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Old 08-25-2020, 10:26 AM   #1
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Is One Food Vacuum Sealer Machine the Same as All the Rest?

Saving money on food is everyone’s concern. After all, feeling as though you’re wasting food is never a good thing. If you want a more efficient way to keep leftover food so that you’re not wasting money on it, a good food vacuum sealer machine is what you need. Although they are not all alike, many of them do share some basic similarities. One of the first things that you’ll need to decide is whether you need a standard sealer or one made for commercial use. The ones made for commercial use can be used by individuals who freeze large volumes of food and small business owners as well. Once you make this decision, choosing the right sealer machine is super easy.
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Basic Types of Vacuum Sealers

The standard sealing machines have the sealing device in the front of them while most of the professional sealers require the food to be placed on top instead. One of the differences between the two main types is the amount of food that can be sealed at a time; naturally, the machines that can accommodate larger amounts of food will be a bit pricier. In addition, the vacuum sealer professional machines have all types of settings, can accommodate both wet and dry foods, can accommodate all types of foods including meats and even soups, and are usually lightweight in case you need to move them from one location to another. In fact, the commercial ones have everything you need to save just about any type of food and they often have special settings that allow you to seal liquids and even accommodate sous vide cooking if that’s what you want.


The best part is that even if your budget is limited, you can still find a great food sealer that suits your needs. This means that whether you have a family of two people or a business that has to take care of hundreds of patrons per day, you can find an excellent food vacuum sealer without breaking the bank. All of these sealers are in fact made to handle large quantities of food so you can buy any of them with confidence because they are built sturdily and will last a very long time.
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Lots of Features That You Need

Your typical high-quality food vacuum sealer machine also has features that make it super easy to operate and can even make it fun to use. This includes digital LCD displays, units that are quiet while being used, heavy-duty construction that means it can accommodate anything you need it to do, and even double-sealing options that guarantee the food will be sealed securely every time. There’s also no learning curve to these sealers because you only need to learn a few simple instructions before you get started. Sealing food well before placing it in the freezer not only allows you to keep leftovers longer than you would otherwise but it also helps food taste much better once you do eat it. It even helps prevent freezer burn so there is more than one reason to get one of these machines.
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Old 08-26-2020, 09:08 AM   #2
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I've been using a FoodSaver sealer well over 20 years for wild game and commercial meat. Every time they have a buy one get one free or buy one get 2 free I stock up and vacuum seal them. Of course, this requires a free standing freezer as well.

You can save a lot of money over the years by doing this.
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I had one. got a lot of freezer burn from the thin plastic. personally, I wrap my meats in Reynolds Freezer Paper and label it. never an issue, even with items left in the freezer for extended periods of time. My freezer is set to -40F
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You got freezer burn from something you packed with a FoodSaver or some other brand?

In my over 20 years with mine I've never had freezer burn and I've occasionally messed up and stuff has been in my freezer for over 3 years. Was still good, too.
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Foodsaver was the brand and it was even worse in one of my older non-frost free freezers
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this isnt a forum to yak. its a classifieds section guys.
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