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Dehydrating Fruits and Vegetables

Rick Kralj from Penn State Extension standing in a blue shirt before a blue and green background.

Along with freezing and canning your food, dehydration is a great preservation method. Among the advantages of dried foods is that they’re lightweight and compact, making them a preferred choice for hikers and campers. They also use less storage space than canned and frozen foods, and the dehydration process takes less energy than other methods.

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