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StuartGrows

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I really enjoy being able to provide for myself. I'm also a vegetarian, so having fresh veggies is keeping me (and the wife) very happy. Since my garden was so prolific, I've had a few things go bad before I was able to eat them. That made me sad, so I started looking into how to keep that from happening. I wanted to have veggies and fruits that I grew well into winter. I've canned a bunch of stuff now, but I wanted to be able to re-use the mason jars and lids once I have sealed them and then subsequently opened them later. This lead me to discover Vacuum Sealing.
Now, a little about myself...whenever I intend to purchase something I kind of obsess over it. I want to make sure I not only get the best deal but the best thing suited for me. I did a LOT of research on vacuum sealers and decided to share it in an article for anyone else who is in the same boat as me and wants to extend the longevity of their produce.
Please, be gentle. This is the first article that I have written :) At the very least I hope you learn something from me.
 
You can read what I wrote at www.thevacuumsealerexpert.com

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If you have any questions about vacuum sealers and preserving food, please ask. I am thrilled to answer them!

StuartGrows

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I've also started a vacuum sealer bag and roll discount buyer's club. I find the best prices on vacuum sealer bags and rolls and email you where and when to get them. Sign up now here: http://www.thevacuumsealerexpert.com/discount-club/#signup

ta0q

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Jamie Oliver recently showed an Asian way of preserving vegetables on his program. All, but all greens, cutting them up and mixing them with spices and such and putting them in containers and in that way it kept them. Showing how they were better with time. He ate some that was 2 years old and reckoned it was beautiful.

 

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