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yah, i had one, and it dont do a whole lot. i make a lot of marinated chicken, teriyaki, etc. the few times i tried this, it didnt hold vacuum. then, it is kinda big, so i have to move a lotta stuff around in the fridge so it fits. even when it did hold vacuum, i could not tell a difference. then, in order for it to work at all, a LOT of marinade has to be used, so the meat is almost covered. since there is only the 2 of us, a lot gets wasted. i think the best way now is i use a freezer bag, put my chicken and marinade in, and leave it for a few hours, or overnite. i dont recommend it
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auto vs manual, auto stop, no crush, marinator extension and warranty. tbh the $65 one does it all and not really too Mich a cost difference. I use mine almost every day. it's amazing what you can do with this. I use this for sous vide and just for preserving big batches. it also keeps my coffee fresh for months in the freezer.
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What are the considerations for choosing which Foodsaver to go with? I just need it to save food. Don't they all do that?
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auto vs manual, auto stop, no crush, marinator extension and warranty. tbh the $65 one does it all and not really too Mich a cost difference. I use mine almost every day. it's amazing what you can do with this. I use this for sous vide and just for preserving big batches. it also keeps my coffee fresh for months in the freezer.
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Are these marinators universal to work with any vacuum sealer, or only with Foodsaver?
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is the handheld foodsaver vacuum compatible with this?

https://www.walmart.com/ip/FoodSa...m/15777783
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does anyone have any direct experience with vacuum marination? according to this test, the results are pretty underwhelming with even just a marshmallow-- something much less dense than meat. I was Keen to getting one after getting my vacuum sealer but now I'm much more skeptical.

http://www.genuineideas.com/Artic...inade.html
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I don't understand vacuum marination at all. Pressure marination works fine but you are better off buying a whipped cream container
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Amazon chat refused to price match the marinator. Meh

foodsaver site has free shipping tho, i guess I'm in for that. Cool
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does the quick marinator work with the handheld?
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I got the marinator the last time I think it was 12 bucks shipped? I loooove it. great deal
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does anyone have any direct experience with vacuum marination? according to this test, the results are pretty underwhelming with even just a marshmallow-- something much less dense than meat. I was Keen to getting one after getting my vacuum sealer but now I'm much more skeptical.

http://www.genuineideas.com/Artic...inade.html
yah, i had one, and it dont do a whole lot. i make a lot of marinated chicken, teriyaki, etc. the few times i tried this, it didnt hold vacuum. then, it is kinda big, so i have to move a lotta stuff around in the fridge so it fits. even when it did hold vacuum, i could not tell a difference. then, in order for it to work at all, a LOT of marinade has to be used, so the meat is almost covered. since there is only the 2 of us, a lot gets wasted. i think the best way now is i use a freezer bag, put my chicken and marinade in, and leave it for a few hours, or overnite. i dont recommend it
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I was looking at the Foodsaver deals the past two weeks and glad I waited for this one. I ordered the Red Handheld with two orders of the 26 count Quart Bags (52 total) for $25.41 shipped to my door. A previous QVC deal offered the unit with 20 quart bags for $30. This is a steal for small jobs which is what my family would use it for.
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does anyone have any direct experience with vacuum marination? according to this test, the results are pretty underwhelming with even just a marshmallow-- something much less dense than meat. I was Keen to getting one after getting my vacuum sealer but now I'm much more skeptical.

http://www.genuineideas.com/Artic...inade.html
Marshmallow seems silly since it isn't all about density. There's saturation and other factors as well. The chicken breast test seems like a slightly better example.

I would agree it probably doesn't do much. If anything, it probably just shaves an hour or so off the marinating time.
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