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Enter to Win a Small Freeze Dryer Download Free Guide to Freeze Drying Call Us Today! 1-800-700-5508

Celebrate National Meatball Day the Healthy Way

Well what do you know? National Meatball Day falls right in the middle of National Nutrition Month. And who doesn't love meatballs? Meatballs done the old school way can be full of fat, salt and sugar. However, meatballs done right are high in protein, full of flavor, and can be part of a healthy diet.

By | March 17th, 2017|0 Comments

5 Tips for Celebrating National Nutrition Month

March is National Nutrition Month, and it's right on time. Every January most of us make a resolution to eat healthier, and we even do better for awhile. However, study after study shows that dieting doesn't work for most people. In fact, dieting can slow the metabolism, increase stress, and lead to more weight gain.

By | March 7th, 2017|0 Comments

Going Big: Five Reasons to Own a Large Home Freeze Dryer

For many families, Harvest Right's standard or small freeze dryer is just the right size for their needs. However, our large freeze dryer is a perfect fit for these common situations: Preserving food for big families Preserving the harvest from expansive gardens Implementing a comprehensive long-term food security plan Sharing food with others in need

By | February 13th, 2017|0 Comments

Building a Nutritional Safety Net

For the last few years there have been regular events and news headlines that cause us to wonder if life as we know it is all that stable. We watched as the seemingly impossible unfolded on 9/11, then again with Hurricane Katrina and again with Hurricane Sandy. These are examples of how, in very short

By | January 31st, 2017|0 Comments

Rehydrating Freeze Dried Fruits and Vegetables

This time of year many of us reevaluate our eating habits and make renewed resolutions to health and weight loss goals. Incorporating freeze dried fruits and vegetables into your plan can help you achieve those goals by reducing the time and money it takes to eat a healthy diet. Plus, as the winter months stretch

By | January 2nd, 2017|0 Comments

Is a Smaller Home Freeze Dryer for You?

Did you know Harvest Right offers three sizes of freeze dryers? Our smallest version is a compact 16.5" wide, 25" tall and 18.5" deep. Freeze drying technology is superior in every way to other methods of food preservation, but until recently freeze dryers were enormous, expensive machines that were only built for commercial purposes. Harvest

By | December 2nd, 2016|0 Comments

Saving Your Leftover Thanksgiving Pies

Did you, like many of us, make or buy too many pies for Thanksgiving? Have you eaten and sampled and re-eaten until you don’t want to eat that pie again for another year? Well, before you toss them out, how about freeze drying some of those leftover desserts? We simply took the extra pies: razzleberry,

By | November 28th, 2016|3 Comments

Saving Thanksgiving Dinner

This week is Thanksgiving and it seems almost everyone will be making so many of the delicious foods they love to eat. But, sometimes there's so much food leftover from Thanksgiving dinner that it would require the local National Guard to polish it off. However, if you have a freeze dryer, you can save all

By | November 21st, 2016|4 Comments

Freeze Drying and Re-hydrating Crunchy Vegetables

It's the end of the final harvest time for many gardeners around the country. Cooling temperatures and more rain give vegetable plants a boost, so you're likely to end up with more than you can handle. Traditionally, gardeners would either can or freeze their surplus for use in winter. However, those two methods tend to do

By | October 25th, 2016|2 Comments

Severe Food Allergies? You Need a Home Freeze Dryer.

Recently one of the Harvest Right team was traveling in Europe and overheard a woman in a restaurant attempting to explain to a waiter, in broken Italian, that she had broad and severe food allergies. She couldn't have fat, dairy, gluten, eggs, beans, corn, and a whole other list of foods. It was a difficult

By | September 28th, 2016|0 Comments