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[quote:Anonymous Coward 15740069:MV8yMTIxMzIxXzM1Nzg3NDgxX0FDMDlBNkY2] Dehydrated and Freeze dried preps are great for foot travel. Because they are so light and all you have to do is add hot water to reconstitute. But it is more expensive then normal canning because you have to dry the food out with a food dehydrator or a very strong freezer. That takes alot of electricity. More then canning does. But it does have its place in your preps for your 72 hour bag. You dont want to carry a can of chili when you can carry a dehydrated bag of chili. Because all you have to do is boil some water and you have a meal. I like to keep a water filter in my bag instead. That way I can always get clean water from any source and use it to reconstitute my food. Doing it this way you keep your pack weight down. Because instead of carrying heavy cans that always have water in them you can get water along the way and add it to your dried food. The downside is the extra work or cost to get the food dried. A Solar Dehydrator would be a good solution if you are willing to put in all the work. However with this you would have to do the work only on sunny days. [/quote]
link to cheftessbakeresse.blogspot.com.au
Simple and stores for a long time.
Some tasty recipes there.
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