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I saw them on Amazon.  Price was decent but the shipping was crazy.  They have to pack it in dry ice.
 
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I prefer to dehydrate my boiled water for later. It's safer than freezing, in case of a power outage.
 
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wow, lets go can some mountain air and sunshine and sell it on e-bay!
 
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Bryant RedHawk wrote:wow, lets go can some mountain air and sunshine and sell it on e-bay!



Might be a bit more profitable to bottle up some unfiltered spring water https://livespringwater.com/
 
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I just keep my cuppoard stocked with glasses of dehydrated water. That way if I'm thirsty or need some for cooking I just grab one, add water, and bam! The commercial dehydrator was pricey but it was worth it for the temperature control that makes sure my dehydrated water is raw (you know, for the enzymes)
 
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