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Have you ever wondered if there are foods you should not be vacuum sealing? There are many foods you can vacuum seal for extended freshness; unfortunately there are a handful that you should not preserve using this method. Some foods contain anaerobic bacteria, which can grow without the presence of air. Within a vacuum sealed pouch, with reduced oxygen, these bacteria will grow and may pose a risk to your health.
Shoppers can find more than 8,000 farmers markets throughout America. They offer a wide range of unique products. These goods include fruits, berries, vegetables, jams, cookies and even quilts. Are you shopping your local farmers market? If not, here are five top reasons you should start.
“Poly mailers” refer to polyethylene mailing envelopes commonly used by eCommerce businesses to ship apparel, plastics, shoes and other non-perishables. They are lightweight, moisture-resistant, and come in a wide variety of sizes. They can be used for almost anything. Because poly-mailers are basically weightless, they are great money-savers in shipping.
Can you freeze spinach? You definitely can, and the result serves fabulous flavor when you start with freshly picked leaves. You won’t be able to serve the thawed product in fresh salads, but frozen spinach is versatile in the kitchen. Preserve spinach from your garden and use it throughout the year. Eating healthy and saving money…a win, win.