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FoodSaver FM2000 Vacuum Sealing System
Are you tired of seeing food in your household go to waste? Each year, families throw away thousands of dollars in food, just because they couldn’t eat it before it spoiled. So what is the solution? A vacuum sealer such as the FoodSaver FM2000 is a great option. I recently had the chance to sample the FoodSaver FM2000-000 Vacuum Sealing System in my own kitchen, and I am excited to share my results with you.
First, let me tell you a little bit about the FoodSaver FM2000. Here are some of the features you can look forward to enjoying when you own one:
- Keep food up to 5x longer and saves up to $2700 per year. based
- A sleek, compact design
- Easy to clean and store
- An easy-to-use manual operation to preserve a variety of foods
- Compatible with the FA2000-000 Handheld Sealer
- Enjoy use with FoodSaver vacuum zipper bags and all other accessories
With your FoodSaver FM2000 as you see here, you get everything you need to start saving your food more efficiently and start saving money. Our kit included:
3 – Quart Bags
2 – Gallon Bags
1 – 11” x 10′ Roll
1 – Accessory Hose
FoodSaver Vacuum System
When it was time to put the FoodSaver to use, I was happy to find how easy it was to set up. Preparing the system was as simple as plugging it in and setting it out on our countertop. For our test run, we used a steak from a bulk package of steaks we had purchased. Like most meals, we bought our meat in bulk and only needed a portion of the package. Normally, we would have wrapped the extra meat up in tin foil. Instead, we placed the extra steak in a vacuum bag, leaving 3 inches at the top of the bag. The top of the bag was then placed in the groove inside the vacuum system, and the lid was lowered. The lid was locked into place, and all I had to do was press the vac n’ seal button. A green light went on when the process was done. When I removed the bag, my steak was now sealed tightly and all air was removed. Our steak will now stay fresh a lot longer than wrapping it in tinfoil would have allowed. Over time, this is a habit that will save us a great deal of money!
The FoodSaver FM2000 was easy to use and is a great way to help our family grocery budget go further. It only takes seconds to seal meat, produce, and other meal items, and in the long run those minutes will add up to dollars in savings.
If you want to waste less food and enjoy some real grocery savings, the FoodSaver FM2000-000 Vacuum Sealing System is a fantastic option. You can find out more about options, pricing, and vacuum bag refills when you check out the FoodSaver website at www.foodsaver.com.
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