I love to buy in bulk when I find a good deal – we actually found a great deal on an extra freezer years ago and I keep all my extra food there. And the freezer also comes in handy when I pick all the fresh vegetables from the garden each summer! But one thing I have always wanted to help keep my food even longer, especially when making meals ahead of time is a Vacuum Sealer System.
Good news – Ziploc has a nice system that will be perfect for me (and you!) so that we can make healthy, cheaper meals at home – and keep them fresh in our freezer until we are ready to use them.
The new Ziploc Vacuum Sealer System has several benefits:
1) Save time and money buying in bulk. A healthy and convenient alternative vs. going out to eat or buying expensive prepared foods.
2) No waste. Vacuum leftovers, perfect for when you get home and don’t want to cook. Freeze leftovers so nothing goes to waste.
3) Pre-planning your serving sizes ahead of time not only save you time but also helps support a healthy life style.
4) Preserve flavor. Keep the flavor of your garden vegetables when you harvest. (Perfect for the zucchini I usually get!)
Thanks to Ziploc, one lucky winner will win a Ziploc Prize Pack which includes: 1 Ziploc Vacuum Sealer System. 1 roll of each of the 3 size bags, $30 Target Gift Card
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