Celebrate National Eat Outside Day With a Veggie Burger

Harmony House Black BeansGrab your picnic basket and blanket; it is time to celebrate National Eat Outside Day! For this year’s National Eat Outside Day menu, we’re making delicious homemade veggie burgers.
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Freeze Dried vs. Dehydrated Foods

Freeze dried and dehydrated foods have a lot in common. Though these preservations methods go about it in a different way, the goal in both cases is to get the water out.
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Why GMO-Free Corn is Difficult to Find

Freeze Dried CornMany Americans today have concerns about the safety of GMO corn. Why, then, is it so hard to find GMO-free corn? And why do we choose to offer only non-GMO dehydrated corn?
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5 Must-Have Dried Foods for your RV Pantry

RV FoodDried foods make a fantastic choice for RV living because, not only do they take up less space, but they are quick and easy to prepare.
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Dried Cabbage for GI Ulcers in Horses

Dehydrated CabbageFor many years now, horse owners have been huge fans of our high quality dehydrated cabbage. We have talked to our customers about the reasons why dried cabbage is so popular with our four-legged friends and their owners. What we’ve learned is that adding dried cabbage to a horse’s feed may be part of the solution to preventing stomach ulcers.
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Do Dehydrated Vegetables Lose Nutritional Value?

Vegetable Pantry StufferPeople always ask if dehydrated veggies lose their nutritional value, and the answer might surprise you. Did you know that pound for pound, dehydrated vegetables have almost the identical nutritional content as fresh?
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Vegetarian Backpacking Options

Harmony House Backpacking KitA few additions to your food bag can make vegetarian backpacking meals more delicious and nutritious. Here are some vegetarian food options for hikers that will add variety to your trail diet as well as protein, vitamins, fiber and minerals—without adding a lot of weight to your pack.
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