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Deni JarVac Vacuum Sealer

Posted by marie26 (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 6, 06 at 0:52

What do you think of this product? Can I freeze soups in it?

Deni JarVac Vacuum Sealer
Model: 1200

The Deni JarVac Vacuum Sealer has patented technology that reseals and vacuum packs food in its original glass jar or container. It will also marinate food in minutes. Just place the jar under the Deni JarVac dome and within seconds the jar will be vacuum sealed. The vacuum is held in place by using the rubber seal underneath the jars original lid. Every time a jar is reopened, a "pop" will sound, indicating the airtight seal has been released. Food will stay fresh up to five times longer than conventional food storage methods.

The Deni JarVac includes three universal lids for turning glass jars, containers or bowls into vacuum packed storage containers. A Bottle Saver is also included for vacuum sealing wine, oils and dressings right in their own bottles.

Features:

Commercial quality vacuum sealer.
Vacuum seal food in its original jar.
Vacuum seal food in mason jars.
Use universal lids to vacuum seal in glass bowls or jars.
Use the Bottle Saver to vacuum seal bottles.
Great for keeping soups, sauces, salsa and condiments fresh.
Vacuum seal leftovers and salads in glass bowls or jars.
Marinate food in a fraction of the time.
Keep wine, oils, vinegar and other liquids fresher longer.
Convenient accessory storage inside unit.
Large platform and dome with room for jars of various sizes.
Includes 3 universal lids. (4 inch, 7 inch and 10 inch) and 1 Bottle Saver.

Picture:
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