Month: February 2016

Ways to Use Freeze Dried Meats

First thing first, freeze dried meat is already cooked, so reconstituting it with the right amount of water is the main requirement. Once you have the meat reconstituted, drain the excess water and it’s ready for whatever recipe it’s going into. Now that we have that out of the way, let’s talk about some foods … Continued

Food Insurance Has Gluten Free Products

Gluten is a general name for the proteins found in wheat, rye, barley, and triticale. Gluten helps foods maintain their shape, acting as a glue that holds foods together. While gluten isn’t a bad for a person, it can be very harmful to someone who is sensitive to gluten. This often is called gluten sensitivity. … Continued

3 Reasons Why Coconut Oil Should Be In Your Food Storage

Coconut oil is definitely an item that should be in your food storage, bug out bags, and everyday life. On top of cooking, coconut oil can be used several different ways. It has a longer shelf life than most other oils, so it’s great to use for food storage and bug-out bags. Listed below are … Continued

Freeze Dried Vs. Fresh (Video)

Did you know that freeze dried fruits, vegetables, and meats can be substituted for fresh ingredients in your favorite recipes?  Over our 50+ years of freeze drying experience, we have perfected the process to the point where, in all likelihood,  your family or guests won’t even be able to tell that your ingredients are freeze … Continued