FoodSaver GameSaver Portion Pouch Bag Material - 2 Rolls
So far, I've cooked up 3 lbs of bacon (in bits) and put ¼ - ½ lb in each portion then just reheated when I need it in a recipe. This keeps my kitchen “grease-free” most of the time, but still lets me use the bacon for flavoring when needed without making a bigger mess. I found that since I can’t fold the tops down to keep the edge clean for sealing, I need to use a funnel inserted into the pack in order to put the food in the packages. Bacon grease doesn’t wipe off easily, but this is more cost effective than using up the quart size bags, and I don’t really like the rolls as much..
July 24, 2013
Excellant Product, as are all the foodsaver produc
I am a believer in the foodsaver system. I have 2 of them, one at my home and one at my fiancees home. I use them for everything I freeze from soup to deserts to meats and vegatables. The portion pouches are great for cheese, sausage and cracker packs getting ready for a football party. I also use them for all the meat spreds I use and have to put back in the fridge and nothing gets moldy or spoils before I get to use it again. I make the bags long enough that I can cut them open and reseal them when I'm finished with them. Thank you for a great product and keep up the good work.
January 1, 2013
The portion pouches are great for portion purposes and save time in sealing and vacuuming many foods. A fantastic creation
November 27, 2014
I use your product differently than you planned
I separate the roll into two 5 1/2" wide rolls and make small individual servings that are handy to use. I buy in bulk to save money and repackage. There is just me and the wife and we're 70 yrs. old. We also cook in bulk and package individual portions to freeze for an easy to prepare meal anytime. We also freeze individual cooked portions that we take to my 98 yr. old mother-in-law who lives by herself on her farm 500 miles away. We visit every 3 months and fill her freezer with 3 months of pre-cooked, portion packaged food that she can heat and eat.
February 1, 2014