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FoodSaver Easy Seal & Peel Vacuum Seal Rolls (11" x 14') EXPIRED

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FoodSaver.com has FoodSaver Easy Seal & Peel Vacuum Seal Rolls (11" x 14') for $49.90 - 60% w/ promo code SAVE60 = $19.99. Shipping is free for Freshbucks Members (free to join). Thanks daisybeetle


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Foodsaver has 5-Pack FoodSaver 11" x 14' Easy Seal & Peel Vacuum Seal Rolls [foodsaver.com] $49.90 - 60% w code SAVE60 = $19.99. Shipping is free for Freshbucks Members (free to join [foodsaver.com])

Also available: 2-Pack FoodSaver Easy Seal & Peel 8" x 18' Vacuum Seal Roll [amazon.com] $5 + free shipping with Prime NLA
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No the person you are asking but here are the pre-cut bags I use. Great price and no issues at all. Haven't used the name brand bags or rolls since finding these a few years ago.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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I've purchased these generic bags in different sizes. Holds a seal and very easy.

Foodsaver compatible FoodVacBags 100 Quart Size 8x12-inch Vacuum Sealer Storage Bags, BPA Free, Commercial Grade, Heavy Duty, Sous Vide https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DSST...IDbR9D1D8W [amazon.com]
The ones posted by lazervapor are a better deal per square inche. They are also 4mil thick versus 3mil thick.
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No the person you are asking but here are the pre-cut bags I use. Great price and no issues at all. Haven't used the name brand bags or rolls since finding these a few years ago.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 [amazon.com]
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The ones posted by lazervapor are a better deal per square inche. They are also 4mil thick versus 3mil thick.
Thanks

I see the added value but I have tried a number of options. The ones I use just work without issues.
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Thanks, Op!!

Was able to get this deal!! Any deals on food saver vacuum machines? Seems, like I have to get a new one every 2 yrs or so, I use it a lot for meats!! Thanks!!
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I'm seeing $15.99 for the Amazon link, not $5. What am I doing wrong?
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Here's what I use and with my $30 sealer I've gone through over half of the bags now, and that's cutting them in half as I meal-prep and a quart is far too big for that:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01HJ0IU9G/


It's basically 133' x 12" for $20.

No easy peel if that matters.

I'll take about 50 of them and take a knife and cut the whole lot in half then seal one side in prep for my cooking sessions (only have to do half, the other will have the seal already). It's still far less work than using the roll where you get really inconsistent results on bag sizing unless you take your time.

Costco rotisserie chicken + brown rice + black beans + sweet corn + instant pot + vacuum sealer = ~$.85-1.25 for a good balanced meal. Make 50 meals in a go and freeze. Put in the fridge the day before consumption and it'll taste almost exactly the same as the day you made it. Last up to a year but they never last that long in my household.
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I've been using the generic bags for years and have never had an issue not related to the sealer.
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We actually prefer the generic rolls. We have a FoodSaver Vacuum and stuck with their branded bags for a long time and always struggled with sealing issues. Out of frustration we tried these ones that someone else recommended in another SD thread, and we haven't had any of those issues at all anymore. Now we have these on subscribe & save every three months: 2 Pack - 11" x 50' and 8'' x 50' Vacuum Sealer Rolls Food Storage Saver Commercial Grade Bag for Foodsaver Sous Vide https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B01K0...IDbG7KENNZ
Thanks for the info brodie
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Here's what I use and with my $30 sealer I've gone through over half of the bags now, and that's cutting them in half as I meal-prep and a quart is far too big for that:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01HJ0IU9G/


It's basically 133' x 12" for $20.

No easy peel if that matters.

I'll take about 50 of them and take a knife and cut the whole lot in half then seal one side in prep for my cooking sessions (only have to do half, the other will have the seal already). It's still far less work than using the roll where you get really inconsistent results on bag sizing unless you take your time.

Costco rotisserie chicken + brown rice + black beans + sweet corn + instant pot + vacuum sealer = ~$.85-1.25 for a good balanced meal. Make 50 meals in a go and freeze. Put in the fridge the day before consumption and it'll taste almost exactly the same as the day you made it. Last up to a year but they never last that long in my household.
Damn dude, talk about saving money. Your hitting it hard with the punches.
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Damn dude, talk about saving money. Your hitting it hard with the punches.
For me it's about ease and dieting. That meal has lots of fiber, protein, tastes good (it's a burrito bowl basically) and is portioned properly.... and as a bonus it's cheap. Takes about 2 minutes to prep a meal, so I never really have to cook outside of the 5-6 hour sessions I put in once every two months or so.

My other go-tos are chili, split pea soup, salmon/asparagus/potatoes and chicken teriyaki. All high protein, high fiber, lowish calories. Only the Salmon costs more than $1.50 a meal.

Not that anyone cares, ultimately it's all so I can achieve maximum laziness while still having a decent diet.
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whats the difference between and the generic rolls?
Very little
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Logged into my Freshbucks account and did not even have to enter the code, automatically went down to $19.99. Thanks for the heads up, I just ran out of these last week and this is even better than Costco price.
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Cannot find the Amazon deal for $5. It is just coming up at $16.

The FoodSaver deal is very good but $8.50 shipping hurts big time.
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Cannot find the Amazon deal for $5. It is just coming up at $16.

The FoodSaver deal is very good but $8.50 shipping hurts big time.
Deal is dead
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Been using generic on amazon for years no issue sealing if you let the machine do it's job. Can get 100' for this price any day
Been using these without any problem

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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