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Vacuum food sealer recommendations please…


Westley78
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Hi,

I am looking for a vacuum sealer for bulk freezing pigeon breasts, rabbits, venison etc etc. 

I am usually a “if you buy cheap you buy twice” kinda guy so don’t mind paying for quality but there seems to be a lot of options ranging from £30 up to £300 and with no brands that I recognise I am truly bamboozled.

Any help would be greatly appreciated 👍🏻

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10 hours ago, Walker570 said:

I have one I purchased from our local Lakeland store and to date it has been excellent.  Buy your bag material off Amazon , a lot cheaper than Lakeland and just as good.

Thanks Walker

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Personally I think the introduction of vaccum machines made deep frezzing excess vegetables and meat so much easier. My dep freeze no longer has a mixture of peas, beans etc covering the bottom and I can store at least twice as much.    My advice is buy the best quality machine you can afford, not necessarily the biggest. Purchase the crimped bags because this does prevent freezer burn. 

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I have a Russell Hobbs unit, presumably available in the UK. Had it a few years now and it's been real game changer. Combined with dry ageing, our fish and meat comes out the freezer in excellent condition. No more freezer burn. It also makes a very nice looking "product" which is great when giving fish and meat to friends and family. 

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got a vac sealer  from aldi a while back  about £20    and three rolls of tube  about £5   available in two widths       vacked all sorts     inc fresh meat      bambi stews      any stew      decanting bulk buy meats into meal portions       cook a big pot of curry / stew / corned beef and trimmings     a vac bag awaits       seasonal berries for ginn 

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