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I feel like this would be one of the things I buy and never use.
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Actually this made the Christmas list for the misses. Thanks!
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Is this one better then the gm2050? That was posted earlier
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I feel like this would be one of the things I buy and never use.
We use ours all the time! Keeps food much longer.
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We use ours all the time! Keeps food much longer.
Kudos to you. How long are you shopping for and saving food for?
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I feel like this would be one of the things I buy and never use.
They are very useful for dry foods, transporting food(soup stew) without spilling(camping etc), and freezing without freezer burn.

I travel a lot for work and I use it all the time for dry foods like chips, pretzels, etc. I make a bag out of the material with 4-5 " of extra space, fill it with whatever food and then seal it at the very end.

Two weeks later when I get back from a trip I can then cut away the 1/4 in sealed strip (or just a corner, w/e) and get to still fresh/crisp food and re-vacuum seal. This works much much better than supposedly air-tight canisters which only slow the rate that the food goes stale.

I also use it to truly vacuum seal dried food in jars, (rice, beans, flour, brown sugar, etc) with this handy little kit
amazon.com/FoodSaver-FCARWJAH-000-Wide-Mouth-Regular-Accessory/dp/B016OL1AB6/
The hose attaches to the vacuum nozzle on the top, draws a vacuum in the jar, and when you release it the air pressure pushes the jar canning lid down. Tighten the jar ring, and you're done. Dried vacuum sealed food like this will store for decades in cool long term storage.

anywhoo, pretty good deal for the $$.
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this is a great sealer, bought it recently and pretty happy with it
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They are very useful for dry foods, transporting food(soup stew) without spilling(camping etc), and freezing without freezer burn.

I travel a lot for work and I use it all the time for dry foods like chips, pretzels, etc. I make a bag out of the material with 4-5 " of extra space, fill it with whatever food and then seal it at the very end.

Two weeks later when I get back from a trip I can then cut away the 1/4 in sealed strip (or just a corner, w/e) and get to still fresh/crisp food and re-vacuum seal. This works much much better than supposedly air-tight canisters which only slow the rate that the food goes stale.

I also use it to truly vacuum seal dried food in jars, (rice, beans, flour, brown sugar, etc) with this handy little kit
amazon.com/FoodSaver-FCARWJAH-000-Wide-Mouth-Regular-Accessory/dp/B016OL1AB6/
The hose attaches to the vacuum nozzle on the top, draws a vacuum in the jar, and when you release it the air pressure pushes the jar canning lid down. Tighten the jar ring, and you're done. Dried vacuum sealed food like this will store for decades in cool long term storage.

anywhoo, pretty good deal for the $$.
Hey didn't know that. Thanks for sharing might consider for the price it is at.
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Kudos to you. How long are you shopping for and saving food for?
We buy meats in large quantity, divide them up and store them for 1-2 months. Saves money and keeps the beef fresh. Also have family who farms, sends us quarter cows often, and it's great for saving that as well.
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Dang this is better than the GM2050 deal I just jumped on. How do I cancel the first order? Shoot can't cancel. This is $5 less and better rated than the one I bought today. 8.8% cash back on another site.
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I feel like this would be one of the things I buy and never use.
Then your not a Sous Vide cook. That been said your right as a thrift shopper you will find these and bread makers in every shop every day.
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Then your not a Sous Vide cook. That been said your right as a thrift shopper you will find these and bread makers in every shop every day.
Hey you're absolutely right.
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Is this one better then the gm2050? That was posted earlier
The reviews for this one on Amazon are much better than the other model.
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I didn't think I would use this either, but the food stays much better, and I tend to waste less.
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