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Old 06-13-2013, 01:12 PM   #9
On the road to being a farker
Join Date: 10-30-11
Location: Battle Creek, MI

2nd for Weston!!! You get what you pay for. I did tons of research and in the end, the Weston Pro 2300 was basically commercial grade for the homeowner. Parts are replaceable and if needed the unit can be serviced.

I ordered mine off Amazon, it was $50 cheaper than Cabelas, plus no sales tax and free 2 day shipping.

I would also recommend getting the roll of bagging, and maybe just one box of premade bags. The roll ends up being cheaper and you can make smaller bags from it with a pair of scissors.

A handy idea when sealing...partially freeze all meats to get the juice to solidify and put liquids in the bags then fully freeze before sealing. That way you won't get any liquid in the vacuum chamber.

Homemade trailer Roaster a.k.a "Hog-A-Nator"; UDS; Dual Chamber Charcoal; ECO Gasser
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