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|*Pet food is not eligible for our free shipping promotion. Grandma Lucy's Freeze-Dried Grain-Free Artisan Chicken Dog Food (3 lbs) Grandma Lucy's has taken great pride in making the best healthy, natural and delicious pet food and treats. Grandma Lucy's Artisan Freeze-Dried, Grain Free Pet Food offers all natural, high quality meals for cats and dogs. Freeze-Dried, Grain Free Pet Food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat/Dog Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages. It's every pet owners dream to serve the ultimate high quality pet food that has no preservatives, no by-products, and hormone and antibiotic free. Grandma Lucy's Chicken meal is a nutritionally balanced blend of Chicken, fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Highest Quality USDA Ingredients! These freeze-dried meals are easy to prepare and makes 17 cups of fresh food. Simply add 1-1 1/2 cups of warm water for each cup of Grandma Lucy's Artisan, stir well and let stand for 3-5 minutes, then let your dog enjoy! Compared to other drying processes such as dehydrating or air drying, freeze-drying is used at Grandma Lucy's because it is better at retaining the characteristics of the raw food. Freeze-drying's ability to minimize damage to food attributes and components during drying is the reason for claims that the process is also less damaging to enzyme activity. More enzymes will be active in a freeze-dried food than in some raw material dried in another manner. Fresh or cooked foods are flash frozen and placed in an oxygen-free vacuum chamber. About 98% of the foods moisture is drawn out by evaporating the ice at temperatures as low as -85F. The process of dehydrating or air drying typically takes place at much higher temperatures and for longer lengths of time. Both processes achieve their goals of becoming "self stable" where it's safe to store at room temperature for long periods of time. However, since freeze-drying uses very low levels of heat, most food close|