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Hamilton Beach 32100A Food Dehydrator, Gray by Hamilton Beach

  • Five stackable drying trays and powerful 500 watts
  • 48 hour timer with auto shutoff and clear lid so you can easily...
  • Adjustable digital thermostat lets you adjust drying temperature...

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Looking for snack options that are high in nutrients but low in calories? Want to offer your family delicious food options to dress up morning oatmeal or replace that bag of potato chips at lunch? The Hamilton Beach Food Dehydrator helps accomplish these goals by taking food preparation to the next level. It opens the door to endless possibilities deemed too difficult to do in the past. With five stackable drying trays and 500 watts of power, it's easy to dry a variety of fruits and vegetables and even make beef jerky. The continuous airflow feature provides even drying, eliminating the need to rotate trays. This dehydrator includes an adjustable thermometer for better performance and a timer with automatic shutoff. A food dehydrator lets you to make healthy foods at home like crunchy green beans or dried sweet potato sticks. Have a sweet tooth? Banana chips or dried apples with cinnamon are the perfect fix. And since the fruits are not bogged down with additives or preservatives, their natural sweetness shines. The Hamilton Beach Food Dehydrator comes with two specialty sheets for added versatility. Use the mesh sheet to dry garden herbs for year-round enjoyment, or puree summer fruits and spread on the solid sheet for homemade fruit rolls. Wholesome, home-made snacks for the entire family. Now that's Good Thinking.

Presto 06300 Dehydro Electric Food Dehydrator by Presto

  • Four drying trays included; Expands up to eight trays for added...
  • See-through cover to monitor drying progress on top tray;...
  • Easy to store; Drying trays nest for compact storage; Cord stores...

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Dehydrates fruit, vegetables, herbs and spices. Makes fruit rolls and jerky too Four-tray system for dehydrating foods at a fraction of the cost of commercially dehydrated foods with no additives or preservatives. Can stack up to 8 trays. Additional trays sold separately. See-through cover lets you monitor drying process. Easy to clean. Drying trays and cover are fully immersible and dishwasher safe. Bottom-mounted fan and heating element provide consistent airflow for optimum drying. No tray rotation needed. Easy to store Drying trays nest for compact storage. 600-Watt 120 volts, 60 Hz only


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Solar Food Dehydrator

http://www. BigelowBrook. com/donate This is a solar food dehydrator that we use for our apples, peaches, and bananas.

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Nesco SQT-2 Add-A-Tray Accessory Pack For Model FD-80 Square Food Dehydrator by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

Need more room to dry your food or jerky? Add-A-Tray Accessory Packs add 2 extra trays to expand your dehydrator's capacity. Perfect for drying more beef jerky with our famous jerky seasonings!

$27.16

Nesco Food Dehydrator 425 W 4 Trays by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

NCO1093: Features: -Food dehydrator. -Polypropylene plastic construction. -Powerful fan flow radial action for fast even drying. -Expandable to seven trays. -Clear top to monitor drying process. -Vita-save speckled trays block light. -Power: 400 Watts. -All components dishwasher safe. -Caution: Powerhead not washable. -Manufacturer provides one year warranty. -Made in USA. -Overall dimensions: 10.125 H x 11.5 W x 13.75 D.

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10 Thrifty, Time-Saving Ice Cube Tray Food Hacks « Food Hacks

10 Thrifty, Time-Saving Ice Cube Tray Food Hacks Stop. Do not pour that leftover wine , coffee , or bacon grease down the drain. And those herbs that have been in your fridge so long they've literally turned on you. And what about when that recipe only calls for two tablespoons of heavy cream, a quarter cup of tomato purée, or three cloves of garlic. Unless you plan on using the leftovers again in the next week or so, don't bother refrigerating them because they won't last. Don't Miss: 5 Food Scraps You Should Not Be Throwing Away Ice cubes trays are extremely underrated. (You know, those things that we used before crushed ice starting magically pouring out of our refrigerators. By taking a few extra seconds to pour leftovers into these simple little trays, you can have almost any ingredient ready to go right when you need it. No running to the store. Now, you might be thinking, "How many ice trays do you think I can fit in my freezer. I don't have room for ten ice trays. " And you're right. So once your item is frozen solid (give it one to two days) transfer to freezer bags and label. In the end you'll save time, money, and frustration by having all of these ingredients on hand. To be honest, you can freeze almost anything, so no need to ever really let leftovers go to waste. I've been known to freeze cookies. What better way to ice your coffee then with actual coffee. If you do this, your beverage won't water down in the first ten minutes and you can enjoy it longer. Added tips: Freeze flavored coconut, almond, or soy milk into cubes and blend for a frozen coffee treat. You can also flavor the coffee or milk ice cubes and make your drink even more fun. Lemons, Limes, & Oranges If you juice any of these fruits and freeze the leftovers, you'll have fresh citrus all year around. Pro tip: If you freeze the peels in white vinegar, you can use the frozen cubes to clean and sanitize your garbage disposal by running them through the cycle. (Tough, stalky herbs do better when they're dried, which you can do in the sun or even your microwave. Give them a rough chop, portion them into the ice cube tray, and add water or olive oil. You can use them later for a quick pesto or when a recipe calls for fresh herbs. Freeze it up. You will be grateful for this one because when these dairies expire (and they turn very quickly once opened), we are forced to toss them out and our money goes down the drain with it. Now you'll have smaller amounts available right... Pro tip: Throw a cube into mashed potatoes for added creaminess. How Long It Lasts: Eat by Date says three or four months. Keep in mind that heavy cream won't whip into soft fluffy mounds after it's been frozen, though. Freeze tomato purée straight up. (For the record, sauce and tomato paste freeze just fine, too. ) For the peppers, I suggest blending first—they'll freeze better. How Long It Lasts: Still Tasty says about three months for tomato paste/purée, and six months for chipotle peppers. Chicken, Beef, or Vegetable Stock Just like the wine and coffee, this is an easy one. Portion your stock right into tray and freeze. These will last you a while, so there's no need to look through the pantry to see if you have a container of stock. Add to soups, marinades or a skillet if you're making a chicken or veggie dish that needs a bit more flavoring. Find the ins and outs to UPS hacking in this video from Systm. And were not talking about the parcel service here—we're talking about your UPS system—your uninterruptible power supply, which can be pretty weak. That's why you should hack the tiny battery out of it and replace it with a giant car battery. Your UPS will last a lot longer, which is important when it comes to power outages. Though Systm doesn't recommend swapping out batteries, they do walk you through the process so you get it done right. The best way to make sure you don't throw your back out when moving a heavy television and that your body stays lithe and strong even as you age is to do push ups, chest exercises that work out your entire body at once while focusing on... Source: WonderHowTo

Latest News

  • Kitchen gadgets review: My Kitchen Food Dehydrator – hardly cut and dried

    07/08/15 ,via The Guardian

    Standard food vocab isn't applicable: there's no succulent, or juicy, or perfectly cooked, or fresh. The best feedback you can hope for is “Mmm, that's dry. That's really dry.” Still, the idea of home-desiccated strawberries, apricots and mushrooms is

  • ISU team creates solar food dehydrator, awarded $40000 for invention

    06/14/15 ,via Ames Tribune

    Clayton Mooney, an ISU senior in global resouces systems, is a member of the team to develop the KinoSol solar food dehydrator. The team of ISU students earned a place as one of the top 10 innovative products at the Thought for Food Global Challenge, 

  • How to Build a Solar Dehydrator

    07/08/15 ,via One Green Planet

    Dehydrating is a fine culinary art, a special means by which preserve food but, in doing so, only enhance the flavors, concentrating the acids, sugar and deliciousness into ready-when-you-are, chewy bites of delight. If dehydrating doesn't excite us in

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Books

  • Mary Bell's Comp Dehydrator Cookbook

    Harper Collins. 2013. ISBN: 9780062040923,0062040928. 304 pages.

    Far from being a fad, food dyhydrating is one of the most ancient, effective, and nutritous ways of preserving food. Now, at last, there is a book that teaches absolutely everything there is to know about using an electric food dyhydrator to dry foods at home -- and gives more than 100 foolproof recipes for scrumptious snacks and meals made from dried foods. With this extraordinary book, you can learn how to cross junk food and expensive store-bought snacks off your family's shopping list -- and add to your cupboard homemade, preservative-free fruit leathers, candied apricots, beef (and fish) jerkies, "sun" dried tomotoes, corn chips, banana chips, and so much more! Mary Bell gives specific techniques and instructions for preparing every kind of fruit (from apples to watermelon) and...

  • Dehydrating Food: Simple and Easy Dehydrator Recipes

    Speedy Publishing LLC. 2013. ISBN: 9781630229528,1630229520. 130 pages.

    Cathy has added to her series of homemade recipe books with this new one of recipes for your dehydrator. If you've never thought about using that dehydrator you got years ago as a gift, this book will inspire you! In this book you'll find 145 simple, easy and unique recipes that work well as is or with modification of the ingredients. There are some variations listed with some of them but feel free to be creative and try something new! The recipes fall into two categories: recipes for dehydrating and recipes for items and meals that use dehydrated ingredients. You can create a new take on Banana Bread and Apple Pie, make your own granola and make some healthy snacks like Apple Slices and Banana Chips. There are even some recipes for treats for your pets. You'll be amazed what you can do...

Bing news feed

  • Farm and Dairy’s week in review: 7/11

    07/11/15 ,via Farm and Dairy

    Online columnist Ivory Harlow explains that the sun or an oven can dehydrate food, but a food dehydrator may be the best option because of constant air flow and the ability to control temperatures. Dehydration doesn’t require salt or other preservatives ...

  • Thinking Outside the Jar: Unique Food Preservation

    07/11/15 ,via WEAU 13 NEWS

    In this half-day class Annie will teach you other options for preserving what you grow through air/oven/dehydrator methods ... dryables to help you get the most out of your harvest and food supply. $ 45.00 course registration fee, $10 materials fee ...

  • Do You Know Why Dehydration Is Bad For You?

    07/11/15 ,via BoldSky

    When dehydrated, your skin begins to sag, your face looks wrinkled and pale and makes you look sick and tired. To generate energy in the body, water is necessary along with food. Therefore, to put all health problems at bay, take a look at why dehydration ...

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Nectarines
Nectarines
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Dried Blueberries
Dried Blueberries
Scored an amazing deal on local, organic blueberries at the Farmer's Market and with my trusty dehydrator got myself dried blueberries for about 1/4 the price of storebought!
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chocolate chip
chocolate chip
er, chocolate nib, actually. The dough tasted surprisingly authentic- no joke! I think it was the brown sugar-tasting dates, combined with the vanilla bean and chocolate flavours. So, I threw these together and dehydrated them overnight, and did I write down the measurements so I could make them again? Of course not. I think it went something like this, though: 1 cup raw walnuts 1/4 cup raw cacao nibs a few Tbsp coconut flour seeds from 1 vanilla bean maybe...3/4 c fresh dates I made a paste with the dates ( I think I added a few drops of water, bringing it somewhere between paste & syrup), took it out of the processor and cleaned it out. I then ground up the nibs, then added the walnuts and ground them up together as fine as I could get them. Threw in some coconut flour & the vanilla bean seeds. Added the pureed dates. squished balls of dough with a fork on parchment in my old dehydrator, and left overnight. I contemplated simply rolling the dough into balls &...
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