Can I dehydrate pre-cooked, peeled shrimp?
I will be getting an Excalibur food dryer soon and already have a Food Saver vacuum sealer. Is it dangerous from a food spoilage point, for me to buy pre-cooked and peeled shrimp (or any meats or seafood), dehydrate them, vacuum seal the shrimp and keep at room temperature....and rehydrate them later when needed?
The whole point of my emergency preps is to assume the power is out and there is no refrigeration. During the Hurricane Ike I was w/o power for 17 days and had to leave home and stay with relatives. I'd like to be better prepared next time..... Thank you