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Dehydrated food is the baseline for effective food storage. With a 25 year shelf life and clean ingredients, these dehydrated meals make ideal long term dehydrated food storage.
Dehydrated food has had almost all of the moisture removed from the food to provide an incredible shelf life. There are a variety of foods that can be combined to make a delicious and nutritious dehydrated meal, but we make sure to only include ingredients that you would know and understand. Take a look at the ingredients for our dehydrated foods and you'll see the difference.
Unlike some of the other staples of food storage, dehydrated food storage is quick and easy to make, which can be an important consideration in an emergency. Unlike rice and beans which can take hours to make or flour or wheat which also take hours but, in addition, require special equipment, dehydrated food can usually be rehydrated in hot water in a matter of minutes.
There are lots of options for buying a single dehydrated meal, but when you're looking to make sure your family has enough food to survive a real emergency, you'll need a lot more than you're thinking. Our dehydrated foods come packaged in sealed mylar bags and can be ordered in quality sealed storage buckets to make sure that not only do you have enough food, but it's protected from moisture and pests.
Dehydrated food is actually really easy to store and really easy to use, but if you have any questions, we're here to help.
Dehydrated food is as healthy as the food that went into it. If you dehydrate food with empty calories and preservatives, it may not be particularly healthy. But that's why we produce food from clean, simple ingredients that will nourish you when you need it the most!
Properly packaged and sealed, dehydrated food will last 25 years when stored. By removing the moisture, we produce an environment where bacteria and pests can't live. However, dehydrated foods can reabsorb moisture from the air, which is why we get so obsessive about our packaging, to make sure that our food is ready when your family needs it.
The easiest way to rehydrate your dehydrated food is to add the appropriate amount of water and simmer it on the stove for a few minutes. This will let the dehydrated foods reabsorb that moisture. You can also add boiling water to the dehydrated food in an insulated container and let it sit while the moisture is reabsorbed.