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Home Freeze Drying - How It Works

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Published on Nov 10, 2016

See how a home freeze dryer works. Have you wondered how to freeze dry at home? It's easy. Learn more.

Fresh or cooked foods are placed in the freeze dryer where they are frozen to -40 degrees Fahrenheit or colder.

Once the food is frozen, the freeze dryer creates a powerful vacuum around the food. Then, as the food is slightly warmed, the ice transitions into vapor and evaporates.

The freeze-dried food is then sealed in moisture and oxygen-proof packaging (Mylar bags, mason jars, or cans) along with an oxygen absorber to ensure freshness until opened.

When water is added to the food it regains its original fresh flavor, aroma, and appearance.

People love the taste of freeze-dried food. It's a great way to build up a food storage that can help you prepare for the future. If interested in learning more about freeze driers please visit https://harvestright.com/

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