rehydratable


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rehydratable

(ˌriːhaɪˈdreɪtəbəl)
adj
capable of being rehydrated
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(Tingle was enthusiastic; the dishes he ate, such as lasagna and beef ravioli, were rehydratable and "not bad")
So each food packet will have dehydrated food with a small opening which goes into the water dispensing station which dispenses hot or cold water so that the food can be rehydrated.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.