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This 150 serving of freeze dried fruits, emergency food storage container has 6 different fruits that are perfect for long-term storage, to add to regular meals or to throw in your backpack as a snack. This can be your stand-alone food storage solution! Our goal is to make food storage easy, so every home can be prepared for a disaster or even a spontaneous weekend camping trip! Lindon Farms 150 Servings Freeze Dried Fruits Highest quality, most affordable food storage on the market today Easy to open mylarfoil pouches Oxygen absorber in every pouch Easily Transportable Shelf Life - Up to 25 years - if stored in a dry, cool environment No High Fructose Corn-Syrup No added MSG Lindon Farms 150 Serving Freeze Dried Fruits Contains the Following: 150 Servings in a 4lb. resealable pail 6 different fruits to choose from On Average $1.00 per Serving! Sliced Strawberries 28 Servings Sliced Bananas 20 Servings Sliced Peaches 26 Servings Diced Apples 26 Servings Whole Raspberries 28 Servings Whole Blueberries 22 Servings Freeze drying is the process of freezing water out of a food product then rapidly turning it into a gas, omitting the liquid stage. Most fruit and vegetables are made out of 80% water, making freeze drying an ultimate light weight option. When freeze drying process is completed, the water, is effectively removed thus making the product drastically lighter but maintaining most of its original shape, color, flavor, nutrients, and maximizing shelf life. Freeze Dried products have a quick re-hydration times normally only about five minutes.

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SeaPoint Farms - Edamame Crunchy Coated Premium Black - 3.5 oz. (99g) SeaPoint Farms Edamame Crunchy Coated Premium Black is a unique variety of edamame that is prized in Japan for its distinctive sweet flavor. They've taken these delicious black soybeans and coated them with crunchy goodness. SeaPoint Farms Edamame Crunchy Coated Premium Black is a good source of protein and fiber, cholesterol free & gluten free. Enjoy them straight from the bag or add to your favorite trailmix. it also makes a great salad topper. Good source of protein and fiber Cholesterol free Gluten free 0g trans fat FAQ What is Edamame and how is it different than other soybeans? Edamame is a specialty soybean harvested as a green vegetable when the seeds are immature and have expanded to fill 80 to 90 percent of the pod width. Like field-dried soybeans, the seeds of Edamame varieties are rich in protein and highly nutritious. Worldwide, it had only been considered a minor crop or used as a cover-crop, but was quite popular in East Asia as a snack food. In recent years it has become very popular as a vegetable used in many recipes including soups, stir-fry's, casseroles and salads. As a snack, the pods are cooked in lightly salted boiling water and then only the beans are eaten by pushing them directly from the pods into your mouth. Seapoint Farms Edamame are sold in the pods, shelled beans or in a variety of veggie blends and dry roasted varieties. They are available in most Supermarkets, Club Stores and Natural Food stores nationwide. Do you offer Vegan products? All of their products are Vegan; they use no animal products or bi-products of any kind. Where can I find their Edamame products? Their products can be found in the freezer section and grocery departments of many supermarkets, natural food stores and club stores throughout North America.

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Roy Clark Band: Roy Clark (fiddle, guitar), Vernon Sandusky, James Henley (guitars), Shelby Eicher, Wayne Massengale (fiddles), Jimmy Henley (banjo, mandolin, fiddle), Charlie Davis (steel guitar), Bobby Charles (piano), Rodney Lay (bass), Marty Long (drums).Additional personnel: School For Creative And Performing Arts Children's Choir, Tom Wopat (vocals), Timothy Berens (guitar), Peter "Madcat" Ruth (harmonica), Bobby Toots (whistle), Jerry Helt (square dance caller), Don Farrell, Timothy Breithaupt (background vocals).Recorded at Music Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio on June 3, 1991.Personnel: Roy Clark (vocals, guitar, fiddle); Tom Wopat (vocals); Bobby Toots (whistling); Vernon Sandusky, Tim Berens (guitar); Charles Davis (steel guitar); James Henley, Jimmy Henley (banjo, mandolin, fiddle); Paul Patterson (banjo); Phillip Ruder, Wayne Massengale, Shelby Eicher (fiddle); Peter "Madcat" Ruth (harmonica); Bobby Charles (piano); Rodney Lay (bass guitar); Michael Bishop (sound effects); Timothy Breithaupt (background vocals).Liner Note Author: Robert Derwae. Recording information: Music Hall, Cincinnati, OH (06/03/1991).Directors: Deborah Berry-Centers; Tom Montgomery. Editor: Thomas Knab. Illustrator: Aleta Jenks. Unknown Contributor Roles: School for Creative & Performing Arts Children's Chorus; Jerry Helt. Arrangers: Eric Knight; Crafton Beck; Mark McGurty; Chris Brubeck; Carmen Dragon; Richard Hayman; Paul Patterson; Bruce Healey. Ever hear a square-dance caller doing his thing with a symphony orchestra? You will here, along with a bewildering variety of what is euphemistically called American folk music, gussied up for Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops. Folk music there is - however lushly orchestrated - but there is also mid-20th century country music, bluegrass, fiddle tunes, Stephen Foster, and what passes for true modern folk music, a medley of tunes from television's golden age of rural programming. Sometimes it gets awfully corny - the low point being a children's chorus doing "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" at great

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