Share this Product
Future Essentials Freeze Dried Spinach (Case of 12 cans)
100% US-made, canned under Future Essentials label - not available in any retail store in the U.S.A.
#2.5 Can / 2 oz per can
Future Essential's Freeze Dried Spinach is produced when moisture is removed from the fresh spinach using a very low temperature and a vacuum. Only about 3% moisture remains in the freeze dried spinach at the time of packaging. The end product weight is reduced by over 90%, while the volume stays the same. This remarkable process concentrates the fresh spinach taste, natural color, and texture of fresh spinach in its freeze dried state. When re-hydrated with water, freeze dried spinach will maintain the texture and shape of fresh spinach, with no shrinking or shriveling.
Our Future Essentials freeze dried spinach is an amazing addition to your food storage. Spinach has numerous vitamins and nutrients that will benefit you well in a time of need. Some heavy weighted vitamins in spinach are Vitamin K, Vitamin A, Iron, Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium, Vitamin C, and Fiber among many other nutrients! The taste is fresh and vibrant just like its color. Some great dishes to include it in would be salads, pasta, used as a side dish, dips, soups, and sandwiches. It also can be a great snack as well in the freeze dried condition making it not only a healthy snack but also light weight for people with active lifestyles.
Freeze Dried and Dehydrated products are less expensive than wet pack food because you are not paying for all the water. The taste is great, the nutritional food value is excellent. Freeze drying provides natural and additive free fruits and vegetables to be stored effectively for long periods of time. No additives or preservatives have been added to this product.
Shelf Life: Freeze Dried Spinach may be stored in the sealed #2.5 can for 25+ years under ideal storage conditions (a cool, dry place).
Preparation: Use alone as a dry snack or add to dips, pasta, casseroles, and other dishes. To rehydrate: soak for 5-10 minutes in a generous amount of warm water, then drain.