Melissa and Chris Nehring invested in a freeze dry machine so they could pack their own treats for their kids while hiking.
They've turned it into a successful business, freeze drying everything from candy to fruits and veggies.
They explained the food or candy are first frozen in a pressurized chamber to approximately -40 degrees and then gradually they rise to a temperature of 145 degrees.
That process makes them have unique textures and the flavor is more powerful because it is not diluted with its natural water.
They have a Sherpa Fuel which is freeze dried corn, bell peppers and onions and Melissa says she uses them to make things like omelets, scrambled eggs and quiche.
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