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authentic bags for the food saver system,
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This review is from: FoodSaver 11" Roll, 3pk (Kitchen)
I've had a FoodSaver vacuum sealer system for many years and it can be difficult to find reasonably priced bags to go with it. I am very happy to have found the authentic replacement rolls at amazon. The 11 inch and 8 inch rolls are both high quality and work great. You cut them to whatever length you need. The price is as reasonable as I have found anywhere. I love my foodsaver system, it makes a huge difference. It's great for anything from meats in the freezer, cheese in the fridge, to brown sugar on the counter. It keeps brown sugar soft for years, which is really nice.
I would recommend these bags if you have a FoodSaver Vacuum Sealer at home. They are a great product.
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Initial post: Dec 21, 2012 12:14:06 PM PST
so you use some of the brown sugar and reseal with the vacuum seal stuff? Isn't this expensive? I haven't used one yet so I am not knowledgeable about it. Just seems like it is expensive. Can anyone give me an idea of how much it costs to seal, for instance, a steak or a 4 pieces of boneless chicken thighs? thanks
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 7, 2013 10:32:56 AM PST
Jean Farmer says:
I think I averaged it out to about 50 cents a bag at one point but it all depends on how big of a bag you use. I use a roll of the stuff that I can cut to size to fit my need. For something like brown sugar I cut an extra long bag so I can reseal after using. That part can be tiresome but I got tired of chucking brown sugar or not having usable sugar when I needed it. For chicken and steak it's great because the meat lasts longer without freezer burn. I suggest freezing it in the size pack you plan to use at one time. I usually only use one or two at a time so I freeze each piece of meat individually. Some people will freeze larger portions together depending on how you plan to use it later. Hope this helps.
In reply to an earlier post on Aug 17, 2014 9:44:36 AM PDT
J. Roszel says:
A trick I learned somewhere to "unblock" brown sugar: put a piece of fresh bread in the bag of brown sugar. Sounds weird, but it does work. Nonetheless, I too use my vacuum sealer with an extra large bag to give me enough length to reseal
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