Posted on July 19 2014
Have you ever wondered what is freeze drying and what difference does it make? Well SOS Chefs is going to break it down for you. Freeze drying is a process in which water is removed from a food to preserve it or make it move convenient for transport. Freeze drying is done by freezing the product and then reducing the pressure around it so that the frozen water in that’s in the product channels from being a solid to being a gas. When you are ready to eat it, you just re-hydrate it, it will be like the flavors never left! This method is used on tons of things like ice cream and even fruit! Freeze dried fruit is usually dried at their peak ripeness, preserving all the great sweet flavors and healthy nutrients. There is need no additives or preservatives, everything is all natural. You can add them in regular everyday meals just like you would with fresh fruit. Now what’s the difference between fresh and freeze dried? Freeze dried fruits have lower calories, more fiber, more antioxidants, and much more vitamins and nutrients like vitamins A and C, iron and potassium. We have just receive many new freeze dried products for you to try. Don’t be afraid to try something new, especially something super healthy for you!