What do you know about Freeze drying? Not to be confused with dehydrating. If you're like I was you have no idea what the heck this is.
Freeze drying is when you remove the water content from food. The item becomes dry and crispy. The idea is to rehydrate with water and boom you have your meals. The Army and Miltary use freeze dried meals for when they are camped out, it's simple add boiling water. If you have a pot and some water you can eat very well if you're stuck in the woods, or want to hike and not be weighed down.
As I started playing around with the freeze dryer I quickly realized how much fun I was going to have with this machine! Fruit, vegetables, candy, ice cream, yogurt. If you haven't tried freeze dried candy, you must. But then I started learning about meals.
I'm a prepper. I like to be prepared, with freeze drying your lasagna, chilli, Mac and cheese and so much more, are now good for 25 years on the shelf. You store it in a Mylar bag with an oxygen absorber and it's good to go. When ready to eat add said amount boiling water and voila BON' APPETITE! I'll soon be sharing things I freeze dry and I why I love it!
Below: Freeze dried mushroom soup 🍜
Stay tuned friends. ❤️✌️