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Freeze drying, also known as lyophilisation or cryodesiccation, is a low temperature dehydration process that involves freezing the product, lowering pressure, then removing the ice by sublimation. This is in contrast to dehydration by most conventional methods that evaporate water using heat.Because of the low temperature used in processing, the quality of the rehydrated product is excellent. In case solid objects like strawberries are freeze dried the original shape of the product is maintained. If the product to be dried is a liquid, like often seen in pharmaceutical applications, the instant properties of the final product are optimized by the combination of excipients (i.e., inactive ingredients). Primary applications of freeze drying include biological (e.g., bacteria and yeasts), biomedical (e.g., surgical transplants), food processing (e.g., coffee) and preservation.
I have boxes of Mountain House Beef Stroganoff with Noodles 6x #10 cans (60 Servings) for sale for $270. Manufactured in 2020 and expire in 2050!
I also have boxes of #10 cans of Chili Mac and single serving pouches of Scrambled Eggs with Bacon.
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I'm selling 87 pouches of Mountain House Scrambled Eggs w/bacon for $750. I would consider breaking it up but the price would increase a bit. Mountain House is sold out everywhere except eBay right now and nobody knows when more will be available. These pouches are going for 12.99 on eBay...
Been thinking about trying your hand at freeze drying? You know you can keep up to 97% of the food's nutrients and it is going to be the lightest weight storage option out there. I bought my emergency food for a number of months so the family has something to help us get by, and then...
I've got 4 "buckets" of Mountain House Classic food, still sealed/unopened and less than a year old.
These are the SAME "buckets" being sold on Amazon for $76 (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00955DUHQ/) and are found locally at REI and other stores for even more in my experience...
i would like to sell these 7 Assorted Cans Provident Pantry Freeze Dried Meats Each can contains 1lb 4oz of Freeze dried meat. The Can of sausage crumbs contains 1lb 13oz Can, can be opened and and contents repackaged. Whats available and quantity is listed below. Buyer pays actual shipping i...
Ok, I admit it. I can go "without" when it comes to many creature comforts. But I draw the line at toilet paper and coffee. So, we stock up on toilet paper ..... years worth. We would be wealthy in Venezuela, no seriously we would. Toilet paper ...... think about it.
Anyhow, as for freeze dried...
Amazon Deal of the Day - sounds like Sunday only, but I'm not sure.
Mountain House "Just In Case" freeze-dried buckets
My favorite is the "Classic" bucket $47.99 shipped. I already have a couple. This is the cheapest I've ever seen it. At this price I may have to get a couple more...