Vacuum Food Sealer

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Re: Vacuum Food Sealer

Postby CampGrrlz » Mon May 31, 2010 3:51 pm

Serenity Now wrote:if the meat smells and looks/feels ok then is it ok??

Yes, follow your nose - if it stinks, chuck it out.

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Re: Vacuum Food Sealer

Postby Komodo » Mon May 31, 2010 6:40 pm

I have an Ebay unit - it kicks ass. I'd love to own a proper cryovac (one day...) but till then this unit serves me well.
I use it for hops, coffee, tinned fruit (ie when I only need half the tin of apples), read cooked meals for those nights when you CBF'd cooking, curries etc.

I also use it in the shed. Seal bits of projects up so parts dont get lost.

A friend seals "mini" bags of washing powder for those trips to the laundromat when your on the road (short term)

I have had to pull mine down and rebuild it once though as I accidentally sucked up sauce... They dont like liquid
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