Augason Farms Dehydrated Chopped Onions 1 lb 7 oz No. 10 Can
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- 217 Servings
- 2,170 Calories
- Certified Gluten-Free & All Natural
- Perfect for Food Storage, Emergencies, Survival, Camping, and Everyday Use!
- Up to a 25 Year Shelf Life!
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Product Details: Dehydrated Chopped Onions No. 10 Can
Dehydrated Chopped Onions
Dehydrated Chopped Onions are an affordable way to have a bulk supply of chopped onions, ready for use when you need them. No preparation is required which means no tears are shed! They add full-bodied flavor to any recipe that calls for onions such as Mexican rice, vegan entrees, soups and casseroles. Unopened shelf life up to 25 years, recipes on can label.
Benefits of Shelf Stable Vegetables
Freeze dried and dehydrated vegetables are so easy to use. They’re pre-washed, peeled, sliced and diced, making meal prep a breeze. Serve as a warm side dish or use in your favorite recipes such as stir fry, stew, casseroles and more. What’s more, freeze dried vegetables like peas and corn make tasty and nutritious snacks right out of the can.
Ideal for Camping
Take along a can of prewashed, peeled and chopped onions and you’ll have tear-free and hassle-free onions ready to go for breakfast, lunch and dinner. They’re great in omelets, hamburger patties, Dutch oven potatoes and, don’t forget, on hot dogs.
Product Details: Dehydrated Chopped Onions No. 10 Can
Durability of No. 10 Cans
Large, No. 10 cans are an incredibly effective container for storing shelf stable food. Not only are they made from high-grade steel, but they are also airtight and made to survive just about any kind of emergency or disaster. They are pest proof and will keep their contents safe from the elements and any kind of exterior contamination. And, unopened cans will even float.
Certified Gluten Free
Product packaged at a certified gluten-free plant (to 10 ppm gluten or less) in accordance with the standards set by the GFCO (Gluten-Free Certification Organization). GFCO Certificate ID is 67825, dated December 31, 2017, and signed by Channon Quinn, Director of Industry Programs. Plant is owned and operated by Blue Chip Group. Augason Farms is a registered trademark of Blue Chip Group.
Empty Cans Come in Handy
Steel cans are very useful once they’ve been emptied of their contents. The high-grade steel used for Augason Farms cans ensures they can be multi-purposed for emergency uses like growing herbs, reserving drinking water, storing prepared foods and leftovers, and protecting currency, important documents, and medications.
|Emergency Food Pails||Bulk Food Pails||Industrial Size Cans (No. 10)||Industrial Size Can Kits||Emergency Food Pail Kits||Water Storage Kits|
|Overview||Complete meal solutions in individual pouches within pail||Single ingredients in bulk pails (capacity ranges from 2 to 7 gallon based on selection)||Single ingredients, soups & entrees in large, No. 10 cans||Single ingredients, soups & entrees in multiple large cans||Complete meal solutions in individual pouches within multiple pails||Complete solution to Water Filtration and Storage|
|Emergency Uses||Primary: Grab-&-Go (evacuation) Secondary: Shelter in Place||Primary: Shelter in Place (family) Secondary: Shelter in Place (group)||Primary: Shelter in Place (family or group) Secondary: Budget Extension (job loss, financial crisis)||Primary: Shelter in Place (family or group) Secondary: Budget Extension (job loss, financial crisis)||Primary: Grab-&-Go (evacuation) Secondary: Shelter in Place (group)||Primary: Drinking Water & Food Prep Secondary: Hygiene|
|Other Uses||Camping, office, dorm rooms, RV's, boats, cabins||Church events, large-group meal prep, restaurant food prep, camping, cost savings||Everyday meal prep, snacks, camping, restaurant food prep, camping, cost savings||Multi-family, neighborhood and church-group emergency prep, large-group meal prep, long term meal substitution, cost savings||Multi-family, neighborhood and church-group emergency prep||Pets and livestock, multi-family, neighborhood and church-group emergency prep, second homes, cabins|
|Duration (1 Person)||Up To 30 Days||6 - 12 Months (based on selection)||2 - 4 Weeks (based on selection)||Up To 4 Years (based on selection)||Up To 12 Months (based on selection)||Up To 30 Days (based on one barrel at 1.6 gallons of water used per day)|
|# Components||1 Pail (includes 8 to 12 pouches based on selection)||1 Pail||1 Can||100 - 300 Cans (based on selection)||3 - 12 Pails (based on selection)||1 barrel and 4 pump/filtration (based on selection)|
|Meal Varieties Included||8 - 12 Varieties (based on selection)||1 Variety||1 Variety||40 - 60 Varieties per kit (based on selection)||11 - 16 Varieties per pail (based on selection)|
|Container Type||Pail With Handle & Individual Meal Pouches (stackable, watertight, airtight, pest proof and heavy duty)||Pail With Handle (stackable, watertight, airtight, pest proof and heavy duty)||Large Can With Lid (stackable, watertight, airtight, rust proof and pest proof)||Multiple Large Cans With Lids (stackable, watertight, airtight, rust proof and pest proof)||Multiple Pails With Handles & Individual Meal Pouches (stackable, watertight, airtight, pest proof and heavy duty)||Water Barrel made of food-grade polyethylene (does not include BPA)|
|Storage Space Needed||Minimum (small home, townhome, apartment or office with limited space in closet, spare bedroom, garage or basement)||Moderate (small to mid-size home with ample space in pantry, closet, garage or basement)||Minimum (various-size home, townhome or apartment with ample space in pantry, closet, garage or basement)||Maximum (mid to large-size home with substantial space in storage room, garage, basement or bunker)||Maximum (mid to large-size home with substantial space in storage room, garage, basement or bunker)||Moderate (requires storage space approx. two feet wide by 3 feet high per barrel)|
|Shelf Life||Up to 25 years (majority of meal pouches up to 25 years; bananas up to 10 years)||Up to 30 years (majority of bulk pails up to 30 years; some products such as eggs, bananas, and pancake mix up to 10 years)||Up to 30 years (majority of cans up to 30 years; some products such as eggs, creamy soups and bread mixes up to 10 years)||Up to 30 years (majority of cans up to 30 years; some product such as eggs, creamy soups and some bakery mixes up to 10 years)||Up to 25 years (majority of meal pouches up to 25 years; bananas up to 10 years)||Up to 3 years (based on water source and storage conditions)|
Long Term Food Storage
You don’t need an underground bunker to be prepared for the next disaster. An adequate emergency food supply can be assembled and stored just about anywhere, including mobile homes, apartments, condos and motor homes, providing everyone with the ability to shelter in place until the situation improves. Augason Farm’s mission is to make sure that every family in America has the emergency food kits and survival food storage necessary to ensure they can face any crisis situation, anywhere.
Long Term Food Storage
The Augason Farms Dehydrated Chopped Onions 23 oz #10 Can are a simple way to add great flavor anywhere onions are required. This is a Certified Gluten-Free and an all natural product that consists of 217 Servings and 2,170 Calories, with a shelf-life of up to 25 years. All this convenience makes it perfect for Food Storage, Emergencies, Survival, Camping, and Everyday Use! Make the wise decision and let Augason Farms give you a peace of mind that's as indispensable as it is delicious. Family owned and operated since 1972, Augason Farms believes that great taste is a tradition worth preserving. They'll provide you with delicious peace of mind with their food essentials. Please discard oxygen absorber after opening. Best when stored in a cool dry place at temperatures between 55 Degree and 70 Degree F (ideal humidity 15%).
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I shrugged, picked the piece out and went on cooking. I ended pureeing the soup at the end with an immersion blender. And everything was great. Except as I ate the soup, I kept running into pieces of chopped onion skin. About the size of a pea. On and on again. In a nice creamy soup, this wasn't fun. In a regular soup or even in a meatloaf, this isn't going to be fun. Because it pulls you out of the eating experience, while you think, what in the world is in my mouth?!?....
So I gather from the pieces of onion skin that I found, that these onions are NOT/NOT peeled before they are chopped and dehydrated. And if they are peeled, the quality control on whoever or whatever is peeling the onions is not high. For those of you who don't cook, you can't re-hydrate onion skin into something that is palatable. It's the tough outer part of the onion that is always thrown away.