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Dehydrated Veggies From Frozen?

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Both my dogs are healthy and fed a variety of Orajen. No food issues, but I do add frozen veggies to some of their meals, other times they get a sprinkling of the dehydrated carrots. I use turnip greens, spinach, Italian mix with carrots, Italian green beans, zucchini, lima beans& cauliflower, also California mix with broccoli, cauliflower, carrots and something else I don't remember. Also just lima beans, which Grace loves. As occasional snacks they get whole frozen Brussel sprouts. Summer and zucchini squash too.

 

If I do dehydrating I'd add sweet potatoes too.

 

Traveling throws a kink into the plan.

 

Can you use frozen veggies to dehydrate? While still frozen or should they be defrosted first? Then tossed into a food processor.


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Sorry Nancy, I think the frozen veggies would mold or get mushy if you tried to dehydrate them. You can get dehydrated veggies and re-hydrate them when you need them.

 

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Frozen veggies dehydrate nicely, no mold or mush.

Spread them out while frozen just like you would fresh veggies.

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You could take canned vegetable for travelling.



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