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Non-Food

Everything that does not go into the mouth.

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Durable and easy to use

Translated from Japanese: The material smelled when it arrived, so when I put it in a well-ventilated place for about two days, the smell disappeared.
I put my dog's walking goods inside and use it every day. I put a 500ml PET bottle, a folding umbrella, and various other small items in it and I can use it with confidence because this eco bag is sturdy.
I use it by hooking the handle on the carabiner and it’s solid and not worn out.
It seems to be usable for a long time.

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Strong useful bag! I have 4 of these.

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Translated from Japanese: It's nice to know how to cook.
Often, I slightly insert a thermometer and check the temperature each time,
If that is the case, it’s troublesome to insert it many times and it’s also troublesome to leave dirty things.
This product is very convenient because you can leave it inserted from the beginning.
However, there are times when it takes some strength to insert it, depending on the type of meat, my lack of strength, etc.
Therefore, I removed 1 star.

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No more worries about failure

Translated from Japanese: The time it takes for the meat to cook depends on the coldness of the meat just before cooking and the oven used, but it’s highly recommended for those who don’t know how to cook.
In addition, this product seems to be usable for meat with a thickness of 2.5 cm or more.
There is no Japanese in the attached manual, but Horizon Farms will add a Japanese explanation, so I think that you can use it even if you cannot read the attached manual.
The rump roast will flash to let you know when the meat has reached the right temperature, but it doesn't make a sound, so you need to keep an eye on the rump roast while you're grilling the meat.

I immediately tried using it when grilling beef rump roast and pork shoulder and both were very satisfying. After all, there was a difference of a few minutes between the reference baking time written in the recipe and the actual time taken, so I was glad I had the Steak Champ thermometer.
“I bought good meat but failed to cook it!” I'm glad that I don't have to worry about this anymore.