dehydrated food

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Related to dehydrated food: Survival food, Freeze dried food
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Noun1.dehydrated food - food preserved by dehydration
food product, foodstuff - a substance that can be used or prepared for use as food
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The science fair was based on "Forces and Movement" and as well as Earth and Space, also included work on rocket firing, parachutes, magnets, friction and tasting of dehydrated food that astronauts eat.
Always store dehydrated food in airtight containers, vacuum-sealed if possible, so moisture does not enter and spoil the food.
Most dehydrated food tends to shrink or shrivel when moisture is removed, resulting in a smaller end product.
In addition, some of the oil is transferred to the dehydrated food and can impart flavors and shorten shelf life.
The frozen food says it contains 15% protein and 9% fat; the dehydrated food says it contains 32% protein and 24% fat.
We had to take dehydrated food and we dug up snow, which we boiled to rehydrate the food.
Dehydrated food Marty's wife, Jennifer, made a large pizza for her family out of a tiny pocket-sized dehydrated one with just a push of a button.
The team will take porridge with them for breakfast to store 600 calories before setting off for the day and will snack on salted nuts, pork scratchings and jelly babies during the day before enjoying a 1,000 calories dehydrated food evening meal.
study revealed that the dried and dehydrated food industry made more than $6 billion in revenue in 2009 alone.
It carried the dehydrated food ration packs, 25-litre water butt and camping equipment he needed on his trek.
Want to make nut milks and dehydrated food, but not sure where to find the equipment?
Organic food has higher nutrient content and lower pesticide and heavy metal content than conventionally grown food; and, unlike food cooked at temperatures over 115 [degrees]F, raw or dehydrated food retains active plant enzymes.