Freeze Dried Vegetables: Broccoli, Corn, Beans, Peas, Carrots, and Mushrooms

Freeze dried vegetables are a popular choice for anyone who is into food storage and preparedness. This method of food preservation is popular not only because the food looks and tastes almost the same as it does when it is fresh.

Almost all types of this healthy food are good for this process and best of all, you can still use them in just about any recipe you want. Having these nutritious foodstuffs on hand means ensuring that even if food is in short supply you and your family will be eating balanced meals.

Freeze Dried Vegetables Selection

Some popular freeze-dried veggies are:

  • Mushrooms
  • Bell peppers
  • Cauliflower
  • Broccoli
  • Celery
  • Corn
  • Beets
  • Carrots
  • Brussels Sprouts

Emergency Essentials

This method of preserving foods for long-term storage is just the ticket for people who are serious about preparedness.  Some stores that sell items for long-term food storage stock various sizes and types of freeze dried vegetables. Emergency Essentials’ Provident Pantry brand has a wide selection so choosing the right products to suit your taste is easy.

From this selection are tasty choices such as:

  • Garden vegetable combo
  • Dried vegetable pack
  • Green Bell pepper dices

In addition to individual vegetable types and combos, there are also full meal entrees such as freeze dried meat and vegetables and fruits and vegetables. Whatever products are to your liking, the prices make it possible to buy in bulk of varying quantities depending on need. For instance you can buy six 6-ounce cans of green peas for just $6.50.

The ReadyStore

The ReadyStore has offerings such as:

  • The BASIC Year Supply of freeze dried vegetables from Saratoga Farms for under $400.00. This supply contains six tins each of garden peas, sweet corn and green beans. While this is standard, these may vary depending on availability of the items.
  • The ULTIMATE Year Supply of veggies is ideal for large families as the box contains 33 cans of assorted vegetables including potato chunks, green beans, sweet corn, diced white onions, diced celery, cauliflower, broccoli, bell peppers and garden peas. Of course, if any of these are in short supply, the replacement veggies will be of equal or greater value.

Care is taken to reduce the possibility of allergic reactions to these items by making them free of ingredients such as gluten and soy. The manufacturers also avoid the use of foods like pork and shellfish. Long-term storage veggies can last between 20 to 30 years depending on how you store them. According to the product label the ideal storage temperature is 60 degrees Fahrenheit or lower with 10 percent humidity or lower.

Individual cans of veggies such as green beans, spinach and mixed foods are also available for those persons who want to start storing food but cannot afford to buy in large quantities.

While great for long term storage, the price and variety also make these choices great for everyday use if you like buying in bulk. If you use them for everyday cooking purposes, you can still stay ahead of the game by replenishing your supplies on a regular basis. The fact that you can order online makes shopping for food for long-term storage even more convenient for many families.

Having a ready stack of freeze dried vegetables means being able to provide nutritious meals at any time despite the circumstances. Another great benefit is that food preparation is a lot easier since the drying process requires doing some of the cooking before packaging the items for sale. The fact that these types of foods can have a shelf life of up to 30 years also makes this method a favorite among survivalists.

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