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freeze-dried in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfreeze-driedˌfreeze-ˈdried / $ ˈ../ adjective  DFfreeze-dried food has been frozen and dried very quickly in order to preserve it
Examples from the Corpus
freeze-driedAs soon as your example is settled and feeding upon these live foods, it should be encouraged on to freeze-dried and frozen foods.The coffee smelt and tasted rich, quite unlike the freeze-dried brand she used at home.Instead of tucking into turkey and all the trimmings, they ate freeze-dried chilli - washed down with whisky and port.I would extend their range of goods to include freeze-dried Daphnia, Bloodworms, Tubifex, etc.However, after a few days they can normally be enticed to eat again, with either freeze-dried or live foods.And in the rocks, somewhere on Mars, is probably written the history of the cold, freeze-dried planet.Workers feed them daily a mix of flakes, worms, grasshoppers and freeze-dried shrimp.We would have to make ourselves innocuous and present to the outside world a mild, freeze-dried version of history.