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A delicious entrée smothered in an Italian tomato with beef and noodles.Ingredients: tomatoes (tomatoes, tomato juice, salt, citric acid, calcium chloride), tomato paste, enriched macaroni product (durum semolina, niacin, ferrous sulfate, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), cooked beef, (beef, flavoring, salt), dehydrated onions, modified corn starch, sugar, salt, spices, garlic powder, and dehydrated parsley flakes. cheese blend: mozzarella cheese [cultured milk, salt, enzymes], calcium caseinate, corn oil, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, sodium caseinate, salt, glucono-delta-lactone, maltodextrin, sodium aluminum phosphate, butter [cream], natural and artificial flavors), and dehydrated parmesan and romano (made from cow's milk) cheeses (part-skim milk, cheese culture, salt, enzymes). Allergens: wheat, milk, soy and sulfites.


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Freeze Dried vs. Dehydrated

The difference between freeze dried and dehydrated foods.

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Simple Kitchen 281504 1.6 oz Bananas Freeze Dried, Pack of 6 by Rakuten.com

Bananas Freeze Dried At Simple Kitchen we start with the finest quality fruit and send it through our special freeze-drying process which locks in more natural vitamin C and antioxidants and other nutrients than standard dehydrating methods. That's why Simple Kitchen fruit looks and tastes more like fresh fruit, without the need for artificial colors or flavors. So keep your snacking and your life simple by enjoying Simple Kitchen freeze-dried fruit. FeaturesPack of 6 Specifications Capacity: 1.6 oz Weight: 0.9 lbs

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Simple Kitchen 281504 1.6 oz Bananas Freeze Dried, Pack of 6 by Rakuten.com

Bananas Freeze Dried At Simple Kitchen we start with the finest quality fruit and send it through our special freeze-drying process which locks in more natural vitamin C and antioxidants and other nutrients than standard dehydrating methods. That's why Simple Kitchen fruit looks and tastes more like fresh fruit, without the need for artificial colors or flavors. So keep your snacking and your life simple by enjoying Simple Kitchen freeze-dried fruit. FeaturesPack of 6 Specifications Capacity: 1.6 oz Weight: 0.9 lbs

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I write as the Spirit moves me. I have prayed about what I'm supposed to do with my life a lot. Writing is what I believe God is leading me to do. Whether or not He wants me to write for anyone to read is His business. Much of my writing has been therapy for me so maybe I'm the only one who is supposed to read it. So, why the Blog. As a sounding board, a note pad, a place to keep my ideas and thoughts. Written prayers, a place to vent. I have been doing a lot of baking lately. Perfecting older recipes, trying out new ones. I'm getting ready for my 6th marathon and I want to make sure my energy bars are 'just right'. I also want to see how they travel. On my recent mission trip to Panama I took several of my Fruit and Nut granola bars and they were delicious from home, to airplane, to El Valle, and back on the plane. I'm sure my recipes aren't 'new' or 'revolutionary', however, I do know they are delicious. My newest endeavors have included spaghetti squash, a pineapple and coconut desert that's not quite ice cream, not quite pie filling - but YUM, and cherries. Have you ever tried to pit a half-dehydrated cherry. Long story short, I didn't want to buy pre-dehydrated cherries because they are coated with sugar and other junk I don't want. The grocery store I use featured cherries one day so I bought a big bag. I've dehydrated frozen and they seep juice everywhere. To prevent loosing any goodness I dehydrated them with the pits in, for 10 hours, then cut them in half, dehydrated another 2 hours, then removed the pit. Below are pictures and a few of my newest recipes. The explanations are pretty quick because I've gone into greater detail on similar blog posts. If you'd like more details message me and I'll be glad to do a step-by-step how to. If you want a cook-booklet, send $6. 00 to my Paypal account (freedspirit05@me. It's not fancy, but all the recipes are in one place. First up - Spaghetti Squash. I've always wanted to make it but was a little afraid. However, in the attempts to broaden my horizons I tried it. Simply cut the squash down the middle, drizzle with olive oil, salt, pepper, maybe a little garlic, turn upside down (opposite of this picture) and bake at 350F for an hour. Turn over and scrape the flesh with a fork and it looks like spaghetti. I like to put my favorite red sauce on top, just like regular spaghetti. I bought a handy, dandy tortilla press to help me make flat bread. You can make with any type of flour, white or wheat, with our without yeast. (the one on the left has yeast). Simply mix together 1 coup flour, 1/4 to 1/2 cold water, 1 tsp olive oil, and a pinch salt. Knead, roll into 1/2 inch sized balls, cover the press with plastic wrap and press. Not too hard, you don't want it paper thin. For a cracker bake at 225F for 45 minutes. For a softer bread bake at 350 for 5-10 minutes. If you use yeast, use my whole wheat bread recipe and let proof twice. Once in ball form, and once after pressing. It will rise a bit and get a big air bubble in the center. Make a pita type pocket bread. First take a dozen or so ripe bananas, peel, wrap in plastic wrap and freeze. Use one banana, and fruit of choice, add a handful of raw nuts. Optional - a handful of raw spinach, 1/4 cup cacao powder, 1 Tbs natural peanut butter. For the liquid add about a half cup of unsweetened regular almond milk. About to the middle of the blueberries in the picture, enough to get the blender moving but not so much the smoothie is runny. I had an apple and wondered what to do with it. Did I want pancakes. So, I took whole wheat pancake mix, added a cup of ground oats, an egg, some almond milk. Then I took an apple, chopped it up fine. Put some in the grinder and made apple sauce. Ground up some almonds, threw that in. Yummy. Don't be afraid to get creative with your food. I don't remember where I got the base recipe for this one. I had a whole coconut and wanted ice cream. Since I'm allergic to dairy I decided to make something yummy and cold. Not quite a smoothie, not exactly ice cream. Take a whole pineapple and cut it in circles. With a paring knife cut just inside the rind to get rid of all the hard stuff. Put half the pineapple in a blender with 1/2 cup canned coconut milk, 1/2 cup shredded, unsweetened coconut flakes, and 1 tsp vanilla. The coconut flakes will remain chunky. Pour into two bowls and chill/freeze until the edges are frozen but the center is firm but not hard. Source: ColleenWaitWrites

Latest News

  • Freeze-drying versatility helps Albion business expand

    06/22/15 ,via The Daily News Online

    Freeze-Dry Foods in Albion supplies a growing number of products for camping and outdoorsmen, from freeze-dried meals to survival equipment and even portable solar products. Pictured are, from left, Jennifer Fieler, warehouse supervisor, Jenn Restivo, 

  • Freeze Drying Equipment Market Segmentation by Pharmaceutical ...

    06/17/15 ,via Medgadget.com (blog)

    The market for freeze drying equipment has gained momentum chiefly due to rising demands from the food and pharmaceutical industries. With prospects stemming from leather tanning, taxidermy, and eco-friendly burials, the market for freeze dryers is 

  • Research and Markets: Global Freeze Drying Equipment Market 2015-2019 ...

    07/01/15 ,via MRO (press release)

    Freeze drying, also known as lyophilisation, helps in the dehydration of the product, allowing the storage of the product for an extended duration. Freeze drying helps in preserving the spoilage of perishable food items and is used in the Food

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Recipes

  • Cheesy Sun-Dried Tomato Scones

    baking powder, black pepper, butter, cheddar cheese, seasoning, eggs, milk, mustard powder, paprika, salt, flour, sun dried tomato

Books

  • Freeze drying and advanced food technology

    Academic Pr. 1975. 730 pages.
  • Freeze-drying of Foods

    National Academies. 1962. 237 pages.

Bing news feed

  • Disaster Prep: Food supplies will be scarce after a disaster

    07/09/15 ,via The World

    If money is no object there are literally hundreds (or more) websites selling disaster preparedness food supplies. You can order freeze-dried, dehydrated, canned or a combination of all the above. Some even offer free shipping. A word of caution ...

  • Maine couple creates gourmet food made for the woods

    07/02/15 ,via WMTW

    Instead, she chose a different course and developed recipes for gourmet dehydrated food ... concept for Good To-Go because of their distaste for traditional freeze-dried camping food. Scism began dehydrating her own homemade dishes and packed them ...

  • What to Eat (and Not Eat) When You're Backpacking

    07/01/15 ,via The Stranger

    I've long had an ongoing fascination with the freeze-dried and dehydrated food section at REI—rows and rows of shiny, resealable, space-age-looking pouches filled with dishes such as chili mac 'n' cheese, grilled chicken breasts with mashed potatoes ...

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Dehydrated vs Freeze-Dried Food / The ReadyBlog

A lot of people use the terms dehydrated and freeze-dried like they are the same thing. However, there are some major differences between dehydrated and freeze-dried ...

What the world eats
What the world eats
This photo is in response to the What The World Eats article that's making the rounds again. Some of my friends and I did a challenge to show our meal plans for the week so we can see what we actually eat. Many of us are gardeners/homesteaders so what we eat changes seasonally, but this is a pretty good representation of how I'm eating now before the harvest starts. Much of my food is dry goods, home canned, or home dehydrated. So if I took something out of a jar for one of the recipes, I pictured the whole jar. I'm not eating ALL of that :D This is the original article: naturalsociety.com/amazing-photos-show-what-the-world-rea... MEAL PLAN Breakfasts: Kasha Homemade yogurt with frozen berries and granola (4 meals) Homemade oatmeal mix (2 meals) Lunches Bean and Cheese Quesadilla (2 meals) Salads with cucumbers, hard boiled eggs, chickpeas, and dressing (3 meals) (2 days will be leftovers from dinner) Dinners Bean and Barley Stew (recipe makes 4 meals:...
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365:77: Müesli
365:77: Müesli
I got this recipe from a friend. 7 1/2 cups rolled oats (not instant) 2 cups rye or barley flakes 1 1/3 cups sliced almonds 1/2 cups sesame seeds 1 cup wheat germ 2 cups raisins 1 cup sunflower seeds 1/2 cup pumpkin seeds* 1 1/2 - 2 cups dried fruit Combine oats and flakes. Spread on 2 baking sheets and bake at 350F for 10-15 minutes or until toasted. Let cool. Combine almonds and sesame seeds and bake at 350F for 3 minutes or until toasted. Let cool. Combine all ingredients. I find this very filling. I eat about 1/2 cup in plain yogurt, with a little bit of honey to sweeten. It makes a lot too. I brought some into work, and I plan on freezing some in bags to save for later. I don't like pumpkin seeds so I used peanuts, and for the dried fruit I used cranberries and dehydrated strawberries. YUM!
Photo by catseatsocks on Flickr
Freeze-dried Foods
Freeze-dried Foods
... reports of shortages in their freeze dried food product line
... reports of shortages in their freeze dried food product line
Supreme 3 Month Freeze-Dried & Dehydrated Food Supply
Supreme 3 Month Freeze-Dried & Dehydrated Food Supply