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FoodSaver Canister Tip

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This blog entry is a quick tip on a great use for FoodSaver canisters. I figured this one was a no brainer, but I’ve found many folks with FoodSavers only use them for leftover food that they’ve cooked. I’d mention this use and often they hadn’t thought of it before this. So I’m sharing it here as a quick tip.

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The canisters are quick and easy to use, hook up the hose and push the canister button.
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The canisters are quick and easy to use, hook up the hose and push the canister button.

Who among us hasn’t opened a package of brown sugar to find a solid one piece brick? I’ve even had this happen with an unopened package that was soft when I checked it at the store. About 2 years ago I started putting my light and dark brown sugar in small FoodSaver canisters and vacuum sealing them. Since then I haven’t ever had to deal with hardened brown sugar. Now if you are thinking it is a pain having to pull out the FoodSaver every time you need sugar. Just think about how much trouble it is softening hardened brown sugar. If you are like me, you discover hardened brown sugar when you are the most pressed for time. The FoodSaver canisters worked so well for brown sugar that I’ve also started putting extra dough or breading in the canisters for later use. Another advantage is the canisters are clear, so you can tell at a glance how much you have.

So if you have a FoodSaver with a canister hose, pick up some small canisters and put your brown sugar in them. You will always have soft brown sugar, ready to go at a moments notice.


THIS ENTRY WAS TAKEN FROM A 2010 BLOG ENTRY

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