Originally Posted by ST8DunWSociety
Interesting. I would say it would be neat to experiment with this, just watch how much vacuum you place on your container. I can tell you water will boil around 24mm-Hg. So i would imagine that too much vacuum will in a way boil any liquid that remains in there.
No boiling water or anything hot around here!
The Foodsaver is a vacuum sealing machine. It will suck out air. They make an attachment that fits over the metal lid of a mason jar. somehow this sucks out the air and leaves the metal lid on there to hold in the air.
So no cooking, heating, etc. Just put in dry buds and suck out the air, move on to the next jar.
Lids can be used over and over and so can jars.
This will allow for curing to take place in the absence of Most of the Oxygen in the jar.
Plus when opening a jar of stored buds, it will be like opening a can of peanuts. You will hear a Woosh sound as the air rushes back into the jar.
So buds should stay as fresh as the day they were placed into the jar, without drying out, etc.
At least this is the theory, I ain't tried it yet )