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Long story short: Both the SousVide Supreme pouches and the FoodSaver bags are perfect for quick, airtight vacuum-sealing, and it looks like both are also free of BPA- and EA-leaching issues. These pouches should be fine for sous viders who are concerned about minimizing prep time while maximizing food safety.




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Carolyn, Excellent blog entry. Like many readers, Robin and I have a food sealer. We do find that the bags are expensive. In addition to our food saver, we have a mason jar attachment, which vacuums the air out of an standard mason jar. We have found that we can dramatically extend the life of lettuce in a vacuum. Also, Robin uses it as a bug-free way to store flour, brown sugar, and other pantry items. The best part is that its reusable, unlike canning, mason jar lids can be used over and over again.We plan to be cruising next fall, and I think we are going to have to make room for our food saver.


Our first year of cruising in the Bahamas for the winter I froze all our meats in double zip lock bags on land and stashed them in our top load freezer on our cat. The balmy temps made it tough to keep the meats constantly frozen solid and eventually we had a b***y icy mess, even with the double ziplocks.


I bought a food saver (maybe the mini) and 2 rolls of bags for $7 at goodwill. I see them fairly often (except last year when I was looking for one) and have been thrilled so far.I tried the ziplock pump, but it constantly broke the vacuum in the freezer.At home I have chicken in marinade in the freezer, ready to go when I need a quick diner


In the early 1990s, there was a company that made a vacuum sealer called foodsaver. It was based on an italian model that I have never been able to find. This one uses canisters and special bags which I found to be a PITA. We use it on LeeZe to vacuum out items stored in glass jars. We also use it with a thing narrow tube to suck the air out of twin seal ziplock bags.


Thanks for the article. I was thinking about getting one for storing some spares and parts in in the bilge. did not think much about food storage. concerning freezing everything. we only have a single box. we have been using it as only a fridge and not a freezer. wondering if you would still have one for food if you only had a fridge and not a freezer?


-sealers/handheld-vacuum-sealers/the-foodsaver-freshsaver-handheld-vacuum-sealing-system/FSFRSH0051-P00.html#start=3I have had this freshsaver for more than a year and I use this daily. It is a very good product and keeps food fresh for weeks. Great for frozen food and keeps odors like onions and garlic in the bag, not the fridge. Great for dried foods as well. And can be purchased through the website or at Walmart around $20.


So easy to use, fits both size bag rolls (no need to buy the actual bags IMO) and a small footprint which is key on a boat. Sits on the ledge behind the salon settee. Very happy with it and agree that it is a must for small freezer efficiency.


I disagree about generic bags, I buy bags on eBay exclusively and have never had an issue using them on a cheap foodsaver vacuum sealer. Recently started getting generic ones that are embossed on both sides, work very well. I would never buy name brand vacuum sealer bags personally. The generics will easily keep you freezer burn free for over a year.


While most people buy vacuum sealers for food purposes, there are others out there who use them to preserve nonfood items as well. Consider whether you plan on using the sealer for mostly meats, which stay sealed better with a thicker seal band, or if you are going to use it just to freeze veggies and dried goods. A sealer with a thinner seal band is acceptable for veggies and dried goods.


This is important for several reasons. If you expect food to sit in the freezer for a year or more, you will need a sealer that has a nice, wide sealing band that helps keep the bag sealed.


I knew I wanted to include money but I needed it to be somewhat inaccessible to me, the free-spending adult in the family(!) and also waterproof. So after folding up about $50 in cash, I used my Food Saver to vacuum pack the emergency cash. I trimmed the edges so it fits nicely in the case, and voila! Waterproof and Lisa-proof emergency cash!


My second one I thought I wore out, but it only needed a new set of gaskets. Needless to say, now that I have 2 of them, they both get lots of use. Not just for food but for my silver that I only use occasionally, for dry clothes when we go camping or fishing or motorcycling, for fiddly little things that could easily get lost in my tool box, the gifts that I make during the year that I want to keep clean & bug free, you name it, if it can safely be sealed, I seal it.


External machines are not ideal for sealing liquid-rich foods like marinated meats, soups, and stews since the liquids tend to get drawn out of the bag with the air. Some units have a marinate button on the control panel, but this method usually requires using a canister and extends the cycle time. One way around this is to freeze the liquid before packaging it. Pour the liquid into the vacuum bag and place it upright in your freezer. Once the liquid is fully frozen, you can use your external vacuum sealer to seal the bag, following the same steps as you would vacuum seal solid foods.


Do not vacuum seal mushrooms, garlic, and soft and unpasteurized cheeses like brie and ricotta. These products might contain anaerobic bacteria, which can grow and thrive within the oxygen-free environment inside a vacuum pouch.


Vacuum-sealing food dramatically increases its shelf life. The exact amount of time that vacuum-sealed food will last depends on whether you are storing it in the freezer, refrigerator, or pantry. Foods that spoil quickly, such as fish, vegetables, and meats, can last an average of two to three years when vacuum-sealed and frozen, and dry goods that typically have a one-month shelf life, such as bread, can last upwards of a year when vacuum-sealed and stored in your pantry.


Removing all the air from the bag prevents bacteria growth, protects foods from freezer burn, and reduces dehydration to help eliminate food waste in your establishment. Foods will retain a higher degree of freshness for longer than traditional storage methods, and the foods are preserved naturally without chemicals. Since vacuum sealing retains the moisture and juices of the food, you may notice that vacuum packaging foods can improve their taste.


Since vacuum sealing removes the air from the bag, vacuum-sealed food takes up less room in your refrigerator, freezer, or pantry shelves. This can help you better organize your storeroom and free up space for products in cans and boxes.


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  • Strong, multi-ply material resistant to punctures

  • Deep evacuation channels in material quickly remove air and moisture

  • Made in the USA with over 90% U.S. Materials

  • BPA free



Although we typically think of using vacuum sealers for food items we plan to throw in the freezer, the FoodSaver V2244 can also significantly extend the life of food stored in your refrigerator or pantry.


"Although you can use zipper top or silicone bags [for sous vide cooking], a vacuum seal bag is the best way to ensure a successful cook." says Chelsea Cole, food blogger and cookbook author of Sous Vide Meal Prep. "It's the most effective way to get as much air out of the bag as possible and get a good seal. I also use it to meal prep and stock my freezer with ready to sous vide meals."


Since the vacuum sealer works by placing the suction over a port, you have to use Zwilling's specially designed bags and containers with the sealer. The glass containers are oven-, microwave-, dishwasher-, and freezer-safe.


The best part of the Zwilling vacuum sealer is the companion app. You scan the bag or container you're using and input the type of food, date, and method of storage. The app will then send you alerts when it's getting close to expiration. It helps me stay organized and makes me less likely to forget about the foods lurking in the back of my freezer.


Freshness preservation: I put all the vacuum sealed meat in the freezer for a month, vacuum sealed produce in the refrigerator for two weeks ,and vacuum sealed crackers in the pantry for a month. At the end of the testing period I evaluated all food for freshness. All sealers passed this test.


I drive a semi truck. Eating healthy on the road is a challenge. I discovered foodsaver and it has changed my life! When I am home, I buy meat on sale cook all morning. Then either flash freeze or wait until cooled and shrink wrap portions to take with me! It is great. I am out 6 days and pack 12 meals. Including veggies and fruits! 041b061a72


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