Vacuum Sealing Food Items

TOP TIPS FOR VACUUM PACKAGING MEAT

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TOP TIPS FOR VACUUM PACKAGING MEAT

TOP TIPS FOR VACUUM PACKAGING MEAT Today’s modern society is all go. As a result, we are spending a lesser amount of time on food preparation, and putting a greater emphasis on convenience. Although it may be easier, most of us remain clueless about what is really in the prepackaged food that we buy. Top tips for vacuum packaging meat will help ypou understand. The amount of time spent on cooking and preparing food directly correlates to our diet quality and health. Doesn’t it therefore seem logical that to buy in bulk, vacuum seal it, and keep food fresh by...

 

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VACUUM SEALING VEGETABLES

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VACUUM SEALING VEGETABLES

HOW TO VACUUM SEALING VEGETABLES We often get asked the best method for vacuum sealing vegetables, and which vegetables you can vacuum safely. This week we share our top vacuum sealing techniques for vegetables to help you get the most out of your food vacuum sealer. Buying Vegetables Always try to source the freshest vegetables available. We usually try to buy locally grown seasonal vegetables and organic whenever possible, or keep an eye on those supermarket deals, and stock up on a particular favourite when prices are at their lowest. Freezing Vegetables The best vegetables for freezing are low-acid veggies....

 

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How to Vacuum Seal Cooked Meals

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How to Vacuum Seal Cooked Meals

This week I wanted to share my step-by-step guide on how I vacuum seal cooked meals such as soups, stews, casseroles, sauces and anything else that is liquid based. First, I divide into portions using takeaway containers. Then I place these in the freezer overnight. The following day I pop the frozen meal or sauce out of the container and into a vacuum seal bag, then seal and place back in the freezer! They easily stack too for space saving. This year I had a tomato seed that escaped it's packaging and it has simply  gone nuts this Summer, with...

 

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Storing Strawberries

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Storing Strawberries

What to look for when storing strawberries The spring stores the store with strawberries, which invite from the shelves even until late autumn. But the sweetest are the home-made ones, which you diligently weave and nurture all year round, and they richly reward and delight you in May. The first berries go like honey, but a week later, when they are plentiful, it pays to store them well so that you can use them later. Strawberries do not like moisture Strawberries do not tolerate moisture well, so it is recommended that you wash them just before you plan to eat them. In case...

 

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