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The Rational Kitchen Ultimate 2019 Gift Shopping Guide

Happy Holidays 2019!Here, we share our favorite kitchen-, cooking-, and food-themed gift ideas for 2019. If you have someone in your life who loves to cook (or eat), you’re sure to find something for them here!  Contents How To Use this GuideAbout Buying OnlineCookwareInductionSous VideVacuum SealersGifts for the Baker in Your LifeHomemade GiftsFancy Foods (That No […]

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The Best Vacuum Sealers on Amazon Under $100 (Besides FoodSaver)

If you’re looking for the best vacuum sealer under $100 but aren’t sure what features you want, we can help. Find out how to save money, time, and food with these amazing appliances.  This review is limited to:Edge sealers (no chamber sealers or handheld sealers)Under $100Non-FoodSaver brands (see here for reviews of best-selling FoodSaver models)An average […]

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How to Pick the Best Vacuum Sealer in Every Price Range

Table of Contents The Best Vacuum Sealers At a GlanceWhy Does a Vacuum Sealer Keep Food Fresher?Types of Vacuum SealersWhat Do I Look For in a Vacuum Sealer?How Do I Choose the Best Vacuum Sealer For Me?The Best Vacuum Sealer Under $50: Seal-a-MealThe Best Vacuum Sealer Under $100: FoodSaver FM2000The Best Vacuum Sealer Under $200 […]

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Weston Vacuum Sealers: Better than FoodSaver?

Weston vs FoodSaver vacuum sealers FoodSaver is synonymous with vacuum sealer. They’re the most popular brand of food vacuum sealer by far and dominate the vacuum sealer market. The biggest reason for this is price: FoodSaver vacuum sealers are lower-priced than many other brands. They also have models that compete at every price point from $50-200. […]

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Can Modernist Cuisine Work for Home Cooking? Absolutely!

Modernist Cuisine, a 5-volume set plus recipe book. When Modernist Cuisine came out in 2011, Michael Ruhlman wrote a mixed review of it for the New York Times. He was daunted by the task, and for good reason. The 5-volume set had more than 2,000 pages and as much science in it as it had recipes. On […]

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