|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Item model number||FSFSBFEX626-000|
|Product Dimensions||6.35 x 30.23 x 12.7 cm; 680.39 Grams|
FoodSaver FSFSBFEX626-000 Expandable Twin Roll 11" x 16'
|Price:||+ S$14.31 Delivery|
- Made in Korea
- Multi-ply material prevents freezer burn
- Re-seal leftovers, and prepare and store your meals for the week ahead.
- Microwaveable, Sous Vide ready
- Wash and re-use
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The FoodSaver Expandable Bag is the ultimate solution to storing extra large foods without cutting them up first. The Expandable Bag accommodates large roasts, whole turkeys, even casserole dishes with no mess and no fuss. Prepare meals ahead of time and transport them right in the pan without sacrificing freshness. BPA-free. Multi-ply material prevents freezer burn, Specially designed channels block oxygen and moisture to maximize air removal, BPA-free, Simmer and microwave safe, Made in Korea. Includes 2 rolls of 27.94cm x 4.88m Expandable Heat-Seal Rolls.
2 x FoodSaver Expandable Vacuum Sealing Roll (28cm x 4.88m each)
- Expandable pleats allow for the storage of larger items like roasts, whole turkeys, and casseroles
- Strong, multi-ply material resists tearing and punctures
- Specially designed channels block oxygen and moisture, maximizing air removal
- Freezer, simmer, and microwave safe
FoodSaver 11" x 16' Expandable Vacuum Seal Rolls
Preserve freshness, flavor, and nutrients
FoodSaver vacuum seal bags, vacuum seal rolls, and containers are designed to work together with FoodSaver vacuum sealers to keep food fresh, eliminate waste, and save money.
FoodSaver Expandable Vacuum Seal Rolls are constructed with pleats that expand to accommodate large roasts, casseroles, and more. They're also great for parties and get-togethers! Prepare your dishes ahead of time and transport them in the pan without sacrificing freshness.
Premium-Quality Bags & Rolls
FoodSaver bags have specially designed channels that remove oxygen, creating an airtight barrier that locks in flavor and prevents spoilage and freezer burn.
Seal Freshness in
The vacuum sealing system automatically removes all the air from the bag and then uses heat to create an airtight seal, which locks out moisture and air to protect food and maintain freshness.
Easy to Use
To use, simply add food to the bag, insert the open end in a FoodSaver heat-seal vacuum sealing system, and the machine takes care of the rest: removing all the air before creating an airtight seal.
Streamline Your Party Prep With These Tips
Prepare Ingredients in Advance
Make cooking easier and stress-free by vacuum-sealing your prepped ingredients. Take time the night before to peel and chop fresh fruit and vegetables, portion and marinate meats, and pre-measure spices.
Cook What You Can Ahead of Time
Free up more time to mingle with your guests by cooking and freezing dishes ahead of time. Once cooked, make sure to let those meals cool to room temperature before vacuum sealing. Then reheat in the oven on the day of the party.
Vacuum Seal for Easy Transport
Need to bring a casserole, barbeque, or a pan of dessert to a potluck? Easy! Keep your food in its pan or platter and vacuum seal the whole thing. It's a quick and easy way to transport and preserve freshness!
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I used this to sous vidé a 25 pound turkey whole. The bag held up for a 27-hour cook cycle, but when I went to lift the turkey out of my cooler, the side seams failed. Thankfully, I drained the cooler before pulling the turkey out.
To be fair, it was a little past the stated capacity of the bag, and it was a tight squeeze to get it in, so that might have been why the side seams went, but I wanted to share that might cause you an issue when pulling it out.
Sealing the bags is a fussy affair because of how you need to fold it all back in on itself. I recommend wiping out the sealing area and doing a triple seal just for good measure.
Overall, though, this was the easiest and absolutely tastiest way I've ever cooked a turkey. Just filled the bag with the turkey, chicken stock and herbs, sealed it up, and let it rip for about 24 hours at 150°f.
Reviewed in the United States on 24 December 2016
I will try this again, being more careful with the pleats in case that's the reason for the failure, but honestly I wasn't impressed. The need for larger capacity bags is there, but I'm not sure this is the best solution.