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Dehydrated VS. Freeze dried

Many people think freeze-dried products and dehydrated products are the same thing. While they’re both good for long-term storage and emergency kits, their “life sustaining shelf life” is different, as is their preservation process.

 

 

  1. Lleithder: Freeze-drying removes about 98 percent of the moisture in food, while dehydration removes about 90 percent.
  2. Shelf life: The moisture content has an effect on shelf life, with freeze-dried foods lasting between 25 and 30 blynyddoedd, and dehydrated products lasting about 15 i 20 blynyddoedd.
  3. Nutrition: Freeze-dried food retains most of the original vitamins and minerals of fresh produce, while the dehydration process can easily break down those nutrients.