dehydrated foods


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Synonyms for dehydrated foods

food preserved by dehydration

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I knew I wanted to sell dehydrated food that packed down smaller and had less preservatives, better ingredients.
In addition, some of the oil is transferred to the dehydrated food and can impart flavors and shorten shelf life.
It may be due to the concentration of flavor in dehydrated food ingredients or their light processing.
“Traditionally dehydrated foods have been expensive so the chance to do your own food drying at home means Excalibur food dehydrators have become popular.”
"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.
Store dehydrated foods in airtight containers only; otherwise, they will absorb ambient moisture, which may cause spoilage.
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".
Dehydrated foods offer a particular value as the ISS's newest dehydration station uses recycled water from the rest of the station.
Dehydrated foods have a lower heat exposure than canning, so fewer vitamins are destroyed.
I've tried some nasty dehydrated foods in my time, but Back Country Cuisine's meals have never failed to impress.
A good tent and sleeping bag, essential cooking utensils, dehydrated foods and the proper personal gear can all come in at a weight of between 50 and 60 pounds.
Most ex-servicemen are strong in their condemnation of dehydrated foods and many are not partial to canned goods.
2258658 Food supplements, soups and bouillons; soup preparations; prepared meals; snack foods and beverages and components for prepared meals; snack foods and beverages; meat, fish, poultry and game; meat extracts; dehydrated foods; preserved, processed, frozen, dehydrated, dried and/or cooked fruits and vegetables; jellies, jams, fruit sauces; eggs, milk and milk products; edible oils and fats; pickles; chutney and tomato purees; salads; desserts and puddings; fruit puree and vegetable puree; sauces; all included in Class 29.