Freeze-Dried & Dehydrated Food

Which Is Better: Freeze-Dried or Dehydrated Food?

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There are advantages to both methods, and disadvantages to both. In and of itself, neither method is necessarily “better” than the other; it’s more a matter of which method provides the preferred result for a given food type. The key is to remove moisture from within the food itself, then package that food in an oxygen-free environment.

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Partnership Between Honeyville and Legacy Premium Foods

Partnering with Honeyville will not only enable Legacy Foods to continue to produce the healthiest and tastiest emergency foods, but also assures that all of Legacy’s products will continue to be certified GMO-Free, with no trans fat, no cholesterol, low sodium and high fiber contents.

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Before You Buy Emergency Food Storage

Buy emergency food storage, not this Can of Dehydrated Water

Obviously, being prepared with some extra food on hand (and water, and power, and some other tools and gear of various sorts) is a wise decision. It’s always better to have and not need, rather than to need and not have!

However, too many people begin their prepping activities in a haphazard fashion, and wind up purchasing too much stuff, too little stuff, or stuff they’ll never really use.

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What Is the True Cost of Freeze Dried Food?

The truth about the true cost of freeze dried food

A few years ago, an article implied that the cost of freeze dried food is too expensive to be a viable method of food storage. The article was based on a study that compared various methods of food storage. I disagree with them, and I contend that their conclusions are not based on sound logic.

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