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Thoughts on dehydrated food

tkav1980

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I dehydrated food for long camping and hunting trips. It cuts down on weight a ton when bushwhacking through rough terraine with a pack on your back. I thought about it and since I work on the road a ton, I started thinking why not do this more for my meal prep. I can have a hot meal anywhere with some water and a jetboil stove.

Any idea how this effects nutrients?
 

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I don't see a problem with dehydrated foods. Not sure about meats but fruits/veggies keep the majority of their nutrient content. They Lose a little vitamin c though.
 

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You’re not losing any nutrients if you’re dehydrating afaik, as long as you’re using lower temps to dehydrate anyway. I think it could be a pretty good idea, as long as you like dehydrated foods of course. They’re not going to be as tasty as something like mountain house pro-paks, but then again they’re going to have as much sodium either. I have a bunch of dehydrators, and I make large batches of jerky pretty often, I almost always have a bag of jerky with me wherever I go. Dehydrated fruit is pretty great too, Good stuff!!!
 

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there are different variations of Beef, Turkey , Chicken jerky that are nice and versatile to carry around.
Not sure if thats the type of thing you mean.
 

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Are you talking about dehydrated....or freeze dried?
 

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dehydrated fruits taste really good,but i haven't try dehydrated meat or something else yet.
 

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Good enough for the military.. good enough for me.. lol

I dehydrated food for long camping and hunting trips. It cuts down on weight a ton when bushwhacking through rough terraine with a pack on your back. I thought about it and since I work on the road a ton, I started thinking why not do this more for my meal prep. I can have a hot meal anywhere with some water and a jetboil stove.

Any idea how this effects nutrients?
 

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Someone else mentioned low temps... this is true. I have an excaliber dehydrator. Dries it under 105, 110 degrees. This keeps nutrients intact, and as vital as raw food. I was 100% raw, vegan for 5 years, even teach food classes... keeping it low temp, keeps it raw, just dried
 

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