Lindon Farms Freeze Dried Bananas are packed with their natural potassium goodness into convenient, resealable, puncture resistant pouches. For up to 25 years you can store them in a cool dry place or use them for every day snacks and meals. Sprinkle them over your favorite cereal or bake them into your familys favorite dessert! Be sure to stock up on this fruity goodness! Freeze drying is the process of freezing water out of a food product then rapidly turning it into a gas, omitting the liquid stage. Most fruit and vegetables are made out of 80% to 90% water, making freeze-drying the ultimate light weight option. Once the freeze drying process is completed, the water, (up to 90% of a product like strawberries), is effectively removed thus making the product drastically lighter but maintaining most of its original shape, color, flavor, nutrients, and maximizing shelf life. Freeze Dried products have a quick re-hydration times normally only about five minutes.
Purchase By Weight: no
State of Readiness: mix
Storage State: room temperature
Container Material: plastic
Item Number (DPCI): 212-14-1240
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