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Old 05-04-2005, 06:45 PM   #1
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Meatloaf and a foodsaver

I didn't feel like cooking dinner tonight so I took the easy route. I pulled a piece of nicely frozen vacuum sealed piece of smoked meatloaf I made last week. OMG, it's better now than fresh. If you do not have a foodsaver, spend the $100 and get one. They are fabulous!
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I didn't feel like cooking dinner tonight so I took the easy route. I pulled a piece of nicely frozen vacuum sealed piece of smoked meatloaf I made last week. OMG, it's better now than fresh. If you do not have a foodsaver, spend the $100 and get one. They are fabulous!
I like reheated meatloaf the best! Never tried it out of a foodsaver bag though..Doesn't last that long!
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I didn't feel like cooking dinner tonight so I took the easy route. I pulled a piece of nicely frozen vacuum sealed piece of smoked meatloaf I made last week. OMG, it's better now than fresh. If you do not have a foodsaver, spend the $100 and get one. They are fabulous!
I like reheated meatloaf the best! Never tried it out of a foodsaver bag though..Doesn't last that long! [/quote:11frvgev]

When you make 7lbs of it, it does!
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Yup, Foodsaver's are great. Love em!!!
Got my V1085 for $129 at Costco not too long ago...
Down to $99 now? Cripes! #-o :tant: :vent:
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Yup, Foodsaver's are great. Love em!!!
Got my V1085 for $129 at Costco not too long ago...
Down to $99 now? Cripes! #-o :tant: :vent:
Scotty, Costco has a very liberal return policy. I would think that they might refund the difference. If not, return it and buy a new one. I'm looking for my receipt this weekend.
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By not long ago, I mean 3-4 months. I don't have the boxes anymore. :badgrin:

But yeah, I've "loved" Costco on more than one "return" Wink, wink, nudge, nudge, get my drift, say no mo.
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How do you defrost? Do you just throw it in a pot of boiling water?
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How do you defrost? Do you just throw it in a pot of boiling water?
Whatever I'm gonna reheat that has been vacuum sealed I'll place into a pot of cold water and then bring it to a boil and let simmer until heated through. Works great for me that way. Some folks nuke them and I have do that as well when I'm in a hurry. But the boil in the bag method does not interfere with the integrity of the meat whatsoever.
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How long do you let it simmer? Approx say for 2lb meatloaf
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How long do you let it simmer? Approx say for 2lb meatloaf
The hunk I at last night was probably 3/4 to a full pound. Took about 20minutes from the cold water state.
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