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The best preservation method for long-term food storage! Freeze dry just about anything at home with the Harvest Right Freeze Dryers: fruit, vegetables, meats, leftovers, dairy products and desserts. The flavor and freshness of your food stays intact while also retaining nearly all of its nutrients. Plus, home freeze-dried food is about 1/3 the cost of store-bought food.
Note: This item requires a custom freight quote and is excluded from all free shipping promotions. It will ship by semi truck to a freight terminal near your home. Please call (330) 857-5757 ext. 3600 for a quote.
What Size Freeze Dryer is Right for You?
Each Freeze Dryer Includes:
How Long Does It Take?
Food type and quantity will affect the freeze-dry cycle. Things like meat, peas and corn dry quickly, while squash and watermelon can take longer. It typically takes 20 to 40 hours to complete the process. Your machine will sense when the food is ready (alerting you with a beep), so you don't have to guess when to stop the freeze-dry cycle.
Made with the Harvest Freeze Dryers in mind, these Mylar bags are perfect for storing your freeze-dried food and other dry foods. The 7 mil thickness and Mylar material aid in preventing oxygen and water from penetrating the bag. Because oxygen and water are the two major components that cause food to spoil, packaging in a quality Mylar bag is essential for long-term food storage.
Storing your dry foods long-term? Protect them against spoilage and mold! Oxygen absorbers are used to protect packaged foods and other products against spoilage, mold growth, color change, loss of nutritive values, insect damage and loss of quality.
What does the cc mean? Oxygen is measured in cubic centimeters (cc). When looking at "cc" in oxygen absorbers, it is referring to amount of oxygen they absorb. So, a 700cc oxygen absorber will absorb 700cc of oxygen.
This premium high vacuum pump oil is recommended for use in Harvest Right freeze dryer oil pumps.
Warning: Vacuum pump oil may cause skin or eye irritation. In case of skin contact, thoroughly wash affected areas with soap and water. Seek medical attention if redness or irritation occurs. If swallowed, do not induce vomiting. Call a physician immediately. In case of eye contact, rinse eyes with water for 15 minutes and seek medical attention. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.