Freeze-dried food is an excellent addition to an emergency food supply. If properly stored, it can last up to 25 years, maintains 99% of its original nutritional quality, and is very easy to prepare in an emergency with just hot water in under 10 minutes.
You can buy freeze-dried food directly online, but making your freeze-fried food is now possible and extremely easy. Admittedly, there is a considerable upfront cost for one of these devices, but it will pay for itself in a short amount of time which we’ll discuss in just a moment.
So what advantages does home freeze-dried food have over store-bought? In this blog, we’ll look at five things you should consider before you start the process of building out a sizeable freeze-dried food inventory. I just recently did a video about building a one-year food storage setup and I’ll be adding a considerable amount of freeze-dried food to it shortly as I want food stored away that is already cooked in advance and ready if there’s a major event or emergency. I’ve also done blogs in the past that go into a much deeper dive covering the freeze-drying process, which I’ll link to in the cards above and the description section below if you want to check those out. So let’s jump in.
If you’re starting with developing your food inventory, there’s nothing wrong with picking up the typical Mountain House or other brands of freeze-dried food. I just found over time that these items we’re about to cover were selling points for me as to why investing in one of these machines made more sense in the long run. If you want to check out the Harvest Right Freeze Dryer anytime during the blog, you can check them out on my website at www.cityprepping.com/freezedryer
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