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Was wondering about the effectiveness of a vacuum tumbler if anyone thinks it is at all better than simply cryovac with marinate??

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 2 million butchers can't be wrong, and at least 30% of Sysco's income is from vacuum tumblers.

 

Once vauumed and tumbled, the item can absorb up to 50\% of the junk it's tumbled with; AKA :"Protein enhanced" pork chops,/pork loin roast, and the famolus Sysco ckn brst with 30% "pump".......... 

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Actually pickup is expected to be 100% @ 15% solution.

We have a vacuum tumbler in the lab that we test with, its small, maybe 5# max capacity, and will pull a 25-28# vacuum.  VERY EFFECTIVE.

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Actually pickup is expected to be 100% @ 15% solution.

We have a vacuum tumbler in the lab that we test with, its small, maybe 5# max capacity, and will pull a 25-28# vacuum.  VERY EFFECTIVE.

How long is it tumbled to obtain those results?

 

Obvious in a refer - but is there an optimal temp?

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15 min will get you 100% pickup on a table top model.
No optimal temp, just make sure it's outside the TDZ
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