I’ve been a bit paranoid when it comes to storing my food. It’s a constant debate and battle about which expiration dates are accurate and when does the Chinese food goes bad. In fact, once a week, I clean out the entire fridge just in fear of something going bad.
My concern and fear with vacuum sealing was always the complexity. I always worried I would press the wrong thing, and I’ll only find myself with 27 vacuum-sealed bags of moldy bread.
I don’t particularly need 27 bags of moldy bread so that you could see my concern.
The advantage here with the Nesco is its utter simplicity. It has a display just telling you the progress of how far along it is. It allows you to adjust the pressure as need be. There are not only the simple buttons to make it easy but also the digital display feedback, which is just as important to tell you that you were doing it the right way. It tells you the pressure that’s being pumped out in real-time. It basically gives you the countdown until it’s done.
I also liked the design that is extremely light and even so compact that the plug folds into itself. This is an exceptionally straightforward and simple design and perfect for anybody that has any concerns about vacuum sealing. If you have never vacuum sealed your food to have it last longer, this is certainly a very good cover-all. It’s perfect for anybody that has any concerns or worries about vacuum sealing. If you have never vacuum sealed your food to have it last longer, this is certainly a very good unit to cover everything you need.