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Old 10-01-2005, 03:01 AM
 
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Found a great website for bags, that will work with the foodsaver, they
are pre-cut but instead on of like a $1 a bag they can be a low as .15
cents a bag.
http://www.davisonsbutcher.com/DeptC...sp?deptcode=41


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Found a great website for bags, that will work with the foodsaver, they
are pre-cut but instead on of like a $1 a bag they can be a low as .15
cents a bag.
http://www.davisonsbutcher.com/DeptC...sp?deptcode=41


Thanks, but how many layers are they? I looked at the site and couldn't
find it. (I may be blind this evening though. ;-) )

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Found a great website for bags, that will work with the foodsaver, they
are pre-cut but instead on of like a $1 a bag they can be a low as .15
cents a bag.
http://www.davisonsbutcher.com/DeptC...sp?deptcode=41


Thanks, but how many layers are they? I looked at the site and couldn't
find it. (I may be blind this evening though. ;-) )

--
Steve

Life should *not* be a journey to the grave with the intention of
arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body. But rather
to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, martini in the other, body
thoroughly used up, worn out and screaming, "WHOO HOOOOO, what a ride!"
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Old 10-01-2005, 03:37 AM
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On Sun, 09 Jan 2005 22:19:12 -0500, Steve Calvin
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Found a great website for bags, that will work with the foodsaver, they
are pre-cut but instead on of like a $1 a bag they can be a low as .15
cents a bag.
http://www.davisonsbutcher.com/DeptC...sp?deptcode=41


Thanks, but how many layers are they? I looked at the site and couldn't
find it. (I may be blind this evening though. ;-) )


Don't worry....this spam & its variants have been splatted about all
over the food groups tonight. Someone may know.

Boron

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On Sun, 09 Jan 2005 22:19:12 -0500, Steve Calvin
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wrote:
Found a great website for bags, that will work with the foodsaver, they
are pre-cut but instead on of like a $1 a bag they can be a low as .15
cents a bag.
http://www.davisonsbutcher.com/DeptC...sp?deptcode=41


Thanks, but how many layers are they? I looked at the site and couldn't
find it. (I may be blind this evening though. ;-) )


Don't worry....this spam & its variants have been splatted about all
over the food groups tonight. Someone may know.

Boron



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Old 10-01-2005, 03:43 AM
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oups.com...
Found a great website for bags, that will work with the foodsaver, they
are pre-cut but instead on of like a $1 a bag they can be a low as .15
cents a bag.
http://www.davisonsbutcher.com/DeptC...sp?deptcode=41




I'm not so sure they are a good deal though. They leave an "out" in the fine
print. They are also not re-usable as the micro channels are only on the
top 1/2".



These micro-layered® pouches may also work with other brands of external
clamp vacuum machines such as Foodsaver®, MagicVac®, Royal Vac and
VacMaster®. Since these other brands and/or models of vacuum machines may
not have as strong a seal as the MiniVac, Professional or Best Vac, we are
unable to guarantee that the micro-layered® pouches will work properly in
any other machine.


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Boron Elgar wrote:
On Sun, 09 Jan 2005 22:19:12 -0500, Steve Calvin
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wrote:

Found a great website for bags, that will work with the foodsaver, they
are pre-cut but instead on of like a $1 a bag they can be a low as .15
cents a bag.
http://www.davisonsbutcher.com/DeptC...sp?deptcode=41


Thanks, but how many layers are they? I looked at the site and couldn't
find it. (I may be blind this evening though. ;-) )



Don't worry....this spam & its variants have been splatted about all
over the food groups tonight. Someone may know.

Boron

yup, sorry. I didn't catch that until after I replied. blush

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Autograph your work with excellence.



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