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Here are a few tips about storing food that goes bad quickly or sealing up ingredients with intense odors.
If you're tired of using plastic wrap and old corks to save your wine, consider the benefits of vacuum sealing.
Keep your holiday cookies fresh by following these easy steps.
Your vacuum sealer has already made freezing and storing meats and vegetables much easier, but did you know this appliance is just as useful for preserving dry foods?
Food preservation has its roots in the earliest known human civilizations, and while the methods vary, the practice very much remains a staple part of any culture.
Freezer burn can transform your leftover cutlets from delectable meats to indestructible frozen heaps.
Food can be frozen, preserved, refrigerated and even dried, but despite your best efforts, all food goes bad eventually.
How long will your vacuum-sealed food last?
Food waste remains an important issue for many socially responsible chefs.
Cutting back on food waste is easy with a few helpful tips.
That cork on your unopened wine may keep the contents of the bottle fresh for months, but your beverage could go bad in just a day or two after opening.
Investing in a FoodSaver® FM5460 2-in-1 Food Preservation System is a great way to start cutting down on your family's food waste.
Here are some tips to make sure your meat is kept safe while thawing.
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