- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description
Full of Flavor | Easy to Use | Long Lasting
• Freeze dried green beans are versatile and delicious
Enjoy the versatility and convenience of freeze dried green beans. Instead of fussing with washing, cutting and stringing fresh beans, you can get all the flavor and versatility of fresh beans in a can of our freeze dried green beans. They're great for soups, casseroles, stews, or just in your favorite side dishes. • Full of the goodness of fresh vegetables
Freeze dried right at the point of perfection, our freeze dried green beans have all the flavor of fresh green beans. Plus, they're loaded with the same nutrients. For a delicious freeze dried vegetable that your family is sure to love, pick up our green beans. Even kids love them! • So easy to use
Our freeze dried green beans are so easy to use. To enjoy our beans, all you need to do is soak them in hot water for 5 - 7 minutes. This refreshes and reconstitutes them, returning them to a plump, tasty state that's perfect for side dishes, soups, casseroles, roast dishes, stews and more. If you want to keep your emergency food storage stocked with versatile vegetables that your family will love, be sure to keep our freeze dried green beans on your shelves.
Our freeze dried green beans are a favorite because they taste great, last for decades, and retain many of the nutrients that fresh green beans do. Plus, they're incredibly easy to use. Just soak our beans for a few minutes and you'll have full-flavored, great-textured green beans ready for cooking.
Use in your family's favorite casseroles, stews and side dishes and everyone will think you picked them yourself!
Who knew beans that lasted 25 years could taste so good? If you're looking for long-lasting emergency food storage options, look no further than our freeze dried green beans. Versatile, tasty, and with a mega-long shelf life of 25 years, our green beans are a favorite with preppers, homesteaders, and smart moms everywhere. To use, just soak for a few minutes to refresh and reconstitute them back to their original flavor and texture. That's it!
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: FD1306G Net Weight: 2 oz (48 g) Total Servings: 12 Total Calories: 120 Shelf Life: 25+ Years Dimensions (LxWxH): 9" x 3" x 9" Allergen and Specialty: Low Sodium, Vegetarian Food Type: Vegetables Packaging: Pouch Preservation: Freeze-Dried Storage Requirements: Click to Read Storage Requirements
Shelf Life StatementTo achieve maximum shelf life, store in an environment with a temperature of 60F or lower and humidity of 10 percent or less. Shelf life statements are based on manufacturer claims, industry standards and relevant studies from reliable sources. The Ready Store disclaims any liability or warranty as actual shelf life results may vary depending on individual storage conditions.
Preparation Instructions: Mix 1/4 Cup of freeze dried green bean with 1/2 Cup of hot water. Stand for 5-10 minutes and drain off excess water. Array: EasyPrep Product Series: No Serving Size: 1/4 Cup dry (4 g)
- Nutrition & Ingredients
Nutrition & IngredientsINGREDIENTS: Green Bean.
Manufactured in a facility that processes tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk.
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