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Seal Food In Plastic Bags
This boil-in-the-bag food packaging system makes it easier to store and save leftovers. Just fill the pouch, then seal it with the heat-sealing appliance. It "welds" the bag together to form an airtight seal.
Other uses include freezing garden fresh vegetables, meats and other foods. "Scotchpak pouch uses are limited only by your imagination," says the manufacturer. "They eliminate freezer burn and take less space."
Food pouches can be taken from the freezer and heated in boiling water, or microwave oven, for serving in matter of minutes.
Suggested retail price is $32.95.
For more details, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Technique 11, 6109 Medicine Lake Rd., Crystal, Minn. 55422 (ph. 612 546-2727).
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