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I usually shop for appliances at Lowes and for Tools online. You have to feel bad about anyone who was scammed by Sears into buying extended warranties. It bizarre Sears Canada never had a 3rd party insurance company backing their service plans.
It’s crooked behaviour like this that’s driving people to buy online. Who wants to sit in a Best Buy shopping for a TV while a salesperson tries to sell you over priced Monster Cables and Extended warranties.
I’d rather do a price match with Amazon than step into a Best Buy to Buy a TV.
What about canning them?
If you need to bag 'em, maybe try to put them in the bags, then lay the bags flat in the freezer. Leave the bags long enough that you can fold the open end up over the top of the flat. When frozen, pull them out and seal them.
Difference I should point out is that a true, traditional pasty - at least from our regional tradition - needs to have that cubed steak vs ground. But I've had all kinds of variations, and love them with pulled pork.
The simplicity was great though. And dough just flour, shortening, bit of salt and water. Simple all the way around.