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Use a Vacuum packaging pouch for Food Storage
I use my vacuum packaging pouch for fresh frozen produce such as peas, broccoli, strawberries, peppers, blueberries, kale, chard, green beans and pretty much anything else that is not a puree. I like to freeze the produce on sheet pans, and then pack into meal/recipe size bags and seal.
Use a Vacuum packaging pouch to Reseal Wine, Oil or Vinega
Once you break the seal, the shelf life on most liquids drops dramatically – especially wine. I found out while researching for this review that they now make a wine stopper attachment.
Use a Vacuum packaging pouch to Protect from Corrosion
You can use your vacuum sealer to protect the shine on your silver cutlery and save yourself a lot of time polishing, Just make sure to wrap the cutlery in a cloth or thick paper before sealing, so that the fork tines or sharp knife edges don't puncture the vacuum bag.
Use a Vacuum packaging pouch to Reseal Cracker Bags, Chip Bags and Mylar Bags
Chip clips and clothespins might keep bag contents from spilling all over the pantry, but they don't work very well to keep the bag contents fresh, especially under humid conditions.
Use a Vacuum packaging pouch for Emergency Preparedness
Since we don't have any stores really close. Welllll… when the boys were younger, we went through a ton of band-aids, because they were perpetually getting scrapes, scratches and bumps.
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