dehydrated foods

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Noun1.dehydrated foods - food preserved by dehydration
food product, foodstuff - a substance that can be used or prepared for use as food
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I can give up the oven canning of my dehydrated foods if it is not safe.
Ms Goold said “Eating dehydrated foods is popular amongst raw foodies as removing the moisture preserves the enzymes and amino-acids that our bodies need to make protein.
Visitors can see sorting demonstrations of fresh, chilled, frozen, dry and dehydrated foods, as well as non-food commodities.
The purpose of going back to Denali was to test clothing I'd developed with Rab and to test dehydrated foods and a tent by MSR," he said.
They said that" dried and dehydrated foods are more concentrated than any other form of food stuff which minimises the post harvest losses, stability of prices and availability round the year".
Avoid purchasing pre-prepared, frozen foods, and make them yourself, at home; many meals are made to be frozen and reheated without any loss in taste or quality, so there's no reason to thaw and rehydrate frozen and dehydrated foods when you can skip these steps and buy and cook fresh.
Albany International - American Dehydrated Foods, Inc.
Dehydrated foods offer a particular value as the ISS's newest dehydration station uses recycled water from the rest of the station.
Most ex-servicemen are strong in their condemnation of dehydrated foods and many are not partial to canned goods.
International Dehydrated Foods (IDF) has announced that Bob Hoopingarner has been promoted to the position of vice president of sales and marketing for both American Dehydrated Foods and International Dehydrated Foods.
Lucid's determination helped her cope with the stress of weightlessness, a small living space, and a diet of dehydrated foods.