How to Use Dried Foods (PDF)

Dried vegetables and fruits provide convenient and delicious additions to family meals. They can be used alone, in combination with other foods, or served for an accent to add flavor. Most uses require that the food be rehydrated, usually referred to as refreshing.

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  • Information about using dried foods as well as the following recipes:
  • Campfire Corn Chowder
  • Creamed Corn
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  • Corn Fritters
  • Winter Corn Pudding
  • Vegetable Soup
  • Instant Soup Cup
  • Apple Pie
  • Beef Vegetable Soup
  • Green Bean Casserole

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Published by: University of Missouri-Columbia

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