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sdbbq1234 03-02-2013 11:30 AM

Any tips on vacuum sealing buns?
 
Subject line is my question and hope for some new ideas.

In the past, I have taken sub rolls, hamburger buns, etc... and quick froze them and then vacuum seal. I use the manual sealing button to stop the vacuuming short of completely crushing the bun. It works ok, but just wonder if anyone else has any tips or ideas.

Thanks!

wallace

HeSmellsLikeSmoke 03-02-2013 11:47 AM

You can buy canisters for vacuum sealing. They use the little hose attachment. Seems like they might solve the crushing problem.

http://m.products.foodsaver.com/Product.aspx?pid=9446

The_Kapn 03-02-2013 11:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sdbbq1234 (Post 2390307)
Subject line is my question and hope for some new ideas.

In the past, I have taken sub rolls, hamburger buns, etc... and quick froze them and then vacuum seal. I use the manual sealing button to stop the vacuuming short of completely crushing the bun. It works ok, but just wonder if anyone else has any tips or ideas.

Thanks!

wallace

That is exactly what I do when Mrs Kapn goes "Bonkers" at the bakery 8)
Works fine for us.
Don't know of a better way.

TIM

sdbbq1234 03-02-2013 12:09 PM

Cool! Thanks for the replies. I have some of the containers, but they take up too dog-gone much room. BTW, the do work good for quick marinating of food stuff.

Got the steak rolls in the freezer now and just going to do it the old fashion way. :biggrin1:

Thanks!

wallace


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