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It’s time for our second annual Holiday Giveaway Calendar! Everyday in the month of December we are giving away an amazing prize! It’s super easy to enter, just leave your comment answering the bolded questions below by noon EST 12/18 and a lucky winner will be chosen at random from all eligible entries!

Today, enter to win the Oliso Frisper Freshkeeper!

Oliso is the home of the smart steam iron and the small but powerful food vacuum sealer, the Frisper. Oliso brings magic to household products with patented itouch technology. Looking for a steam iron that doubles as a dry iron? Take a look at the Oliso Smart Iron, it levitates so your clothes never burn and your wrist never strains. Searching for a food vacuum sealer that doesn’t take up the whole kitchen counter? Check out the Frisper; our compact food sealer. Just click here and watch the magic begin.

Frisper is the only vacuum seal system to offer the professional power of large vacuum sealers in a palm-size device. The Frisper vacuum sealer combines professional-grade recloseable and reusable zipper-top bags that offer the everyday convenience of zipper-top bags. The Frisper makes vacuum sealing easy and convenient with its two storage containers; the vac snaps and the pantry bags. The pantry bags are great air tight food storage containers for dry goods like nuts, granola, coffee, cereal or spices. The Pantry Bag lives up to its name by standing upright in your pantry like any other food storage container. The vac snap bags are designed for freezing and refrigerating food. The frisper keeps food up to five times fresher than standard food storage. Both the vac snap and the pantry bags are reusable bags that zip lock with a handy zip disc.

The FF600 is a small yet powerful vacuum sealer with multiple uses, and it won’t take up your whole kitchen counter. Vacuum seal food with the Frisper FF600 and keep the freshness up to five times longer. In addition the FF600 comes with a universal accessories attachment that allows the Frisper to vacuum seal mason jars and wine bottles. The handy pantry bags have a built in sealing valve and come in two sizes; medium/6 cups or large/12 cups. are great for dry food storage like nuts, cereal, coffee and pretzels.they will stand upright on your pantry shelf. The vac snap bags are tough durable bags built for freezer food storage.

To enter, just leave your comment answering this questions by noon EST 12/18:
What will you use your Frisper vacuum sealer for if you win?

We want to congratulate Mirela on winning yesterday’s premier issue of Sew It All and a one year subscription to Sew News magazine! Her comment was chosen at random from all eligible entries. Thanks to everyone who entered and good luck in today’s giveaway!


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    Dec 13, 2011, 01.50 PMby Claudia19143

    I would proabably give it to my mom she is under the impression if the food is in the freezer there is no expiration date… She gives me food all the time that I take home and throw away because you can see that it is clearly freezer burned….I Love my mom…

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    Jan 4, 2010, 10.08 AMby hepatica

    I would frispstuff for the freezer as it would then take up less space than plastic containers or the trays that we buy meat in. Hepatica

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    Dec 30, 2009, 11.49 PMby srreed

    I have a garden every year, and the produce comes at me so fast at harvest, that I have a difficult time keeping up!! I would use the Fisper to seal in the freshness of it all and freeze for winter! I make wonderful Peach Salsa. I don’t like store bought salsas, so I need to make large batches if I can. I think that would pack well and be easier to freeze in the Fisper, as it would take up less room in my freezer! I also love to make my own cereals, (beyond granola!) and those would be a lot fresher if they were done up in a Fisper! My son loves to hunt and this would be a wonderful way to store his harvest as well!! we would love it all year!

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    Dec 29, 2009, 10.28 PMby annalane

    I would use it for leaves and flowers, to keep them fresh for painting.

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    Dec 19, 2009, 01.19 PMby sewella

    Would seal my vintage fat fabrics, buttons, ribbons, trivia…..

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    Dec 18, 2009, 10.25 PMby chgonetshopper

    gifting food

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    Dec 18, 2009, 06.49 PMby inaida

    Since my sweet boyfriend can’t go to Germany this year…I’d make a lot of German cookies and German recipes and storage them for my sweetie!

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    Dec 18, 2009, 06.38 PMby eyeofthebeholder

    I would seal bags of berries from summer and freeze them so I could have them year around

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    Dec 18, 2009, 06.21 PMby susieq3123

    Not only would this sealer be good for sealing back leftovers after opening, but it can also be used for sealing seams when using clear vinyl instead of sewing. eg. seat cover protectors, children’s craft aprons, etc..

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    Dec 18, 2009, 06.20 PMby kwolek21

    I would use it to keep my fruits and vegetables fresh for longer.

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    Dec 18, 2009, 05.03 PMby kymaryuushi

    I would use it to save the portion of food that I take to work

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    Dec 18, 2009, 05.00 PMby sarabclever

    Make pastry and pasta dough in advance and freeze it. Freeze baby food (the few times I make my own). Freeze egg whites.

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    Dec 18, 2009, 04.44 PMby abmoyer

    I would save money with this as I have a boyfriend who is a proverbial garbage disposal and I cook in large quantities. I could buy in bulk and keep more items on hand so I would not have to shop as often, and leftovers could be frozen for me to take for lunches.

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    Dec 18, 2009, 04.19 PMby thejam

    To keep my greens fresh so i don’t have to visit the grocery store every other day.

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    Dec 18, 2009, 03.14 PMby sew-sunshine

    We have been dehydrating fruit, this would be a great “tool” for storing the fruit. And I’ll bet there is a use in the sewing world too!

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    Dec 18, 2009, 03.04 PMby sewbella

    Keep my meat fresh and that nasty freezer burn away! Yipee!!

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    Dec 18, 2009, 02.49 PMby skwarynia

    I would use it for all yummy, delicious, fresh foods to make them in this state for a long time:)

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    Dec 18, 2009, 02.47 PMby bcaitlyn

    anything edible that i can get my hands on!

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    Dec 18, 2009, 02.09 PMby vpop

    I’d portion up my dinner leftovers for lunches, and store all my raw snackies.

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    Dec 18, 2009, 02.04 PMby trinashere

    I wil keep all my foodie goodies safe from frostbite and fresher longer!

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    Dec 18, 2009, 01.52 PMby lauren333

    I will use the Frisper to freeze fresh produce from the garden

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    Dec 18, 2009, 01.43 PMby photodoll

    Not only will it help with keep food fresh

    what more I would use it to store outfits I make so they stay fresh and clean. Great way to keep things clean and away from hair, from the pets.

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    Dec 18, 2009, 01.35 PMby perrineco

    I would use it to seal individual servings of leftovers ! it would be simply perfect..

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    Dec 18, 2009, 01.34 PMby badkitty-1

    I would seal my chill and curry as they taste great but smell up the fridge. x

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    Dec 18, 2009, 10.25 AMby mprevitali

    I think I would use it for everything!! But maybe I’ll put in cheese , i Live in Italy and we have a lot of different types!

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    Dec 18, 2009, 10.00 AMby nightnurse-1

    I’d use it for sealing up little bits and bobs for my packed lunch, freezing portions of food, for leftovers in the fridge, underwear, oh, hang on, maybe not the last one…

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    Dec 18, 2009, 08.53 AMby thusholt

    I would use it to my dinner in school, umh freshness(:

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    Dec 18, 2009, 07.44 AMby happybox

    I have never possessed one of those and I always wanted one – so here is my chance! I know that I have missed it for ages. I would seal so many things, food for the fridge, things that need to be kept fresh, fabric, gifts that a re already finished but must still wait to be presented!

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    Dec 18, 2009, 07.14 AMby miip

    just about everything – especially lunches for the week

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