Freezing Food Without a Vacuum Sealer
A vacuum sealer is a great way to seal food before freezing but if you don't have one there are alternatives. This is a guide about freezing food without a vacuum sealer
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Get a large enough bowl of water that will fit what you want to freeze. Zip package partway closed, leaving a small opening. Push out air. Slip baggy into the bowl of water until the opening is just above the surface of water. Gently squeeze out remaining air. Zip close. Dry with towel, place in freezer. Wala, a protection from air for your hard earned food!
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November 13, 20160 found this helpful
I use a straw. Zip up too the very end, suck the air out, then '''simultaneously''' pull the straw out, and zip shut. It should be ''air tight'', or do it till you get it right, lol. Pretty easy.
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Vacuum sealers and their bags are really expensive. Here is how to seal food without one. Not only do you save money by not buying a sealer, but this method pushes out all the air, which eliminates freezer burn, and lets you store frozen goods longer.
Total Time: 5 minutes
- large bowl of water
- freezer bags (zipper or slider)
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- Put your food in the bag.
- Close the bag, but leave about one inch open.
- Put the bag in a large bowl of water. Don't let water get into the bag!
- The pressure of the water will start forcing the air out of the bag. Use your hands to push all the air out.
- Close the bag completely.
- Dry the bag thoroughly before putting in the freezer.
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