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I have one of these handheld units which I use for portioning meat from larger Costco cuts. It works great, fits in a drawer, and the bags are very reasonably priced. I can also use them to freeze leftover soups and other meals, and they're great for sealing cheeses in the fridge to keep them fresh and mold-free a little longer.
Man, that iPad screen looks super wonky.
Or... If you watch /u/thephonegod's youtube channel, you could get this for $20 and get the same results..
Source: Have one, works like a dream.
I have the handheld FoodSaver model similar to the hand pump one. I didn't want another appliance on my counter, but I wanted a vacuum sealer for sous vide cooking. It works great for me. I got mine at Target but here's the Amazon link: [link]
I use something similar to this called the fresh saver. It works fantastic. You have to buy special bags but, they are resealable so you can use them over and over. At the time it was only 6 bucks on Amazon now it's 22.
You can vacuum-seal salads in mason jars or other canisters (not bags though, smoosh!). Good for 2 weeks (14 days) instead of just a few days this way. Basic technique:
They sell a handheld Foodsaver for like twenty bucks online:
Which you can then use with mason jar lid attachments:
Or special containers:
wine vacuum pump
I just started using this as a cheap alternative https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002FWIVCA/
Pro-tip get one of these:
FoodSaver Handheld vacuum sealer
And some of these:
FoodSaver 1-Quart Vacuum Zipper Bags
It works just like normal ziplock bags but you're able to seal and suck all the air out in seconds. You will never have molded cheese ever again! It's a life changer!!
Do you think this would work? [link] or this? [link]
Space is limited over here!
It works very well; I use
Thank you, we'll try this.
Maybe foodsaver vacuum sealer will be better?
I use the foodsaver pump and zip lock bags: [link]
Was cheap and works well enough.