Freeze Dried Meat & Protein
Freeze dried meats are a fantastic way to add variety and nutrition to your long term food storage. Our USDA inspected freeze dried meat has all the same nutrition you'd expect from fresh meat, you just have to add water, like the rest of our quality
freeze dried foods. Bulk freeze dried meat is a delicious way to bulk up the protein content of your
emergency food storage.
THE FREEZE DRIED MEAT & PROTEINS TO KEEP YOU FUELED
When you're making your survival food preparations, it's easy to get stuck on just getting in enough calories to keep you fueled and forget about freeze dried meat. But don't forget the protein is literally the building blocks of your muscles. Just calories will only get you so far. If you're in a situation that has you using your survival rations, you'll be glad to have some freeze dried beef or chicken!
QUALITY FREEZE DRIED BEEF, PORK, CHICKEN AND TURKEY
Freeze dried meats aren't all created equal, that’s why we set a high standard of quality for our dried meat. Our freeze dried beef, chicken and turkey comes with a guarantee that you are receiving the highest quality meats that we can source. Whether you're buying freeze dried meat in bulk or just a couple of bags, this dried protein will keep you fueled in 20 years just as well as it will tomorrow.
FREEZE DRIED MEAT IS PACKED WITH PROTEIN
Protein is vital to maintain a healthy weight and muscle mass and one of the best survival foods you can stock. Lucky for you, our freeze dried meat is packed full of protein. We also have a number of freeze dried non-meat protein options like eggs and dairy for plenty of variety.
DRIED MEAT FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Freeze dried meat and other proteins can be one of the hardest survival foods to get your hands on in an emergency. And if you're actually in a survival situation, there's going to be a lot of competition for wild game, so stock up on your freeze dried meats before you need them!
HOW LONG DOES FREEZE DRIED MEAT LAST IN STORAGE?
Our freeze dried meat lasts up to 25 years in storage. This is due to the precautions we take with our food to ensure that it lasts until it’s needed. We take a two step approach at Valley Food Storage to ensure that our freeze dried meats, and all our
25 year shelf life food, will last all 25 years in storage. The first step we take to make our freeze dried meats last is our water resistant bucket. Our water resistant bucket works to keep out water and animals, the most common killers of food storage. The second step we take is the mylar bags we seal our meats in. The mylar bags are what keeps the freeze dried meats safely sealed away from oxygen, humidity and insect infestation.
IS FREEZE DRIED MEAT RAW?
You can eat our freeze dried meat as-is or cooked. All our freeze dried meat is cooked prior to freeze drying making it completely safe to eat straight out of the bag. You can also eat your freeze dried meats by cooking them with other recipes. Pairing your freeze dried meat with an entree is extremely popular within the preparedness community. To do this simply add the freeze dried meat to any food storage entree and enjoy a protein dense meal.
CAN YOU REHYDRATE FREEZE DRIED MEAT & PROTEIN WITH COLD WATER?
If you don’t have access to hot water you can rehydrate freeze dried proteins with cold water if it has been pre-cooked before freeze drying. All our freeze dried proteins at Valley Food Storage are always pre-cooked before freeze drying which allows you to use cold water to rehydrate your protein. In fact we have many happy customers who love to rehydrate their proteins with cold water and then microwave the protein to their desired temperature. In fact, this makes a bag of freeze dried meat a great addition to your bug out bag.
HOW DO YOU REHYDRATE FREEZE DRIED BEEF?
To rehydrate your freeze dried beef or any freeze dried meat you simply need to add water. The amount of water doesn't matter as the freeze dried beef will only absorb as much liquid as it needs to rehydrate. The temperature of the water doesn't matter either! This means that no matter the situation you and your family find yourself in you can always rehydrate your freeze dried beef, making it a good addition to your 72 hour food kit. After rehydrating your freeze dried beef, it's a good idea to dry the meat with a paper towel to remove any excess water on the outside of the meat.