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    Both ziploc and vacuum seal have done me well in the past. I am trying something a bit different this year. My dried food to be carried will be packed in paper bags. Since these are going to get eaten within a week, I am not too worried about keeping them sealed. The meals for resupply will be still in the paper bags, but each resupply will be vacuum sealed. If I decide that I'm going to take the food with me ( and not bounce it ), then I simply will open the vacuum bag, remove all of the paper packets, and carry on.

    I like the benefits that the paper bags weigh very little. I never liked all of the extra plastic for ziploc bags, and I like the thought of burning the paper trash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atraildreamer View Post
    Anything connected with Google, especially Chrome, is designed to track your browsing habits, buying preferences, etc. I use Firefox on my Win 10 machine, and the Brave privacy browser on an Android tablet and it drivs me crazy to have to sign in to Google when I want to download an app. I try to stick to apps where I can get a direct download without a sign in. The less info Google has about my browsing habits, the better! After a while, there is so much junk loaded in the background of the tablet that I just reset it to the factory new condition and start over again.
    ...and I finally had enough of the tablet acting up and I reset it to factory new this A.M.!
    "Adam & Eve are the first two persons who failed to read the Apple Permissions & Exclusions."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trambo View Post
    Both ziploc and vacuum seal have done me well in the past. I am trying something a bit different this year. My dried food to be carried will be packed in paper bags. Since these are going to get eaten within a week, I am not too worried about keeping them sealed. The meals for resupply will be still in the paper bags, but each resupply will be vacuum sealed. If I decide that I'm going to take the food with me ( and not bounce it ), then I simply will open the vacuum bag, remove all of the paper packets, and carry on.

    I like the benefits that the paper bags weigh very little. I never liked all of the extra plastic for ziploc bags, and I like the thought of burning the paper trash.
    I like this idea. Iím also frustrated with the amount of plastics I use.

    Iím going out for a couple of days soon and Iíll let you know how it works!


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