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  • CND Freeze Dried Products Simply Hot Veggin’ Freeze Dried Hot Veggies and Sprouts
  • CND Freeze Dried Products Simply Hot Veggin’ Freeze Dried Hot Veggies and Sprouts
  • CND Freeze Dried Products Simply Hot Veggin’ Freeze Dried Hot Veggies and Sprouts

Simply Hot Veggin’ Freeze Dried Hot Veggies and Sprouts

C$18.99
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Delicious freeze dried and wholesome mix of fresh sprouts and hot vegetables.
2.5 full cups of dried mix in a resealable 4.5 x 6.5 x 2.5” 850ml, BPA free, reusable container.

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SIMPLY HOT VEGGIN’
FREEZE DRIED HOT VEGGIES AND SPROUTS

Sprouts assorted

Zucchini
Acorn squash
Butter cup squash
Spaghetti squash
Spinach
Lettuce
Carrots
Red, green, orange, yellow and purple peppers

Arugula 

Celery

Bok Choy

Chili peppers

Jalapeño peppers

Kale
Sweet corn
Green beans
Broccoli
Cucumber
Sweet potatoes
Peas
Tiny baby corn rings
Cabbage purple/ green

Ingredients may vary due to seasonal availability.

You can serve our mixes dried if you would like less mess, no spoilage if you are away extended hours, or if your pets prefer the taste and crunch of dried foods better than fresh.
If you prefer, you can add a little water and toss to rehydrate to fresh chop in minutes!
Easy to always have ready made chop, knowing it is as good as your own, carefully chosen and freshly made.

Freeze drying maintains nearly all of the nutritional value of fresh food. Other methods of preservation, such as canning and dehydrating, use high temperatures that destroy much of the food value.
Refrigerated, frozen, and canned food just don’t last very long. Freeze dried food will last up to 25 years if properly stored in Mylar bags, while maintaining almost 100% of its nutrients, vitamins and taste.

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