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9 hours ago, Kerry Beal said:

There are a couple of threads here on the Harvest Right. 

 

Indeed! Thanks for the reminder, Kerry. The Harvest Right and perhaps some other freeze dryers got a lot of attention a few years back. Those topics can be a great resource:

 

Freeze Dryers and Freeze Dried Food (Part 1)

Freeze Dryers and Freeze Dried Food (Part 2)

 

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On 10/31/2020 at 11:01 AM, Kim Shook said:

Welcome to eG, @Tactical_Pickle!  How did you get into freeze drying meal prep?  I'd love to know what kinds of things that you like to cook. 

How did I get into it? I like freeze dried method of food preservation. Grandparents have a large garden and I hate to let things go to waste.

What I like to cook? Mostly low carb stuff. Omelets, beef,chicken, cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, lots of stews and soups.

Before the pandemic I used to go camping once a month for 3-4 days and freeze dried meals saved me a lot of time.

Heard about freeze drying on a gun forum so I am here.

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15 hours ago, Tactical_Pickle said:

How did I get into it? I like freeze dried method of food preservation. Grandparents have a large garden and I hate to let things go to waste.

What I like to cook? Mostly low carb stuff. Omelets, beef,chicken, cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, lots of stews and soups.

Before the pandemic I used to go camping once a month for 3-4 days and freeze dried meals saved me a lot of time.

Heard about freeze drying on a gun forum so I am here.

 

Chefsteps tried some out-of-box stuff freeze dried.   Chefsteps Let's Freeze Dry Everything

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