What kinds of foods do not freeze well?
If you mean raw foods then anything that has a large content of water like celery or strawberries or lettuce. Also any soup which has cream or milk as an ingredient because it may cause separation.
One of the advantages of freeze dried foods is that whole meals, including spices and seasonings, may be added prior to processing. thus the freeze drying process allows for the long-term preservation of individual ingredients, such as fruit or chicken, as well as full meals. Freeze dried foods can last for decades if properly stored in their original, sealed packaging, making them exceptionally good for long-term food storage options and emergency preparedness. Further, freeze dried…
I made a big thing of chili cheese dip (it has cream cheese, chili, refried beans, salsa and cheese in it) and we can't possibly eat it all. Can I freeze it for later? I know there are certain foods you shouldn't freeze because they don't do well after you've frozen them. Would this be okay to freeze??
Many grocery retailers and health food stores offer freeze dried foods. Additionally, some survival or camping stores offer freeze dried foods. Wal-Mart and Sam's Club both sell freeze dried items. Other locations a person may purchase these foods from are Buy Emergency Foods, The Ready Store, and North Bay Trading Company.