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marinade with a sealer marinade attachment

post #1 of 8
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anyone

 

Has anyone used a sealer marinade attachment. they say it will cut your marinating time.

 

I'm planning on doing some Beef jerky.

 

Jim 

post #2 of 8

If your talking about the foodsaver marinade containers, yes they work very well. It will cut the time down a lot. The downside is they aren't very big & don't hold much meat. I have 3 of them & use them for chicken wings most of the time. They also work well for steak. I'm sure if you are only doing a small amount of jerky they will work well for you.

post #3 of 8
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SmokenAl

 

the foodsaver containers was exactly what I was talking about.

can you give me a approximate time cut, if I get it close I can adjust from there.

 

Thanks

Jim

post #4 of 8

Not to jump on my friend Al's toes, but for jerky, you can be ready in an hour or two with the vac marinating container. I have one as well. The only reason I have not used it more is it is too small to feed my family...JJ

post #5 of 8

:th_crybaby2:Ouch my toes hurt!

post #6 of 8
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JJ

 

Thanks for the information. I was only going to use it for jerky mainly because of the size. Ill probably try to get at least one more so I can do a larger batch if this one turns out. the one I have will probably work for the (don't laugh) 1.5 London broil I picked up on sale 2.99 a lb. I should have got a couple more. Ill probably use rubs for larger items. The recipe I saw marinated his 5 lb. of jerky for 2 days in the refer. If I can get buy over night that would be great. 

 

Jim

post #7 of 8

For sure overnight will work. Still a big time saver...JJ

post #8 of 8
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JJ

 

Thanks again.

 

Jim

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