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I've cured som eggs that I want to save for springer's and put them in a jar. Can i vacume pack the jar without degrading the eggs?
 

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If you're going to freeze them, vacuum packing really isn't necessary. I've done my eggs in pint jars, making sure there's enough nectar to cover the tops. They freeze, keep and thaw beautifully.
 

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vacuum packing with a bag is easy and works great, just vacuum till the air is out, don`t use a full vacuum and seal. maybe on some models you cannot seal early? mine you can.... I have the foodsaver 1200. good luck
 

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Ever since I got my vacuum sealer back in the early 90's I've always sealed my eggs up in pint and quart large mouth jars. Great results. Freeze jars and take out the night before you are going to use them.
 

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I like Pete's response about jar cured eggs.
Here's what I do for great results with Borax cured eggs...put in vacuum bags, freeze, THEN vacuum seal to full vacuum. Be sure to cut the bag when you take them out of the freezer or they'll pop as they thaw.
They look fresh as can be even after being frozen for a year.
 
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