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Old 02-04-2011, 05:03 PM
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Hello all,
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I'm a newbie. I just got my first Mylar bags, and Oxygen absorbers. Seems like the OAs are not individually packed as I thought would be, but all in a vacuum sealed bag.

I am going to bag (a 5 gal bucket size) some rice to start with. But don't know what I'm suppose to do with unused OA any suggestions?

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Some people store them in canning jars.

I reseal the plastic bag they come in w/ my hotjaw sealer.

i've also sealed them in Mylar bags to keep them fresh.

Whatever you do, don't keep them out of a sealed environment any longer than you have to.
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Mason jar or seal up in a foodsaver bag.
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I sprung for a bag clip from the LDS and use that to reseal the bag that the o2 absorbers come in.
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Hello all,
I trust this message finds you in peace and all is well.

I'm a newbie. I just got my first Mylar bags, and Oxygen absorbers. Seems like the OAs are not individually packed as I thought would be, but all in a vacuum sealed bag.

I am going to bag (a 5 gal bucket size) some rice to start with. But don't know what I'm suppose to do with unused OA any suggestions?

Thanks
T.

well for one i would do several buckets at once, but if you cant put them in a mason jar and seal it good
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i just vacuum seal mine. open the bag, quickly remove what i need and reseal.
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Mason jar or seal up in a foodsaver bag.
I've done both and it's work fine both ways.
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Seal them in a mylar bag.
You can re-use the bag if you only cut the edge when you take them out.
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i just vacuum seal mine. open the bag, quickly remove what i need and reseal.
make sure to put some oxygen absorbers in there too.....
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