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    Default Dehydrated veggies.

    I found some dehydrated veggies at the co-op in hanover in 2010 that were really good, but can't remember the brand name. Not so concerned with the brand but wanted suggestions for brands i could order online that are good. The ones i found in hanover had corn, carrots, peas, and tomatoes, maybe a few other things. They were perfect for throwing a handful in ramen and what not. Anyone know of a similar priduct?

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    I have ordered from Harmony House in the past and have been happy. They have many choices and combinations.

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    Buy a dehydrator at a yard sale (lots of them out there). Throw some bags of frozen veggies from the supermarket on the trays. Store the dried veggies in a ziploc, or an clean, empty peanut butter jar. The results will last for months if kept cool & dry.
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    Honeyville https://honeyville.com/. Buy a vacuum sealer and some oxygen absorber packs and repackage. I use them to thicken up soups to keep my inventory turned over.

    They have sales on six #10 tin cans on occasion, big savings over the smaller packages sold at backpacking stores.

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    I have 7 quart containers of dehydrated veggies that I bought from Harmony House in 2013. Includes corn, peas, spinach, mushrooms, zucchini, bell peppers, and broccoli.
    I have made a few attempts to use them in trail meals, but with mostly disappointing results. I couldn't get the peas, corn, or mushrooms to rehydrate sufficiently.

    I hate to throw them away. If anybody in the area wants to adopt them, they're free. Send a PM and we'll find a way to connect.

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    If you dehydrate a pound of frozen vegetables yourself, like I did, you might yield 2.5 ounces of material.

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    Vegitarian backpacking food from a company called Outdoor Herbivore has a good freeze dried veggie mix that I like and will order again. The high altitude hot breakfast cereal was a pleasant surprise as well

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    Dutchware has a nice selection of freeze dried vegetables, fruit and meat.
    https://dutchwaregear.com/product-ca.../freeze-dried/
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    Knorr vegetable recipe soup mix is basically dehydrated vegetables

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