PRE-SALE Freeze Dried Black Angus USDA Prime Uncooked Whole Rib Eye Steaks
Regular price $65.68
Unit price per
One Pre-Sale (1) pack of uncooked freeze dried USDA prime ribeye steaks packaged for long term storage.
- Vacuum sealed, packed in a moisture and oxygen-free environment
Easy-tear top bag that is re-sealable
Fast, free shipping
- 25+ year shelf life
- 100% satisfaction guarantee with FREE return shipping and FULL refund if you are not 100% satisfied
With this product you will be purchasing one bulk pre-sale package of freshly gourmet trimmed and uncooked freeze dried Black Angus ribeye steaks with a net weight of 12.5 ounces, packaged for long term storage.
We are producing the rib eye stakes over the next 5 weeks for a large contract, so we will be shipping them out in the order that purchases are received. Depending one when you order and how many packs you order, you may receive your shipping right away, or it could take us a couple of weeks to ship it to you. Just know that if you are able to place you order, you are guaranteed to receive it.
This bag contains 12.5 ounces of uncooked and freshly freeze dried whole rib eye steaks, which is the equivalent of 3.125 pounds/50 ounces of gourmet trimmed USDA Prime rib eye steaks if purchased at your local high-end butcher shop once rehydrated and ready for use. Each ounce of freeze dried rib eye steaks will weigh approximately 4 ounces of fresh steaks when rehydrated with water.
This package of steaks has already be hand trimmed for you and they are ready to cook to taste. Rehydrate one steak and seal the rest for later - or serve the whole pack to please a crowd! That makes these perfect to take on a hike or a camping trip without the hassle, mess and waste of having to lug a cooler around with a lot of ice.
Simply rehydrate with water for a few minutes (instructions on the label) heat and serve!
Commercially prepared by a leading Government ContractorIngredients: Beef.
Freeze Dry Wholesalers, Inc. guarantees a shelf life to 10 years on every product we sell. But with the advances that have been made in the new multi-layered, bonded and composite mylar packaging that we use, you can likely double that and probably even triple it if you just keep them sealed in the factory packaging and store them out of direct sunlight. This is similar to the shelf life of canned items, with the only difference being that cans are more rodent-proof than mylar pouches, so store you pouches in a bin or an area that is rodent free.
We use this new packaging on all of the products we manufacture, because besides better portion control and the cost savings of not having to use a steel can, the biggest benefit to you is that we can now ship all of our items in smaller boxes without bulky packing materials without fear of damages or denting like you would normally worry about with cans. And since all of the shipping carriers base their rates on "dimensional weight" (or size) instead of just the weight, for the first time ever, we’re able to offer free shipping on all of our products because our shipping boxes are smaller and lighter and therefore less expensive for us to ship to you safely and discreetly.
Another advantage of this new packaging is that you can actually see the product through the window without having to open a can or a pack. No more guessing what is in there! Plus, when you do open a pouch and want to save a portion for future use, it is quick and easy to just "zip" the remaining portion back up in the pouch with the integrated closure and leave it for a future date.
Once you tear open a package and remove a portion of the food to consume, when you reseal the bag with the remaining foodand keep the oxygen absorber and the moisture desiccant in there, you’ll drop the shelf life from 25+ years to approximately 3 months to a year depending on a number of factors (what the product is, how well you seal the bag, how much oxygen was introduced and for how long, how much moisture was introduced in the form of humidity, etc.).
The bags we use have their own zip enclosure built-in, so it's easy to just "zip" the remaining portion back up in the pouch and leave for a later date. However, if you have a home vacuum sealer, you can reseal the pouch using your sealer to remove any residual oxygen and that will extend the remaining shelf life out to 5+ years at a minimum.
To be safe though, we recommend that you use any remaining portions of meat in a bag that was opened and re-closed within 90-days/3 months. Non-meat items like fruits, vegetables, side dishes and dessert will probably last up to a year once opened and re-sealed depending on the conditions where you are.