[Sca-cooks] seal a meal questions
K C Francis
katiracook at hotmail.com
Tue Sep 4 14:16:58 PDT 2007
My old machine requires me to press out the air by hand and I find it just
fine for my needs as I only seal saucy things for onsite boiling. If I
wanted to seal meats and other chunky things, and avoid freezer burn, I'd
get a new machine. I alwo have a little hand device that lets me reseal
potato chip bags, etc. Very handy!
>From: "Kathleen A Roberts" <karobert at unm.edu>
>Reply-To: Cooks within the SCA <sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org>
>To: Cooks within the SCA <sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org>
>Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] seal a meal questions
>Date: Tue, 04 Sep 2007 08:09:11 -0600
>cleaning the garage yesterday, we came upon a dazey
>seal-a-meal that was given to us (used) several years ago
>when the previous owner said that he could not find bags
>for it easily enough.
>nowadays, bags can be found almost everywhere in varying
>styles. does anyone know...
>how to tell if it is working without buying the bags?
> could i test drive it on a regular plastic sandwich or
>ziplock bag without gumming up the works?
>do you have to use the brand bags with the brand sealer?
>how important is the vacumm feature? i think this is just
>a straight sealer.
>if this is easy enough to test out, and works, i may be
>starting a few choruses of 'pennies from heaven' for next
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