Friday, April 8, 2011

Using your Fruits and Vegetables

Throw in dehydrated vegetables or fruits.
much more nutrients than do canned vegetables, and add variety to food storage. Once you start using
them, the convenience will win you over. No washing, peeling, or chopping. Dehydrated potatoes, onions,
carrots, corn, bell peppers and celery are ready to use in soups and casseroles. Dehydrated apples
are fantastic in oatmeal, or reconstituted and chopped for baked goods. They’re also wonderful
straight from the can as a snack.
Dehydrated or freeze-dried fruits and vegetables retain

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