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The Dehydrator Bible: Includes Over 400 Recipes

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A new update of the bestselling book in its field -- 100,000 in print.

Whether grow-your-own, bought locally from a farmer's market, or fresh from a regular supermarket, seasonality still affects the quality, abundance and price of good food. It just makes sense to preserve food quality for those times when it's not as plentiful or not available at all. Dehydrating food wit
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Paperback, 381 pages
Published March 27th 2009 by Robert Rose (first published March 1st 2009)
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Natalie
Dec 26, 2015 Natalie rated it really liked it
I'm gonna use this for hiking and camping :)
Adrienna
This book has so many amazing recipes that I'd love to try; therefore, too many to type in my list of raw foods to try whereas I will have to purchase a copy of this book in the future.

Significance of drying foods (which I recently bought a food dehydrator): reduce spoilage and increase food storage life. Keep in cool, dry location to protect storage life. Removes weight and easier to carry; camp food and for hikers; and preservation.

Record drying times, temperatures, and details and how it was
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Katie
Aug 13, 2014 Katie rated it it was amazing
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This book is very helpful. There is an excellent overview of the drying process with clear instructions about how to prepare foods for drying, materials needed, and general procedure. I especially liked the fact that the author gives reasons for certain procedures - for example, she suggests using the dehydrator in the garage if you are drying particularly potent smelling foods (garlic) so your home does not become permeated with the scent.

I have just received a dehydrator and am anxious to try
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Debra Jeakins
Sep 22, 2015 Debra Jeakins rated it it was amazing
Are you a newbie to the land of dehydrating food? I am and believe me book THE DEHYDRATOR BIBLE BY JENNIFER MACKENZIE has been sitting right next to my dehydrator! Not only does the book give you dehydrating tips but great recipes for your dehydrated foods.A MUST IN YOUR KITCHEN COLLECTION!
Natashya KitchenPuppies
Jun 24, 2015 Natashya KitchenPuppies rated it really liked it
Whether for camping or hiking, or to stock your pantry with seasonal foods - you will love having dehydrating as part of your repertoire.

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Carol
Dec 30, 2015 Carol rated it it was ok
good info on dehydrating. Not too many specifics on what to do with said dehydrated unless you follow their recipes.
Michelle
Jun 13, 2011 Michelle rated it liked it
Great reference book for the beginner or experienced. Basic dehydration techniques, and a plethora of recipes. I would have preferred few recipes and more basics though.
Susan Allegrini
Apr 29, 2013 Susan Allegrini rated it it was amazing
I learned alot from this book it was easy to read and understand . It is a must read book if you want to learn how to dehydrate foods.
Granny
Aug 20, 2011 Granny rated it really liked it
Well written book on food drying. Lots of terrific sounding recipes. Got this from the library, but will probably buy my own copy to have on hand as a good resource.
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Tips and recipes for drying all types of food.
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