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How to Vacuum Seal Food in Mylar Bags for Long Term Storage!

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I got tired of answering questions about this so I thought I would make a quick video!

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7 thoughts on “How to Vacuum Seal Food in Mylar Bags for Long Term Storage!

  1. Could you do a video showing you seal some kind of food, like rice or beans? Seems like it would be harder than a solid object like the filter you used here.

  2. Two thumbs up, brother. Great idea. Might want to explain a little bit more as to the porosity of the plastic bags. I’ve done a zillion plastic bags and now am wondering if I’m wrong. Maybe a vid on that particular problem? Thanks.

  3. Aloha, Great video, you are a genius. I have a question though. I am a homebrewer and have a tank of nitrogen for my dark beers. Would it help to dump some nitrogen in a mylar bag to force the oxygen out? It works for beer to keep the oxygen off of the wort, since it is heavier than oxygen. Just wondering if you or any of your viewers has an answer? Mahalo.

  4. @Canadianprepper I’ve looking everywhere for your video on making activated carbon with sodium chloride. Can’t find it…..

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