When the word Vegetable(s) are used, There is a list to the right if not here are some of the Vegetable(s)used Asparagus ,Avocado, Bell peppers, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts,Cabbage, Cauliflower,Celery ,Collard greens ,Cucumber ,Eggplant ,Fennel bulb, Garlic, Green beans, Green peas, Kale ,Leeks, Mushrooms, Crimini Mushrooms, Shiitake,Mustard greens, Olives, Onions ,Parsley, Romaine lettuce, Sea vegetables ,Spinach, Squash, summer Squash, winter Swiss chard ,Tomato, fresh Turnip Greens. Drying is the oldest method of preserving food. The early American settlers dried foods such as corn, apple slices, currants, grapes, and meat. Compared with other methods, drying is quite simple. In fact, you may already have most of the equipment on hand. Dried foods keep well because the moisture content is so low that spoilage organisms cannot grow. Drying will never replace canning and freezing because these methods do a better job of retaining the taste, appearance, and nutritive value of fresh food. But drying is an excellent way to preserve foods that can add variety to meals and provide delicious, nutritious snacks. One of the biggest advantages of dried foods is that they take much less storage space than canned or frozen foods. Many kinds of fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, meat, and fish can be dried Emergency Essentials carries dehydrated food and dry foods that can be added to the food storage portion of your emergeny preparedness plan.