Further advantages

Allowing meat to mature

Vacuum-cooked meat can be stored in the fridge (in line with the butcher's recommendations) to allow it to mature to perfection.

Fast vegetable pickles

Vegetables can be vacuum-cooked in the form of slices, strips, cubes or balls together with a cold stock (e.g. vinegar, sugar, spices). This enables them to assume the aroma very quickly without having to be heated in the hot stock in a frying pan and having to stew for a long time.

Vacuum bags instead of preserving jars

Be it vegetables in marinades or chutneys – many things can be vacuum-cooked and stored to perfection in the bag. The bags take up less space in the refrigerator than preserving jars.