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FoodSaver Vacuum Sealer Tips

Vegetable seeds
Many people don't make the most out of their <strong>FoodSaver Vacuum Sealer</strong>. Here are a few tips that can help you use your FoodSaver to the fullest.
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Vacuum Sealing Powders with a FoodSaver

Flour
One common problem people run into when using the <strong>FoodSaver Vacuum Sealer jar attachment</strong> is that it loses it's seal over time when the jar has powders inside. This affects flour, powdered sugar and other powder-like substances.
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Is Reusing FoodSaver Bags OK?

Foodsaver vacuum sealer bags
A: Many people wonder if you can reuse the vacuum bags that you use with the <strong>FoodSaver Vacuum Sealers</strong>. The answer is a definite yes. There are a few things to keep in mind when you do this to maximize the reuse.
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Oliso FF-500 Frisper Freshkeeper Vacuum Sealer with Reusable Bags Review

Oliso frisper freshkeeper
As FoodSaver Vacuum Sealers become more and more popular there are a slew of competitors entering the vacuum sealer market. Many choose to offer alternatives to the FoodSaver formula, preferring to try different methods of sealing rather than compete at FoodSaver's own game.<br/><br/> The latest product to take on the FoodSaver is the <strong>Oliso Frisper Freshkeeper Vacuum Sealer</strong>. The Oliso differentiates itself by basing itself on reusable bags.
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iTouchless Vacuum Sealer and Bag Resealer

Itouchless food sealer
iTouchless is a brand known for their excellent automated hands-free trash can. Since that success they've tried moving into other areas of the kitchen with mixed success. We thought we'd look at their bag resealer and vacuum sealer and see how they stack up.
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Reynolds Handi-Vac Vacuum Sealer

Handi vac vacuum sealer
The Handi-Vac is a lot less expensive than the FoodSaver sealers and it is also much smaller, which is very helpful around the kitchen. You still have to buy bags for it which definitely adds to the cost.
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New FoodSaver Upright Vacuum Food Sealers

Foodsaver vacuum sealer v3840
FoodSaver has redesigned how their vacuum sealers work and have gone to a more automated, upright design. People seem to really enjoy the upright design since it takes up much less counter space and allows them to leave it out for easier access.<br/><br/> However, this appears to be the only good thing about the new designs. The new vacuum sealers are filled with issues and are not up to the normally high FoodSaver standards.
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FoodSaver Jar Sealers

Foodsaver jar sealer
I have just started using the <strong>FoodSaver jar sealers</strong> and I have to say I love them. They securely attach the lid of the jars with very little effort. I can use them on lots of things that the FoodSaver bags don't work as well for. Here's some of my thoughts on the jar sealers.
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FoodSaver Canisters Beware

Foodsaver canister
I really enjoy almost everything that I've done with my FoodSaver but the one thing that I just can't understand is why the FoodSaver canisters break. I've run into this issue with several different types of canister.
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FoodSaver Tip: Vacuum Sealing Foods with Liquid

If there was any liquid in my FoodSaver back before I went to vacuum seal it I found that the FoodSaver would suck the liquid right out of the bag, sometimes preventing it from sealing!
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Top 4 Reasons to Get a FoodSaver Vacuum Sealer

Vacuum sealer
A lot of people wonder why they should get a vacuum sealer, whether a FoodSaver or another kind, so I thought I'd put together a list of the top 4 reasons to get a vacuum sealer of your own.
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