Emergency Essentials® Dehydrated Chopped Onions Large Can
Perfect the flavor of your favorite meals with ease by using Emergency Essentials Dehydrated Chopped Onions. These onions are chopped, dried and ready to be used in any recipe in place of fresh chopped onions.
Simply add these onions directly to sauces, soups, or sautee with your meat, vegetable, or stir-fry dishes. Simply add it and allow the moisture from your food or cooking base re-hydrate these flavorful onions. You will love the convenience of having onions that are already chopped and ready to use now or in an emergency. Ideal for an emergency because of their long-term storage and ease of preparation, but convenient for every day use. The dehydration process works well with onions securing in their robust flavor and versatility of use.
Each can contains approximately 243 2-tsp servings. The only ingredient is low moisture chopped onions. No additives or preservatives.
Can store 25 years or more, if kept cool and dry.
Product specifications listed above may differ slightly from those on actual product label due to occasional changes in raw ingredient suppliers. Please refer to printed product label for final specifications.
The quality and taste of most products will last up to 20 or 30 years, however, shelf life varies based on storage conditions and ingredients. Products such as eggs, banana chips, creamy soups, and bread mixes have a higher fat content which limits shelf life to 5 or 10 years. For best results store in a cool and dry place at temperatures between 55°F and 70°F. Extreme temperatures will deteriorate quality and shelf life.
|Shelf Life & Servings|
|Approx. Weight||1 lb 14 oz (0.85 kg)|
|Shelf Life||Up to 25 years*|
|Container Type||Large Can (#10)|
|Contents||Emergency Essentials® Dehydrated Chopped Onions Large Can|
|Quantity of Cans||1+|
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