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Home freeze drying introduction

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Remarkable comparison of home freeze-dried slices of roast beef vs. bits of freeze-dried beef that’s been processed and packaged by other companies.

Apples freeze dried in a Harvest Right Freeze Dryer retain their shape and color vs. store-bought freeze dried apples that are stuck together in clumps.

Amazing comparison of bananas that look like freshly sliced bananas vs. store-bought, yellowed bananas.

Raspberries retain their beautifully large size when home freeze dried while store-bought raspberries are small and low quality.

Our home freeze-drying process allows foods, such as pineapple, to keep its shape and nutritional content for up to 25 years.

Home freeze-dried strawberries will not shrink and retain their flavor and color, while store-bought strawberries are small and shriveled.

Home freeze-dried cheese can be used in recipes the same as if it were fresh vs. unhealthy cheese powder packaged by another company.

Blog Highlights

Freeze Drying Eggs & Dairy

It’s true! You can easily freeze dry eggs to save money on rising egg prices. You can even freeze dry them raw to use later as cooking ingredients. When stored properly, they have a shelf life of 15 years.

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Preserve Your Garden Harvest

Every year we plant a garden and every year we produce much more than we can eat or preserve. We gave so much away. Our freeze dryer now makes it possible to eat our own fresh produce in the middle of the winter!

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Spy the Avocados

You can freeze dry avocados!  They’re just as perfect as when they were fresh. This is a game changer, considering how quickly avocados ripen and spoil! And, rehydrated they make the perfect guacamole.

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97%
Of Nutrients are Retained

Preserves Taste, Color and Nutritional Value

  • Freeze drying causes no damage to the nutrition of the food.
  • Canning and dehydrating can destroy more than half the food value.
  • Freeze drying does not shrink or toughen the food.
  • Food retains its aroma, flavor, color, and shape.
  • Without water and oxygen to spoil the food, it can last up to 25 years.
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Perfect for home storage

Refrigerated food, frozen food, and canned food just don’t last very long. However, freeze dried foods will last up to 25 years. It does not need to be rotated as do other foods. Because of this it is perfect for home storage.

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Dehydrated Food up to 4 years

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Canned Food up to 3 years

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Frozen Food up to 2 years

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OUR HAPPY CUSTOMERS

I have purchased your unit and I have to say it works perfectly. I used it over this past weekend to freeze dry some pork chops, bananas, apples, and some left over mac and cheese. I freeze dried both cooked and raw pork chops; the cooked pork chops tasted great cold without reconstituting them, the raw pork chops reconstituted beautifully and fried up great. I could not tell them from fresh pork chops. Now I can put away exactly the foods I want. Thanks for a great product that works just as advertised!
Dan, Georgia
After years of wanting a freeze dryer and not finding one adequate or affordable for home use, I was delighted to find Harvest Right! This unit is heavy duty construction, reliable and user friendly. We have enjoyed freeze drying fruits and vegetables in season, meats, leftovers and dessert items…the only limit is your imagination. Harvest Right’s customer service is knowledgeable, friendly and trustworthy. I highly recommend this company and their freeze drier to everyone interested in storage foods.
Gary, Virginia
We have freeze dried a variety of foods including several types of ice cream, raspberries, homemade cranberry relish, meatballs, chicken curry, sesame chicken, turkey, stuffing, minced pie, pumpkin pie and butternut squash. It is wonderful to be able to dry food that we have prepared. Drying the food ourselves is significantly less expensive than what we would have to pay to buy such food elsewhere. Additionally, we are in control of the ingredients and are able to prepare long-term food storage that meets our needs.
Michelle & Tyler, Utah
We received our freeze dryer…and put it to work immediately. We have found that by just letting the machine run automatically everything works fine. We are so pleased with how all of the foods come out. Thus far we have freeze dried roast beef, chicken, peas, carrots, green beans, lima beans, potatoes, strawberries, bananas, cauliflower; and we even preserved a roasted vegetable medley mix—all with great results. We have since eaten some of the food that we freeze dried and we enjoyed it very much. Everything tasted as if we had just harvested it and prepared it.
Ross and Elsie, Florida
We bought our freeze dryer six months ago and it has run pretty much daily since then. We are so impressed with the things we have been able to freeze dry and the taste. This is the best thing we have purchased in a LONG time and we can’t wait for summer to freeze dry fruits and veggies from our own garden. I can’t recommend your freeze dryer enough! We have told everyone we know about it.
Dawna, Utah
I have been looking for a freeze dryer for 10 years now. Thank you for all the time and energy you have invested in making these available for home use. I am very excited about using this as another way to preserve food as I feel an urgency to prepare for times when food might not be as plentiful.
Kristen, Idaho

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Home freeze drying introduction

Watch an overview of freeze drying and the innovative smart technology that Harvest Right™ provides for you.

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compare freeze dried food

Remarkable comparison of home freeze-dried slices of roast beef vs. bits of freeze-dried beef that’s been processed and packaged by other companies.

Apples freeze dried in a Harvest Right Freeze Dryer retain their shape and color vs. store-bought freeze dried apples that are stuck together in clumps.

Amazing comparison of bananas that look like freshly sliced bananas vs. store-bought, yellowed bananas.

Raspberries retain their beautifully large size when home freeze dried while store-bought raspberries are small and low quality.

Our home freeze-drying process allows foods, such as pineapple, to keep its shape and nutritional content for up to 25 years.

Home freeze-dried strawberries will not shrink and retain their flavor and color, while store-bought strawberries are small and shriveled.

Home freeze-dried cheese can be used in recipes the same as if it were fresh vs. unhealthy cheese powder packaged by another company.

97%
Of Nutrients are Retained

Preserves Taste, Color and Nutritional Value

  • Freeze drying causes no damage to the nutrition of the food.
  • Canning and dehydrating can destroy more than half the food value.
  • Freeze drying does not shrink or toughen the food.
  • Food retains its aroma, flavor, color, and shape.
  • Without water and oxygen to spoil the food, it can last up to 25 years.

Perfect for home storage

Refrigerated food, frozen food, and canned food just don’t last very long. However, freeze dried foods will last up to 25 years. It does not need to be rotated as do other foods. Because of this it is perfect for home storage.

FREEZE DRIED FOOD up to 25 years

100

Dehydrated Food up to 4 years

. 16.

Canned Food up to 3 years

12.

Frozen Food up to 2 years

8.

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Preserve Your Garden Harvest

Every year we plant a garden and every year we produce much more than we can eat or preserve. We gave so much away. Our freeze dryer now makes it possible to eat our own fresh produce in the middle of the winter! Read More