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Freeze Dried Organic Strawberries – 1 lb

Freeze Dried Organic Strawberries – 1 lb

  • Try as a snack right out of the bag; or add to cereals, smoothies, and desserts.
  • Excellent source of fiber and vitamin C.
  • No infused sugar or sulfites; GMO and gluten free.
  • Best if used within 24 months, but will keep longer if stored properly.

Freeze dried organic strawberries, 100 percent natural, sliced pieces. Check out our huge selection of retail and bulk packages for these freeze dried strawberries, sizes include: 1.2oz, 2.5oz, 1lb, 8lbs and 15lbs. Yield is about 1oz equals 1.7 cup dry with very low moisture content. Bagged selections are in high quality resealable foil bags with moisture absorbent packs; bulk box orders use sealed plastic bag inside sturdy cardboard box. North Bay Trading carries a full selection of soups, wild rice, air dried vegetables, freeze dried fruits and freeze dried vegetables.

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9 Comments/Reviews

  • Ginette Vankomen says:

    In past versions of Excel there was an option where I could click on “window” and then “freeze pane” and that would freeze the pane.

    In Windows 7, I don’t see any option to freeze the panes.
    I might be confused, second answerer, this Windows 7 edition is used at my job, I don’t own the copy.

  • Danny Moore says:

    Say I buy some fresh strawberries at the supermarket, then rinse them in water, cut off the stems, dry and vacuum seal them in a bag, and freeze them…how long will they be good for? I’m just gonna be using them for smoothies so they won’t need to thaw or anything.

    How do the frozen ones at the market stay good for like 6-12 months?

  • BoLiVaR says:

    Is there a way to freeze dry strawberries at home?

  • Word of Mouth Local says:

    Are there any nutritional differences or chemical additives I need to know about?

  • adtsoft says:

    My daughter loves freeze dried mangoes and strawberries, but I wonder if they have any redeeming value other than taste.

  • alyssa leonard says:

    I know this sounds odd, but I find myself with somethings of an addiction to freeze-dried corn. It’s really good! But the thing is my local grocery store only has the baby version, which is the same thing but overpriced ($4 for a 3.5 oz bag!) So I went to Whole foods, which has a 5 oz bag, but for $5. Is there ANYWHERE I can get it for a cheap? Online, whatever. I really like it, but I can’t bring myself to overpay for dried corn like that. Also, and links for dried strawberries too would be great.

    Thanks!

  • BooksForU says:

    I live in Zone 7, and this is my first time trying to grow strawberries. I’ve had a few so far, and they are tiny, about the size of a dime. They are fully formed, perfect little miniature strawberries. They’re pretty tart too. I’ve let them ripen on the plant. I tried Miracle Grow. Is there a certain ph the soil should be? Is there any way to grow good, larger strawberries? Is my zone just not a strawberry zone?

  • Anonymous says:

    What is certified organic or organic certification??

  • prepper anon says:
    3 stars

    personally, I dehydrate my own strawberries, apple slices, banana slices, etc….they will keep for a very long time if they are kept in an air tight container..I also use the oxygen absorbers in them. I’ve had some that I dehydrated 3 years ago that I used last night and they are still good. Veggies are also great dehydrated.

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