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  • "Christopher Petit's 1979 debut Radio On ... freeze-dries England on the dusk of the punk era without seeming to try very hard (and does it at a time when British cinema was all but completely moribund)," writes Michael Atkinson at IFC News.

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  • The Notorial Archives hired Munters Corp., a Swedish document salvage firm that freezes and then freeze-dries records to slowly remove moisture from them, to rescue the documents.

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  • For sweet 'n' sour chicken, NASA freeze-dries the boned, skinless chicken chunks after traditional preparation in a terrestrial kitchen, and the sauce goes into space as a dry mix with instant starch that is then rehydrated.

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  • (Coincidentally, it apparently freeze-dries into space ice cream very well.)

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  • Under the plan, the DEA grows experimental marijuana at the University of Mississippi and freeze-dries it for distribution in a prescription can to Ms. Mussika, a grandmother fighting the intraocular pressures associated with Glaucoma, which constantly cause pain in her eyes.

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  • Today, the Boulder, CO, company that makes them basically freeze-dries just about anything it can think of and labels it astronaut food.

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  • Faisal Qureshi at ScreenGrab: "[S] omeone has put an entire 13-part TV series Radio On ... freeze-dries England on the dusk of the punk era without seeming to try very hard

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