The last two years have been a parade of difficulties. In 2020, COVID lockdowns began a streak of panic buying that lasted for several months. Most notable was the much joked about rush on toilet paper. However, it certainly wasn’t the only thing that was hard to find. Grocery stores struggled to keep up with […]
Congratulations to Guy! He is the winner of a large Harvest Right freeze dryer! Want your chance to win? Enter our new giveaway here!
Congratulations to Bruce F.! He is the winner of a large Harvest Right freeze dryer! Want your chance to win? Enter our new giveaway here! 2nd place Winner: Carol D. from Tennessee won $1200 toward the purchase of a freeze dryer. 3rd place Winner: Keely M. from Missouri won $500 toward the purchase of a freeze dryer.
Congratulations to Cara S.! She is the winner of a small Harvest Right freeze dryer. “We are a growing family that enjoys hunting, fishing and serving the Lord. We have just begun to turn our 1.25 acre into a “hobby farm” where we can teach our children to live sustainably. We’re raising our first beef […]
Give your family a ‘sweet treat’ this summer! Freeze-dried candy is always a customer favorite and is by far one of the tastiest things your freeze dryer is capable of. Below is a list of some ideas to get you started! Skittles Skittles are a fun experiment to try with your freeze dryer. These small, […]
July 11th is National Blueberry Muffin Day. There’s nothing better than sinking your teeth into a homemade blueberry muffin on a summer day. Blueberries are a superfood of sorts – they are ranked number one in antioxidant health benefits and are packed with vitamins and nutrients. Blueberries are also known to reduce heart disease and cancer. Blueberries […]
Freeze drying does not happen unless there is a complete vacuum during the process. That is why all freeze dryers have to also have a vacuum pump. Harvest Right currently offers our standard oil pump along with two upgrade vacuum pump options. One of the most common question we are asked is “what’s the differences […]
According to the National Gardening Association, more than a third of U.S. households now grow some of their own food. While most people decide to garden as a hobby, the best part about this hobby is it can save you money. A well-maintained garden can yield about ½ pound of produce per square foot. That […]
When storing food long term, it is critical to not allow bacteria to destroy your food. Bacteria need moisture, oxygen, light, and warmth to grow. Freeze drying food is great at eliminating moisture, but it still needs to be stored properly to ensure long-term usage. Mylar bags are great at not allowing in light or […]
Native Americans ate the animals that they could hunt and kill. The first Europeans in the New World used muskets to provide food for themselves. The meal at the very first Thanksgiving between pilgrims and Native Americans included venison. As far back as you can go, Americans have been eating venison, but why? To many […]