So I'm looking to make some simple syrups (lavender, basil, etc...). In looking around I see that making 1:1 syrups via the "hot" process it should safely last two weeks and up to a month.
If I were to get a vacuum sealer, would that preserve it longer? This would be a resealable system, not a one time seal process. If the vacuum sealer would be effective what product specifically would do so?
Preliminary I was looking at this one: http://www.amazon.com/FoodSaver-T03-0023-01-Wide-Mouth-Jar-Sealer/dp/B00005TN7H
Perhaps there is something better or perhaps this is not meant for liquids.