FoodSaver® 20 Quart Bags
Keep foods fresh up to 5X longer with the FoodSaver® Quart-Size Heat Seal Bags. Durable, multi-ply material creates an air-tight seal to lock in freshness and taste.
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FoodSaver® Quart Bags are ideal for use with FoodSaver® vacuum sealing systems to package small items or individual portions of food. Preserve, protect and prevent freezer burn with FoodSaver® bags designed with channels that allow complete air removal. multi layer construction blocks moisture and oxygen and makes the bags strong enough to simmer and microwave. BPA free.
- Multi-ply material prevents freezer burn
- Specially designed channels block oxygen and moisture to maximize air removal
- BPA free
- Simmer and microwave safe
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Food Saver & Food Saver Bags... Have used FoodSaver Products since 3/2010 and find them to be excellent. My sealer is automatic, just slip the bags into position and the sealer starts automatically and seals the bags everytime, unless they are not placed between the suggested lines on the sealer. The moisture is removed from the bag that sometimes has moisture from the food placed in them. This is all done by the Sealer or machine; mine is the V 3840. Finally I have and are using vegatables today that was sealed in March 2010, and they are completely Fresh! October 11, 2010
long time user I have been using food saver products for years, and have always been very happy. Putting away in the fall means that I will have fresh all winter at huge savings--on a fixed income, that is important--and with bad weather, having a good stash is important.--food saver products do that for us. I wish there were smaller ready made bags sometimes, but the rolls are okay for customizing--- the vacuum is also wonderful for packing things for travel stuff--and keeping things waterproof-- there are so many uses for the vacuum sealer-- November 30, 2010
Soups & Stews Bought our first vacuum sealer 23 yrs ago. Would have gotten one sooner if the demo lady had mentioned putting soups & stews in bags, freezing them, then sealing. Over the years, learned to freeze the bags where you don't have pointed corners that cause leakage. Great for hunting camp - pot of boiling water with no mess and easy clean up. December 26, 2011
Cooking for one It's almost impossible to cook for one, so I cook for 2, 3, or 4 and freeze meal size portions in either pint bags or quart bags. Last week I cooked 10 live lobsters, ate 2 and shelled out the other 8, and sealed the meat in quart bags. I will heat them in boiling water for an easy gourmet meal. December 9, 2011
Ms mmm I'm 73 yrs; raised 5 kids; wish I'd had Foodsaver back then! No more ice crystals, no more prying food apart; no more wasting left overs!! Also, no more worrying about using food up in a week! Cooking is my favorite thing to do, and this is one of the best kitchen tools! Thumbs Up!! July 14, 2011
Don't know what I would do without it I love my Food Saver and the bags that you make. They make my life so much easier.I have a big garden and freeze all my vegetables. Also buy meat by the BIG pieces and cut it to size. Freeze this too. Oh thank you Food Saver. No freezer burn, no ice crystals. Accolades to you September 23, 2011
A Must Have! I have had a FoodSaver for many years and could not be without one. It is easy to use and has saved me a lot of money because I can buy in bulk. The food stays in perfect condition. I also love the fact that I can reuse the bags. Win-win all the way around, June 28, 2011
LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT My grand daughter says I need a vacuum sealer intervention. I use my vacuum sealer every day. I use it to seal cereal bags, and potato chip bags, right in the bag they came in. The intervention remark came when I had sent my daughter some wine bottle spoon rests that a friend had made in her glass kiln- It was from a bottle of wine that both my daughter and I really enjoy. I had brought the wine home to Arizona from Pennsylvania and since my daughter was 1200 miles away I drank the wine and had the spoon rest made for her. My friend made her a smaller one also - so I wrapped them both up in newspaper to cushion them and then vacuum sealed them, They made it from Tucson, AZ to Parsons, KS intact. Wont be without my vacuum sealer. Thank you for saving me tons of money. September 29, 2012