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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Performed better than expected Got a box of these bags not expecting much. I had several packages of chicken breast, wings and legs that I wanted to pack in marinade for the freezer. Now I use a good bit of marinade in each bag and I was expecting some to leak through but as long as it sealed I was okay with that. What I found was that NONE of the liquid leaked through before sealing. Went though the entire box using a variety of marinades both thick and thin...from lemon pepper vinegarette to a thick teriaki and a sesame ginger that was in between. Not ONE leak through! I'm gonna get brave and try some chili next...
Date published: 2015-02-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Lose of some flavor If you are going to use these bags, I would suggest that you pre-freeze your meat first. When using the bags before the pre-freeze you will lose all or most of all the juices that are in your meat. I have given this product only 3 stars since it requires an extra step to bag my meat. I have several other products from Food Saver and love them. My family thinks I am crazy when I buy the meat on sale and pack my freezer. At least I don't have to go shopping for meat every week or two. Again, since I have an extra step with these bags I have given it a 3 star. If you pre-freeze the meat, the bags will do what they are suppose to, capture the fluids before going into the vacuum cup.
Date published: 2014-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what I was looking for I marinated some beef today for fajitas and the bags worked great. No liquid came through on the machine.
Date published: 2017-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Freezing WATER for Cooler I have always been irritated by the ice cube bags you buy for your cooler. They leak in the bottom of the cooler and everything gets wet. I had an idea that maybe I could freeze water in the food saver bags. I cut a bag the size of the bottom of the cooler (a little bigger for sealing) and filled it with water about 6 inches or so from the top. This is tricky, you need to be able to hold the heavy bag with water (help from someone or place on a box to keep off counter) and just seal the bag. Try to keep as much air out as possible. You cannot use the vacuum and seal option, JUST THE SEAL. I have two in the freezer now and have given them away to friends. They are awesome!! Don't leak!
Date published: 2013-04-08
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