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So I got one of these things. Anyone else do this or have experience ? Looking for ideas.
>Camping
>Prepping
>Selling Candy on Facebook

>> No.17873383
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First run is almost ready.
Skittles, Ice cream sandwiches and some other stuff.

>> No.17873384

why do you buy things if you have no purpose for them?

>> No.17873387

>>17873384
I didn't buy it.

>> No.17873390

>>17873387
did you steal it?

>> No.17873402

>>17873380
I hear broth and sauces is a good one.

Soup.

Berries

Try a whole hamburger for science

Watermelon chips might be cool.

Make superb mashed potatoes and see if your powdered mash is superior.

I'd love one of those, but they're quite expensive and take a lot of room. Worthwhile investment if you grow your own food.

>> No.17873652

>>17873390
no I got it

>> No.17873658

Thought about getting one but theyre 3k and a hundred pounds.

>> No.17875165

>>17873652
so you stole it. Got it, jamal.

>> No.17875170

>>17873383
post results

>> No.17875378

>>17875165
The name is Marcus, I didn't steal it.

>> No.17876145

>>17873383
Howd they come out, you smoking hot piece of donkey ass?

>> No.17876152

>>17873383
freeze dried skittles…. that will improve their already 100 year shelf life.

>> No.17876264

>>17876152
It's a foodhack for insane people to spend $3000 to change their candies from chewy to crunchy

>> No.17876687

>>17873380

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9183p7iJ5E0

>> No.17876691

>>17873383
Are those the Skittles on the bottom? Why do they look like that?

>> No.17876696

>>17873652
Dude, did you win the harvest right freeze dryer giveaway? You're mad lucky if so, I entered it too.

Use it for preserving rare mushrooms that you found outside. That's what I was planning to do with it.

>> No.17877483

>>17873380
Shit dude, jealous as fuck. Wish they sold these outside of America :(

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>>17876687

>> No.17879027

>>17876691
Freeze drying is done in a vacuum so the air inside the candy shell breaks out.

>> No.17879036

>>17875378
DaMarcus.

>> No.17879064

>>17873383
Good thread.
Keep us posted.

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>>17873380
Freeze dry cum and post results

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Gummy bears and skittles. They're tasty but I'm not much of a candy person. Put a bunch of fruit in the freezer right now getting ready to try those.

>> No.17879301

>>17879277
Those look fun to eat.

Can you do a whole chicken wing or leg, please?

>> No.17879316

>>17879277
Those poor fucking gummy nears resemble colorful burn victims

>> No.17879397

>>17879277
What's the difference in taste before and after?

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>>17879301
Yeah, I'll try that. I'm gonna start running real food this week.
>>17879397
With the candy I'd say the taste is enhanced. My guess is what when all the water is removed the taste is less diluted.

>> No.17879594

Blueberries and mango taste better than other freeze dried fruits I've had. Are you doing this for hiking or prepping?

>> No.17879896

How big is that thing? Washing machine size?

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Dunno about freeze drying but do these freeze OK or do you have to treat them special?

>> No.17881470

>>17881412
Cram for minimum 6 hours before freezing. Usually 8-12 provides better results.

>> No.17881711

>>17881470
>how to treat (yourself) special
the recipie

>> No.17883023

>>17879594
Both. Just going to make a load of "MREs" and take em when I go hiking.
>>17879896
Smaller. Like a big minifridge.

>> No.17883036

cool, i'd love something like that
know how much it's worth?
can you take all the shelving out and dry like a small animal or something in there?
are the centrifuge guy?

>> No.17883047

>>17881412
they'll freeze fine, but if you're worried and want to be extra careful you can probably fit a handful of them in a large ziploc freezer bag.

>> No.17883577

>>17873658
You can just say it costs 3.1k pounds you silly britbong.

>> No.17884172

>>17873380
Do some cake and cookies

>> No.17884790

can i freeze dry water so i can drink it later?

>> No.17884953

>>17884790
No, but you can boil it to concentrate the water, so you only need to have one drop to be completely hydrated.

>> No.17885060

>>17873380
I like freeze dried berries in cereal, way better than fresh or dried and they are fairly expensive.

I've always wanted to try freeze drying really good ice cream because I'm guessing the stuff you buy pre-dried is the cheapest they can find.

I know you can freeze dry high quality coffee to make better instant coffee but that seems like too much work.

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