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How do you store Silpat?

Posted by sarahcamper (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 8, 07 at 14:52

As I was cleaning my very often used silpats today, I was wondering how they are commonly stored. I usually roll mine up and put them back in their boxes. Any other/better ideas?


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RE: How do you store Silpat?

The directions say to store either rolled or flat, so it sounds like yours are being treated quite nicely!


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RE: How do you store Silpat?

I keep mine on the baking sheet that I use it with. After the silpat dries from washing I just slide it and the sheet back into the cabinet together. I wish I had kept the box or something though... sometimes the silpat flops over and gets shoved to the back of the cabinet when I put something else in next to it. It's a tough thing to find a good clean place for!


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RE: How do you store Silpat?

I keep them rolled inside the cardboard roll from paper towels.


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RE: How do you store Silpat?

I do the same as jane d.


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RE: How do you store Silpat?

After washing and drying I put them back on the cookie sheets/jelly roll pans so they are flat


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RE: How do you store Silpat?

I roll mine up, but last weekend I was listening to Melinda Lee on her radio show. She is a master cook. She has a teaching segment each week and this one was on Silpat. She said they need to be stored flat.

Mine are still rolled up. I have to think of a way to store them. It is hard to lay them out because they tend to stick to things.


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RE: How do you store Silpat?

I roll mine up and put them back in the boxes also. The get stored in the baking drawer. Have been doing it that way for years. No problems as of yet. NancyLouise


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RE: How do you store Silpat?

Same as marigene - flat on the cookie sheets.


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