Why Dehydrated Vegetable Keeps Better

The dehydrated vegetable is a great way to keep your produce fresh for a longer period of time.

The dehydration process removes the water from the vegetable, which kills any bacteria or fungus that may be present, allowing you to keep your fresh food longer.

If you're the type that pulls a lot of their hydration from food, however, be prepared to start drinking a lot more water if you switch over to dehydrated goods.

They also retain more of their nutrients than canned and frozen variants.

The downside is that a dehydrated vegetable takes more time to prepare, you have to rehydrate a dehydrated vegetable before it is edible.

All you need to do is add hot water to rehydrate them! Peppers for example are great to add to soups, stews, pasta, or easy camping meals.

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