Vacuum Sealer Bags
For Storing Dehydrated Food

You need vacuum sealer bags for sealing and storing your dehydrated food. They can be purchased in varying sizes, and thicknesses ... so make sure you purchase ones that are at least 3-mil thick.

Two of the most-often used sizes of vacuum-sealer bags are shown in the Amazon images below.



100 Pint Size (6"x10")
Vacuum-Sealer Bags

100 Quart Size (8"x12")
Vacuum-Sealer Bags

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For Vacuum-Sealer Bags, Thicker is Better

Any thinner and you may have some brittle foods puncturing your bags after the vacuuming!
And we don't want that to happen.

The size I personally use are 6" x 10".







Look closely at your bag: One side of the bag is smooth, and the other side is 'textured'. This is to enable the food-vacuum-sealer to draw the air out.

And no, it doesn't matter which side up they go on the vacuum sealer machine!

Make sure you select good vacuum sealer bags for storing your dehydrated food - SAFELY! Thin ones can puncture easily.




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Just a Quick Note About Mylar Bags ...


Mylar Bags Are Smooth ... So What? Read On!


Three Mylar bags, 10

This was brought to my attention by my Realtor-friend, Bev Miller, who was trying so hard to vacuum her Mylar bags.

She discovered that it won't work because the Mylar bags' surface is SMOOTH! She's so smart!

Please read more about Mylar bags here.







NOTE:
We don’t VACUUM the Mylar bags, but we DO use the sealing element of the Food Sealer machine to seal the Mylar bags.

The Mylar bags are simply containers of two, three, or four of our vacuum-sealed packages.




We Need The Texture!


You need the textured side on the food vacuum sealer bags to let the air through! You learn something new everyday! :-) 

The food vacuum sealer bags we use are ordered over the internet and shipped right to our door - via Amazon.

Click on the images at the very top of this page; or you can purchase your bags in your local superstore.





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Now Back to the Vacuum Sealer Bags (and Rolls)

This just in from Nancy in NC:
I get the 11 inch by 16 feet rolls and cut the material to make the size bag I want.  I order directly from foodsaver.com and get the GAMESAVER rolls, individual rolls or the 6-pack. I asked the thickness and was told 4 mil, then I said they ought to include that bit of information in the item description.  Right now, the bags are listed under "heavy duty". ALSO: See vacuum-sealer rolls







Fill Your Bags Easily With a Canning Funnel


how to use the canning funnel to fill vacuum bags


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To aid in filling the bags, I use a canning funnel.

They are relatively inexpensive and come in very handy whether you are filling your plastic vacuum bags or the mason jars.

See the two side-by-side photos below showing how best to grasp the bag onto the funnel base.

With a bit of practice you'll soon get the hang of it!

It makes filling your jars and bags "a breeze."




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FoodSaver food vacuum-sealer

Food Vacuum Sealers

FoodSaver™️ make excellent food vacuum-sealing machines.


vacuum sealer rolls

Vacuum Sealer Rolls

Create your “just right” sized bag from rolls. See how easy it is!


Mylar Bags 10x14 inches

Mylar Bags

Put your vacuum-sealed packages in un-tearable Mylar bags to keep out light.


food-grade 5-gallon feed buckets with lids

Long Term Food Storage

Want to store dehydrated food for long-term? See how to store it SAFELY here.





NOTE: After vacuuming our bags,
I pull out a 2ft length (approx.) of plastic wrap.
I then wrap the vacuum-sealed package in it!
Follow the optional
plastic wrap guide here.




A Note from Paul Bee

This just in from Paul Bee, a regular visitor to our site. He'd written via the Facebook comments to say that he uses his vacuum food sealer to seal up his chips! I had to ask how he does that without crushing the chips?!

He said this "I don't actually vacuum out the air, just use the seal-function-only of the food vacuum sealer. After eating my chips, I cut the bag to just about half, eliminating as much of the air as possible. I then place the bag edge on the heat seal and seal it up! My chips will stay fresh for up to 45 days!"

Obviously Paul is one who can contain himself around potato chips. A bag wouldn't last more than a few days in our household! LOL










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