- Label Info
- Net Weight:
- 1.5 oz
% Daily Value Serving Size 1/2 Cup (7 g) Servings Per Container About 8 Amount Per Serving Calories 20 Calories From Fat 5 Total Fat 0.5 g 1% Saturated Fat 0 g 0% Trans Fat 0 g Cholesterol 0 mg 0% Sodium 20 mg 1% Total Carbohydrate 4 g 1% Dietary Fiber 2 g 9% Sugars 1 g Protein 2 g 4% Vitamin A 20% Vitamin C 110% Calcium 4% Iron 4%
Allergens:Processed in a plant that handles milk, wheat, egg, soybean, peanut and tree nut products.
Directions: To rehydrate, add 1 cup boiling water to 1/2 cup of Broccoli. Cover, and let sit for 5-10 minutes. Drain excess water. Yields approximately 1/2 cup of Broccoli.
This is so good, I felt I really had to say something. I am off in the woods and away from the grid a lot but I really like to eat good food. Also, spoilage for the fresh fruits and veggies is always an issue in our house. So, I started buying this type of food (freeze dried) for regular household use. Everything we have tried has been great. Carrots, celery, etc. taste like fresh chopped when thrown in the crock pot with a roast. But tonight we tried the broccoli and I topped it with the cheese sauce blend. My husband, who is the big veggie eater in the house tried it out (I admit I tasted it before giving it to him) and he ate the whole plate he was "to sample"! It tastes like fresh steamed veggies with a good cheese sauce. The shelf life is obviously better than conventional foods, you don't have to worry about a lack of power to keep it fresh, and taste wise, it sure is better than frozen broccoli. Throw some of this in a ziplock bag, same for any other veggies and sauces we've tried, bring your Kelly Kettle, and eat REALLY REALLY good food out in the woods or at home. I love not roughing it when I'm supposed to be roughing it! But honestly, I don't think we'll ever buy any other kind of broccoli for household use.
Posted on 7/10/13 by SalWrite A Review