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Old 02-11-2005, 07:12 PM   #11
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Oh man - I've been putting off getting one of these for years.

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Old 02-11-2005, 07:57 PM   #12
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I marinate in mine all the time. I love doing that. I bought the square canister specifically for marinating.

Hungry, that yahoo group is so valuable. When I got my foodsaver I found that site and got so much great tips and tricks from them. Anyone who is considering getting any brand of vacuum sealer or anyone who already has one should check out that yahoo group. Start at the first message and work your way forward as that is where most of the useful info is.
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I have seen it done on QVC but never tried it. I understand it turns out better and flavoring is more infused into meat. I may have to try it.

BTW how do you keep the marinade from being 'sucked' up into the food saver and out thus keeping the bag from sealing??
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I have seen it done on QVC but never tried it. I understand it turns out better and flavoring is more infused into meat. I may have to try it.

BTW how do you keep the marinade from being 'sucked' up into the food saver and out thus keeping the bag from sealing??
I have not tried this but some postings indicate that they make the bag large enough to let it hang over the edge of the counter. Thus keeping the liquid away from the seal.

By far, the best way would be to use the square canister, as GB said.

If the item to be marinated is to large for the canister then you would have to use a bag.

The beauty of marinating by vacuuming that you can accomplish in 2-3 hours what would normally be an overnight task.

Again, I want to say that this is not TNT. It's from the Food Saver forum.

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