breading meats ... all sorts of things. I'm thinking it might also be useful for holding pastry bags for filling them, because that's always messy when I do it. Always...
And, it could also be useful for holding trash bags for disposal or for compost.
Who's it for: Pretty much anyone who doesn't have three arms.
Pros: This is useful and inexpensive.
Cons: It's one more thing you have to store.
Source: I purchased this from Amazon.