freeze dried peaches

Freeze Dried Peaches

Freeze Dried Peaches

You getting your prepping items together.  You’ve got your gear, you’ve started storing water and now you are stashing back some food to make it through the situations you are prepping for.  You’ve started with the basics like beans, rice, and maybe some vegetables.  Now imagine that is all that you have to eat and don’t have a way to get to the local grocery store.  Variety is going to help not only your diet but also your moral.  Try adding some freeze dried peaches and other freeze dried fruit to your storage.  This will offer a great treat with any meal, and will offer something sweet, and also something with some additional vitamins.

 

freeze dried peaches

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Freeze Dried Peaches Benefits:

  • Offer a wealth of nutrients and health benefits
  • Increase vitamin and mineral intake
  • Help boost immune system
  • Aid in healthy eyesight
  • Help with digestion
  • Rich in antioxidants

 

Freeze Dried Peaches uses:

  • Make a great snack by themselves
  • Can be rehydrated to add to pies, smoothies, and other deserts
  • Can be rehydrated to add to salads
  • Store for 25 years in proper conditions!

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What others are saying about these freeze dried peaches:

“Delicious!
These peaches are perfect for snacking. My son loves when I put them in his lunch to take to school.”
“Excellent product
Will buy again”
“preper
I am very pleased with the peaches. They rehydrate well and are delicous. They taste the same as canned peaches without the syrup. This will be an excellent addition to my long term preps.”
“Yummy!!!!!!!!!!
I own a Prepper store and opened up a can to let customers taste. Well, not too many got the chance because we couldn’t stop munching on them ourselves. Delicious!!!!”

freeze dried peaches

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You might also be interested in freeze dried strawberries and freeze dried raspberries.

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