HomeFood and CookingEpisode 101 – Repacking for Food Storage, Part 2


Episode 101 – Repacking for Food Storage, Part 2 — 2 Comments

  1. I just listened to your podcast. If you have a foodsaver for sealing, it’s worth the less than $10 investment to get the jar sealer attachment. I never use the foodsaver for the bags. The jars are wonderful. You can store nuts, chocolate chips, coconut, etc. along with other things. One cake mix will fit in a jar (but you would want to put it in a bag and then in the jar so the fine flour won’t get into the jar). Some people store their favorite cereals in it. I had some left over chex mix from Christmas one year and put it in a half gallon jar and sealed it. The next year we opened it up and it was just as crisp and good as it was the year before! Here’s a link so you can see what I am talking about. You can get an attachment for wide mouth and regular mouth jars. Here’s one from Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/FoodSaver-T03-0023-01-Wide-Mouth-Jar-Sealer/dp/B00005TN7H

  2. I thought I mentioned that I had one of those on the podcast(s). I use it all the time to seal food and other items in mason jars. Works great and is at worth having a Foodsaver just for that feature.

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