How To Seal Food Without A Vacuum Sealer

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Do you buy a lot of your food in bulk or large quantities? This is a great option to save money if you can keep it properly preserved. One way to do this is to vacuum seal your food with a vacuum sealing. You can even seal food without a vacuum sealer, if you know how.

The process to seal food without a vacuum sealer is really easy. Pressure will the used to remove all of the air from foods you want to vacuum seal. All you need to do this is sealable plastic freezer bags and a large bowl of water.

Simply fill your kitchen sink or large bowl with water. Put some food to seal inside a bag and place it in the water. Close the bag, but leave a one-inch opening. The pressure of the water will begin to force all of the air out of the bag to seal food without a vacuum sealer.

How To Seal Food Without A Vacuum Sealer

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