rehydratable


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rehydratable

(ˌriːhaɪˈdreɪtəbəl)
adj
capable of being rehydrated
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The ISS also has forced-air convection ovens to warm rehydratable, thermostabilized and irradiated food items.
Astronauts also eat many rehydratable foods, which save on valuable space and weight.
Lambino has disclosed rehydratable personal care compositions that offer advantages in packaging and preservation.
He came up with an idea of putting a lemon flavor in non-fried, rehydratable noodles and stressed low calorie and healthy images.
company has been setting a standard for creative new uses of beans, which are basic ingredients in many of its soups, dips, rehydratable "side dishes" and "future applications that we can't talk about yet.