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Foodsaver - Gotta Love It

GandolfGandolf Posts: 882
edited 12:01AM in EggHead Forum
I was looking for something easy, quick, and good for dinner last night. Found some remnants of a whole pig cook from 2007 in the freezer that I had packaged with my foodsaver. Three years, reheat In boiling water, and was nearly like just off the Egg. If you're on the fence about a foodsaver, get off and buy one!

Have a great New Year everyone!

Comments

  • RVHRVH Posts: 523
    A few weeks back I was setting up to smoke cheese and my wife said she would be back in a little while. When I went back inside the house, she had everything laid out to begin the cheese sealing process with a brand new Foodsaver. She actually said "More! Bring me more!" when we ran out of cheese to feed the new Suck-o-Matic. Just add me to the chorus of the "why did I wait so long" folks.
  • I'm sold on mine!!! Found out the hard way that Ziploc freezer bags aren't good for freezing pulled pork.
  • 2Fategghead2Fategghead Posts: 9,623
    Got mine just before Christmas. It was just in time for us to put away our 20 pounds of buck board bacon. We just love it. I got the package deal and it included a 2.25 quart quick marinater. I made a batch of low sodium flavor brine and after it cooled I tried it out on some pork chops. Wow! Twenty min's later the chops were fully saturated and ready to sear. I seared them and after the rest cut into them and it was like they were injected. Very juicy and tender and flavorful. I ain't looking back we will keep making better food. Tim ;)
  • MikeeMikee Posts: 831
    I bought my first Food Saver about 5 years ago for $20. Lately it was not working so well so I bought another oneone for $80 with some accessories. I think everyone should have one. It does save a bunch of money. Bags are a bit expensive but I cut them bigger than needed and get 5 or so uses out of them. I wash them and then sanatize them with bleach.
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