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    Michael Ruhlman said on his blog a while back he is fan of the Ziploc bags with the hand vacuum pump, you could grab that for now and look around at your options.

    This has been recommend by a few of the members here.

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    Dunno about a cheap one, but this is definately what you want:
    http://www.qualitymatters.com/VacMas...qmar-vp112.htm

    Why not Save yourself a lot of frustration, and be able to have liquids in your bag?
    -Enjoy the ride. *** All statements made herein are my personal opinion and nothing more, regardless of tone or context. ***

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    Some of you may be lucky enough to be able to do a sous vide bird for Thanksgiving. Wish I could, but it's not in the cards right now

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    Three for one special. Turns out blue and red are not good sellers, so off they go. Black and white models are still full price. The other two are spoken for.

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    Wow, that's an amazing deal!
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    Good deal on the demi.

    On the less expensive side of sealers: A "FoodSsaver Pro" has served me well for about 10 years but is starting to show its age. Liquids can be worked around but its better suited for sealing and freezing. If I was buying to sous vide I would reach deeper into my pocket and go for the chamber sealer.
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    Wow, great deal. Grats!
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    That's a great deal. Full price on Amazon appears to be $325. Wow.

    I'm gonna have to stick with a stock pot over a flame.
    BBQ Heretic

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    Quote Originally Posted by wenus2 View Post
    Dunno about a cheap one, but this is definately what you want:
    http://www.qualitymatters.com/VacMas...qmar-vp112.htm

    Why not Save yourself a lot of frustration, and be able to have liquids in your bag?
    I bought this, thanks for the recommendation. Do you think 12x18" bags are good enough for most applications? I also picked up a STX Dehydra 800W-XLS today too. Looks like I'll be living small the next month or so.
    Jason

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    Yeah, imo those are the best size bags to have. I actually went to 500 count boxes of those because you will learn you always want extra room at the top, plus you can just seal lower and trim shorter if needed. I find it's cheaper in bulk, and handy in general to not have 4 sizes of bags to deal with.

    Congrats on your new purchases, what fun!

    Be sure to learn the heck out of the time/temp/thickness guidelines on Baldwin's website, and be aware of your food safety rules and practices.
    -Enjoy the ride. *** All statements made herein are my personal opinion and nothing more, regardless of tone or context. ***

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