How To Freeze Dry Food
You are asking about how to freeze dry food. The best answer to that question is that you don't if you want to have it done right and have your food last for a long time. Special equipment is needed to get the best freeze dried food done right for long term food storage. Most households can not afford all the equipment for drying food so you need to allow a company which has been in business for many years do it for you.
How do you freeze dry foods? You allow an experienced company that has all the equipment and all the wisdom and knowledge and has trained engineers and scientists working for them to do it for you. It takes a lot of knowledge and experience to know how to operate the equipment correctly. If freeze drying food is attempted by a novice at home it will not be processed correctly to organically preserve it so that it stays fresh for a very long time.
The company you will be buying from will beat any discount price you find on the internet for freeze dried food. It leads the world in freeze drying technology and has been in business for over 45 years. It has worked with the Department of Defense to develop and produce freeze dried military rations that tasted better, weighed less, and were easier to prepare than the canned rations they were using at that time. No one likes to eat canned SPAM meal after meal. LOL !!!
The company you want to purchase from will not only beat any price of any competitor, but it is also the world's technological leader in freeze drying. It is still a major supplier to the U.S. military and has processing plants in a couple of countries in Europe so Europeans should feel free to order from us. The world contains our customers. You can be assured the freeze dried food you purchase is good because the company has had to comply with rigid USDA and FDA registrations, and also Kosher and Halal certifications.
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