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The Dehydrator Bible With Over 400 Recipes

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Dehydrator Bible

The Dehydrator Bible With Over 400 Recipes

Whether you grow your own food, buy it locally from farmer’s markets or farmstands or even buy it from a regular supermarket, seasonality still affects its price and abundance. Therefore, it makes sense to preserve food for those times when it’s not as plentiful, or not available at all. Drying food is a wonderfully tasty and easy way to do this. The Dehydrator Bible will give you ideas and more ways to save food and money!

All of the wonderful original recipes are still here. What has changed is that the “Dehydrating Foods” section has been expanded to include even more comprehensive and complete information about dehydrating foods, along with even more tips and techniques

Dehydrator Bible

The book includes more than 150 recipes for dehydrating herbs and seasonings, fruits, vegetables, meats and fish, and more than 250 delicious recipes that actually use the dehydrated foods as ingredients so you can put home-preserved food to work for you in your home, RV, boat or campsite.

Dehydrator Bible

The easy-to-follow drying instructions and time guidelines will make even a novice cook feel like a seasoned professional in no time. So plant a few extra rows of tomatoes or beans, pick a heap of strawberries at their peak or buy that big basket of freshly harvested carrots. Then load up your dehydrator. You’ll be thrilled to be cooking with your own dried foods the whole year through!

Dehydrator Bible

This one’s an encyclopedia. It’s a good resource for recipes on the spot but may be overwhelming if you`re starting out. I like to have it on the shelf for when I’m looking to expand ideas but with it`s recipes  that I prefer to use this to brainstorm my own ideas from rather than to use it each piece.

The easy-to-follow drying instructions along with time guidelines make even a novice cook feel like a seasoned professional.

Planting a few extra rows of tomatoes or beans, picking many strawberries at their peak or buying that big basket of freshly harvested carrots can really pay off later. Loading up the dehydrator will provide personally dried foods the whole year through.

This is literally two books in one: part One gives you the “how-to” for dehydrating, then Part Two offers recipes to use your own dehydrated food.

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