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  • PT945
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    Great job. Thanks for taking time to make a video.

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  • maric
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    Thanks! great video.

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  • Diesel
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    again another nice video keep them coming

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  • bcauz3y
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  • coxmw
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    Nice job there thanks for sharing it..

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  • bcauz3y
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    Originally posted by Diesel View Post
    Awesome bcauz3y great contribution!! Wish more people would post pics and videos. Good stuff bud

    Gave ya some Rep
    We just moved, so I'm tight on time, but I will have more videos coming on these type topics.

    I have famliy spread out all over the US, so I make these to help them learn how to prep. Thanks Diesel!

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  • bcauz3y
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    Originally posted by herbalpagan View Post
    the actual videa is good, I wish more folks would make them!
    I hope you don't mind if I make a few suggestions: first, sugar doesn't need oxygen absorbers at all to stay good. That will save you a lot of money. Next, you do not need to seal that much of the mylar bag to have it be secure. The top inch is more than enough and it will leave you room to reuse the mylar after you open it, saving you more money. One other thing, a flat packet, whcih you would get by onlt sealing the top of the mylar, stacks and packs better.
    Excellent advice! Thank you! I'm still learning.

    So far, all of my bags have really sucked in tight and "bricked" like I call it, and I store them in food grade 5 gallon buckets with seals. I'm over-doing by alot it sounds like.

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  • Diesel
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    Awesome bcauz3y great contribution!! Wish more people would post pics and videos. Good stuff bud

    Gave ya some Rep

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  • herbalpagan
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    the actual videa is good, I wish more folks would make them!
    I hope you don't mind if I make a few suggestions: first, sugar doesn't need oxygen absorbers at all to stay good. That will save you a lot of money. Next, you do not need to seal that much of the mylar bag to have it be secure. The top inch is more than enough and it will leave you room to reuse the mylar after you open it, saving you more money. One other thing, a flat packet, whcih you would get by onlt sealing the top of the mylar, stacks and packs better.

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  • bcauz3y
    started a topic Mylar bags and dry goods (my video tutorial)

    Mylar bags and dry goods (my video tutorial)



    I'm not an expert, but I thought I'd share.
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