You should always keep the valve dry to maintain a long lasting vacuum seal inside your reusable bag.
You can save a considerable amount on your grocery bill by buying meat and veggies in bulk. Portion them out into typical servings, then seal and freeze the portions.
Make your own “ready meals!” Arrange your leftovers on a heavy-duty waxed plate, then slip the whole thing into a bag. Vacuum seal the bag and place it in your freezer. Take one to work and microwave at lunchtime, either thawed or frozen.
You are in control when to stop your FoodFend One to avoid crushing your soft food like blueberries or raspberries.
You can tag the reusable vacuum bag to remember the date you sealed it and the expiry date.
You can buy more healthy organic food without additives and preservatives and not worry about their short expiry date.
You can easily clean the reusable vacuum bags by turning them inside out and wash them with soapy water or dishwasher.
You can use a little bit of white vinegar to sterilize your reusable vacuum bags.
You can let the bags drip dry, and that why you can use them over and over again.
You can save on the morning coffee by making your fresh coffee with your resealed ground coffee.
You can marinate your meat inside the reusable vacuum bag much faster and tender it at the same time.
You can seal your rice, lentils, plain baking flour, brown sugar, and keep it safe from moisture and pantry bugs.
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