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Seal-a-Meal are new and improved multi-layer vacuum storage bags that are specially designed to protect food from freezer burn and keep food fresh up to 5 times longer. So now you can buy in bulk and save. Seal-a-Meal bags can be used on all other brand vacuum sealers , and are safe for microwave or boil-in-the-bag heating.
• Storage solutions that fit
• Versatile - make any size bag
• For use in refrigerator or freezer
• Microwave or boil-in-the-bag
• Write-on area for easy labeling
• Reusable - wash and reuse*
* Do not reuse bags if they have been used to store raw meats, fish, oily foods or have been boiled or microwaved.
Seal a Meal bags work with other brand vacuum sealers. Can be used in Foodsaver vacum sealer machine.
Bags come in 2 sizes, 20cm wide and 28cm wide. 2 x 30' rolls per refill box.
Basically, this is a roll of tube-shaped bag, allowing you to seal any sized object that fits within the diameter of your chosen bag-roll, be it 20cm or 28cm. Easy to seal one end without having to vacuum first, creating a closed bottom of the bag, you can then cut it to a suitable size and seal it as easily as the pre-made bags.
This is great for sealing long cuts of meat, such as a fillet steak, or a whole fish, or even home-made garlic bread. (yum) The only glitch is if you cut the bag too short... of course, you should do that after you fill it with the goodies you want to store, but occasionally you might find yourself getting a bit ahead and guessing wrong. No worries! Just pop it aside and use it later... not a problem really.
Overall, very handy, and plenty of bag for your buck. At around 10m per roll, you should find it enough to store quite a lot of food.
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