I want to try something different for a 25 pound of dried Green Split Peas. I am new at this, only been doing it a few months, so thought I would asked if anyone else has tried it. I normally store my bags of beans/beans/rice in a food grade 5 gallon bucket lined with a 5 gallon Mylar bag which includes 2500cc of Oxygen Absorbers and heat seal it. Standard procedure. I remove the beans from the factory bag and pour them into the Mylar bag that lines the bucket. And, there they stay. To use it, one simply opens the bucket and cuts open the Mylar, beans remain in Mylar and bucket. What I want to try and do differently is include the heavyduty factory bag that the beans/beans/rice comes in, cut the top open, place the ENTIRE bag inside the Mylar bad (bag and beans), insert the OAs and heat seal the Mylar. Anyone see a problem with that? I want to do this so that if I open the Mylar outer bag I can then remove the bag of beans to transport it instead of the bucket. For example, I want to give a bag to the neighbors but want to keep my bucket. They Mylar is not the strong, certainly it will not hold up with 25 pounds of beans shifting around but the heavy bag will.