Vacuum Sealers- Do they Save Money?

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    Just got a food saver for Christmas from my in-laws. Looking forward to using it, thanks to these tips.

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    very informative. learned a lot of new ideas.

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    Thanks for the tip on folding the paper towel to keep the meat juice from getting sucked into the motor and well! sometimes the juice prevents it from sealing well and then we have to resituate the meat and start again, this will save a lot of hassle and frustration. Thank you!

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    This is one kitchen gadget that I do not own. Sounds like I need to invest in one soon. Thanks for the information.

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    You can reseal an opened bag of cereal or chips. After opening the bag, simply place the opened edge in the sealer and press seal. I've had my FoodSaver for years, use it regularly and would replace it immediately if it should quit working.

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    I love my FoodSaver! I picked it up at a garage sale a couple of years ago for $3..Can't believe they didn't like it!! I've bought several canisters at thrift shops, and I recently ordered the jar sealers from the FoodSaver website. I've found that Goodwill is an especially good source for supplies...I just got 4 brand new boxes of bags for $1 each.
    I use mine for meats, mixes, sealing pasta, sugar, flour, spices and leftovers.
    And Lukers...thanks for posting about sealing cereal and chips. I was wondering if that would work, but didn't want to risk messing up my sealer.

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    This is awesome, I've been looking for a way to keep my veggies fresh, I can't wait to try it

 

 
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