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eagle93
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09/02/2012 08:47PM  
Found these at the Target in Onalaska, WI. About $3.50 a bag. Two hearty serving/bag.
 
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HammerII
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09/03/2012 02:30PM  
pretty cool, I'm going to have to check the local Target store and see if they have them
 
09/03/2012 04:42PM  
i noticed those when i was picking up freeze dried peaches.
 
eagle93
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09/03/2012 05:59PM  
I liked the cinnamon apple slices too.
 
SourisMan
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09/03/2012 08:04PM  
Interesting...how are they prepared?
 
Savage Voyageur
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09/03/2012 08:39PM  
Great I will look for these at Target for next years trips. Always need some veggies for the meals.
 
eagle93
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09/04/2012 04:40PM  
I just pour boiling water into a container with the veggies and let them sit for 10 minutes or so while preparing other parts of the meal.
 
09/04/2012 09:56PM  
I saw these, but decided that cost wise it was more effective to dehydrate my own. I buy a bag of frozen mixed veggies, peas, or any other kind of veggie I want to use and pour them onto the dehydrator tray. If the green beans are larger than the other pieces, use a scissors and cut them down to the same size. Start the dehydrator and 6-8 hours later you have veggies ready to go! I did 3 bags for our last trip and they were a hit with the entire crew.
 
eagle93
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09/05/2012 10:06PM  
I dehydrate veggies for larger groups, but for solos or two people these are great. Take a lot less time to prepare.
 
luft
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09/10/2012 10:21PM  
Thanks for the heads up about these. I picked up a box of smaller portions of both the corn and peas. We are going to add them to our meals on our trip later this month. Don't have the time or energy to dig out the dehydrator, so these will come in handy for this upcoming trip!
 
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