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Anyone got those cans of instant water? (Just add water)
Never miss a beat. Get the best beer journalism delivered straight to your inbox. By Rafael Tonon , July 08, What if it were possible to create a craft beer that could be ready to drink within seconds by merely adding some cold sparkling water into a ready-made liquid? In a world where tea, coffee, and even soda are becoming pod-based, an instant craft beer might not sound so strange at all.
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Drying food is a method of preservation that has been around for centuries. By removing all of the moisture, the growth of bacteria, yeasts, and mold is inhibited from food and makes it perfect for the likes of travelers, hikers and for use in the military. Let's face it, water is THE basic necessity to sustain life on earth. Here is a list of some amazing objects that were brought to life just by the addition of water. They sold dehydrated ice cream in foil packages exactly like the astronauts ate up in space. For several years and missions, astronauts relied on dehydrated meals. Foods taken into space must be light-weight, compact and nutritious.
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Dehydration is a wonderful thing in fiction! It can make anything from creatures to base elements shrink to a easily portable size, and all you need to do to return it to the way it was before is to put a drop of water on it! However the origin seems to be connected to Food Pills and the idea of astronaut food. Sailors, soldiers and astronauts have needed easily transportable, highly nutritious and long lasting ways of cooking and storing food and in the case of astronauts, something you can eat in zero gravity , when trying to think of what might be useful for life In Space! In a way it's connected to the tendency in sci-fi for large, complex objects to fold or retract into small ones , such as George Jetson's car turning into a suitcase, those vanishing animal-head masks in Stargate SG-1 , or the capsule items in Dragon Ball. In all of these cases, the shrunken item is easily carried, implying all that mass actually went somewhere else. At the very least, there's an overarching trope here- the idea that if you make an object smaller, it magically gets lighter too.