Needless to say, the nerves are building in anticipation for the adventure. But what animals are you going to hunt? Have you done your research into which animals provide the best source of meat? If not, there's no need to worry. Here are a few suggestions of what animals you should look for this year:
We here at FoodVacBags.com not only sell our vacuum sealer bags, we use them too! Check out our blog posts for helpful tips and recipes to make the most out of your vacuum sealer.
Vacuum sealers are often used for storing food to preserve its quality, which is why so many outdoorsy people like to use them on camping, hunting and fishing trips. They're great for packaging and preserving quick and easy snacks like trail mix, dried fruit and beef jerky that can be carried for days at a time without going bad. But FoodVacBags vacuum sealer bags are useful in many other ways when packing for a camping trip. Take a look at these five things you should vacuum seal for camping, in addition to food:
If you're an avid sous-vide cook, you've probably done a lot with meats - what you can do with a chamber sealer, a steak and a little technology is amazing, after all. But don't limit yourself
One of the best methods for preserving meat, seafood and produce is packaging them in airtight and water-resistant FoodVacBags vacuum sealer bags and freezing them. The bags work well to keep food fresh and safe from freezer burn and can preserve items for weeks, months and, in some cases, even years. There are some foods, like fruits and vegetables, that require a little preparation before being vacuum sealed and frozen. Here's how to do it:
For people with fully stocked freezers, keeping all of the contents organized and easy to access can be tough. How many times have you cleaned out months-old, freezer-burned foods you misplaced in the mess? Making a few simple adjustments can turn your freezer from an unorganized money pit into a dinner idea center! We put together a list of five life hacks to help you keep your freezer organized: