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Friday, May 8, 2015

Yumms! BBQ Mat Review

Hello Everyone-
Today I would like to tell you about a product I received free in exchange for a review. 
It is
Yumms! BBQ Mat. *Now as always the opinions expressed here are my own and always will be.*

This is what the company has to say about it:

PREVENTS FOOD FALLING THROUGH THE CRACKS which eliminates the frustration of wasting perfectly good food due to a poor BBQ setup
EVEN HEAT DISTRIBUTION (with grill marks) provide added flavor by cooking the meat in its own natural juices... making your food taste delicious
NON-STICK SURFACE made from a material similar to Teflon (which is both dishwasher safe and hand washable) makes it effortless to keep clean... and continually reuse over and over again for decades.
FDA APPROVED and can withstand heat up to 450 degrees F... providing you peace of mind with respect to safety and durability
CUSTOMIZABLE and comes in a set of 2... which can be cut and modified to any size or shape to perfectly fit any BBQ to achieve flawless results..PLUS our LIFETIME GUARANTEE makes it a no-risk purchase. If you're ever unsatisfied for any reason, simply return it for a 100% refund... no questions asked

This is my take on the product:
This is an exciting new product for me because we recently got a new grill and I wanted to keep it as clean as possible. These are a good way to do that. 

I like these because they are non-stick and you can cook without adding any unnecessary oils. My Husband and myself are on diets so we can appreciate that.

These can be cut to size to fit any size you need and can be doubled up if not large enough. These also can be used in the oven and can handle heat up to 500 degrees.

They can be hand washed or put in the dishwasher.

I was worried about cooking on something so different but was relieved to find out they are FDA approved and PFOA free. 

Overall I'm happy with the job they did. The food didn't stick and tasted great! 

Yumms! BBQ Mat can be purchased here-

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