dehydrated food

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dehydrated food:

see food preservationfood preservation,
methods of preparing food so that it can be stored for future use. Because most foods remain edible for only a brief period of time, people since the earliest ages have experimented with methods for successful food preservation.
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Properly dehydrated foods have an extended shelf life, can save on storage space, and do not lose their nutritional value.
David Brunton of Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance, Birmingham, said: 'Sleaford Quality Foods has a successful track record within the dehydrated food industry and the new management have a clear vision about the next phase.
Water is added to one pouch, seeps through the membrane and into dehydrated food on the other side.
Equipped with basic rations of rice, lentils and dehydrated food, the pair aim to catch fish and eat with local families.
He eats dehydrated food while on board, losing an average of a pound a day during each leg.
You get awful tired of eating all this dehydrated food.
They come in 30, 60 and 90 day packs of dehydrated food.
All the water is vacuumed from the food, and the dehydrated food is packaged to seal out oxygen and moisture.
Various dehydrated food for processing lab from defence food
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It may be due to the concentration of flavor in dehydrated food ingredients or their light processing.
Then, I bought every book available on Amazon for dehydrated food mix recipes.