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Where I can get dehydrated water?

I m planning a big camping trip and I ve heard that dehydrated foods are the way to go. Where can I get dehydrated water to really cut down on transporting so much weight?
Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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Sorry havent heard anything as such. Water is for hydration and donno how it can be dehydrated variety.

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