Archive for ' Dehydrated Foods'
When I first began my venture into food storage, I was met with a dizzying array of choices, among them freeze-dried and dehydrated produce. I didn’t have a ton of money to spend and had to [...]
I’ve always loved Australians ever since I went to Russia with a large group of them way back when. It wasn’t unusual to meet them for breakfast and find that one or more had, “had a [...]
Welcome to the second in a series of article that will teach you, step by step, how to create your own dehydrated meals suitable for long-term storage. You can read Part 1 here. Freeze dried and [...]
I tried a new chili recipe recently and decided to play around with it a bit. I dehydrated the tomato sauce, kidney beans, added a few seasonings and stored it in my pantry for about a month. [...]
My food dehydrator has been working up a storm this past week as I’ve been transforming pounds and pounds of tomatoes and jars of applesauce into very, very dry versions of their former selves. I love dehydrating [...]
Did you know that you can dehydrate frozen vegetables? I just read about this and decided to give it a try. My grocery store often has bags of frozen veggies on sale for $1 a bag. [...]
Buying canned goods and extra bags of flour and sugar has been the easiest part of food storage for me. Dehydrating my own food seemed to belong in the same category as spinning my own wool. [...]