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SV bags for large cuts?

smoke83340

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Hi Gang,
what kind of bag do you use for a large cut? I may do a brisket, that won't fit into a gallon ziploc. Suggestions appreciated. I do not have a vacuum sealer.
Thanks,
Adam
Wilsonville, OR
 

Inscrutable

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I have 2.5 gal ziploc bags. But will still be too short for longer cuts like packer or rack of ribs without dividing.
 

mike243

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Sounds like a good chance to try new rubs and tactics, separate the point and flat mark the bags with what you put on keep track of time vs weight, I smoked 1 for 6 hours then SV for another 6 , worked out great imo.
 

jcoleman66

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You could use a large non-reactive container covered with a lid or press-n-seal.
 

dirtsailor2003

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If you have a Vac sealer like the VacMaster pro380 you can get 15” rolls and make whatever length you need.

When I do corned beef I’ll separate the flat and point and put them in 2 gallon Vac pack bags to cure.
Lisa at Vacuum Sealers Unlimited can get you set up with everything you need.
 

sandyut

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If you have a Vac sealer like the VacMaster pro380 you can get 15” rolls and make whatever length you need.
thats right where my mind went as well. the vac seal bags in a roll are great!
 

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