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Dehydrated Food

  Dehydrated food is food that has been dried out through a process of slow, low heat without cooking the food. The dehydration process removes the water from fresh foods, leaving microorganisms that spoil food no place to live. Some dried foods like fruits can be eaten in the dehydrated state. Other dehydrated foods like instant oatmeal or soups need only water to be rehydrated and eaten.

 Dehydrated foods are generally produced without seasoning and most require cooking (or at least the addition of water) before consumption. Some familiar examples of dehydrated food are instant oatmeal, potato chips, mac & cheese, dried fruits, and gravy mixes. If the packaging says “just add water”, it’s most likely dehydrated food.

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