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Includes A Wide Variety of Delicious And Easy Food Dehydrator Recipes!

Get This Food Dehydrator Cookbook For A Special Discount (50% off) Dehydrating food is a great way of preserving fruits, vegetables and meats. Once your food is dehydrated, it can be perfectly preserved without having to keep it in a fridge or cooler for the day. This can provide a nutritious snack for hikers, and people doing other outdoor activities. Food that is properly dehydrated will keep most of its nutritional contents. Below are a few useful tips for using a food dehydrator. Tips For Using A Food Dehydrator: • Make sure your foods that you are dehydrating are completely dehydrated, otherwise they could spoil. When your food is dehydrated, it should be either crispy and breakable or have a leathery texture, if it is soft to touch then it probably still has too much moisture in it. • Follow your manufacturer's directions for dehydrating different kinds of foods. The dehydration time may vary depending on what kind of food dehydrator you have. • Correctly store your dehydrated food in an airtight container or bag. Your best option would be storing it in a vacuum sealed bag if possible. This food dehydrator cookbook has a wide variety of delicious and easy dehydrated recipes for you to enjoy. These recipes range from healthy chip recipes to beef jerky. Good luck!

The Ultimate Healthy Dehydrator Cookbook: 150 Recipes to Make and Cook with Dehydrated Foods by Pamela Ellgen Callisto

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Dehydrating is the perfect solution for those who want to make the most of their garden’s output, create unprocessed snacks, and prepare meals that cost dimes instead of dollars. The Ultimate Healthy Dehydrator Cookbook is the first book of its kind that shows how to affordably build a pantry full of dried foods and use them to make healthy dishes.

The reasons for dehydrating food are as compelling today as they were thousands of years ago―it’s environmentally sustainable, simple, quick and delicious. The Ultimate Healthy Dehydrator Cookbook is your all-in–one reference to dehydrating food and your definitive guide to delicious and health-centered recipes.

No matter which dehydration technique you choose―sun drying, oven drying, or electric food dehydrator drying―The Ultimate Healthy Dehydrator Cookbook will show you that making preserved foods is easier to prepare than you might think and lasts longer than canning or freezing.

Filled with innovative ideas for making meals with dehydrated food, The Ultimate Healthy Dehydrator Cookbook also includes:

  • Instructions for dehydrating food using a range of simple, fun methods
  • Valuable nutritional information with every recipe
  • Tried and true methods for food safety and storage
  • Creative options for dehydrated vegetarian and vegan entrees such as Eggplant, Zucchini, & Spinach Lasagna, Loaded Sweet Potato Tacos, and Root Vegetable Gratin
  • Tips for preparing desserts and snacks kids will love

The Ultimate Healthy Dehydrator Cookbook features: Perfect Pretreatment * How to Rehydrate Foods * Essential Tools and Equipment * Homemade Savings * What Not to Dehydrate * Ideas for the Raw Food Diet * Getting Kids Involved

Natural Fruit Chips in an Excalibur Dehydrator

Most store bought dehydrated fruit is soaked in sugar and preserved with sulfites. plus they're outrageously expensive - YIKES.

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Weston Prago 75-0201-W VegiKiln Food Dehydrator With 10 Drying Trays by (dba Shopping)

Easily make healthy delicious and natural snacks like banana chips fruit roll-ups yogurt and jerky. Retains natural flavor of foods without additives or preservatives Make great take-along snacks for hunting fishing camping or road trips. Easy to use easy to clean. Dehydrated foods easily release from trays. Over 6/8/10 square feet of drying space. Ultra-quiet 5 fan. Each drying tray measures 14 x 10. Rear-mounted drying system circulates air from back to front through each tray tray rotation not necessary. Color-coded thermostat adjusts from 84 to 155 degrees F. Solid ABS thermoplastic construction. Lightweight counter-top design. Includes instructions and recipe book.


Prago 74-1001-W Stainless Steel Food Dehydrator by

Food dehydrator is perfect for preserving fruit meat vegetables herbs. Oven features 10 chrome plated steel racks. Retains natural flavor of foods without additives or preservatives. Make great take along snacks for hunting fishing camping or road trips. Dehydrated foods easily release from trays. Over 15 square feet of drying space. 1000 watt heating element. 10 Hour timer. Ultra quiet 6.5" fan. Each drying tray measures 14.25" x 10.75". Rear mounted drying system circulates air from back to front through each tray. Tray rotation not necessary. Color coded thermostat adjusts from 84 to 155 degrees F. Material: Heavy duty Stainless Steel. Includes instructions and recipe book.


Couple goes all natural at The Hipster Hound - Savannah Morning News

A n entrepreneurial spirit is in full force inside the home of Tonya and Nick Rintye. The couple started a new online business in February called The Hipster Hound, which specializes in homemade, natural, chemical-free pet treats and cleaning products. And Tonya makes everything herself in their home. And while you’re in their home, you may get a lick or two from her friendly pups — one of which is the face of The Hipster Hound, Rex. The hound was supposed to be a foster pet but quickly turned into another rescued family member. When asked if she was that child who would show up on the doorstep with a stray, she quickly said, “Yes, and so was my husband. We love dogs. And Tonya also loves to bake. So one day, I decided to make cookies for the dogs,” she said. With the help of her 7-year-old daughter, Lucy, she made sure those cookies turned into healthy dog treats. While loving to bake helps start a business like The Hipster Hound, Tonya also had another force push her into healthy treats. “I noticed that the dog treats we were feeding our dogs were getting recalls and were not made in America and made with all these chemicals,” she said. “I thought, ‘How hard is it to make something good for my dogs. ’ I mean, they can eat a lot of the same foods we can. The Rintyes gave their homemade treats to friends, and the rave reviews gave Tonya and Nick another idea. Armed with a background in marketing, Tonya made calls to see if there was a need for people wanting to feed their dogs healthier treats. “I made a call to the Wilmington Island Farmers’ Market, and they said they have been wanting to find someone who was licensed to sell pet treats,” she said. “I had to have all my recipes tested for a guaranteed analysis to create my labels. You are required by law to put a label on all treats. Then I had to have them tested by a third party, and I had to put in the recipes with labels for approval. She got her approval in February and quickly jumped into the business. Ruff recipes. In her recipes, Tonya uses real fruit, locally sourced honey and bacon and gluten-free flour so all products are without grain and soy. She cuts each dog treat, bakes them and then puts them in the dehydrator, so she doesn’t have to use any chemicals to preserve the treats. She has four varieties of The Hipster Hound Bites: Bushel of Bacon, which is made with fresh apples, local Savannah River Farms bacon and local honey. The Great Pumpkin, made with pumpkin and organic peanut butter and organic coconut oil. Mix’d Up Mutt, made with carob, pumpkin and organic peanut butter. and HoundDog, made with banana, organic peanut butter and local honey. The name is a tribute to Elvis Presley, who loved peanut butter and banana sandwiches. “I like to try to do things that are tasty but are also good for dogs like pumpkin and coconut oil,” she said. She also makes iced cookies in a variety of shapes and colors, and she decorates the cookies with special dog-approved icing made from dehydrated yogurt. And if your dog likes more than just a cookie-type treat, The Hipster Hound also offers Mutt Cakes and Pup Cakes, which are similar to cupcakes. And she makes birthday cakes that local clients can order, too. She also has frozen yogurt treats that use organic Greek yogurt. Another aspect to the business is the chemical-free cleaning products and sprays for dogs. “We went chemical-free in our home a while back,” she said. “So I make our own shampoos, cleaners, stuff like that and realized we should do this for our dogs, too. I went to a pet store the other day and there is hardly anything made in America, and the products are full of so many chemicals that I cannot even pronounce. Tonya uses essential oils for these products, and she researched ways to use these products for dog grooming. She has sprays and powders to help with everything from itchy spots to smelly coats and to help repel insects. She even has a spray for hyper dogs that helps calm them down. The couple currently sells products at Canine Palace, Local Farmbag, Polk’s on the Go, Polk’s farmers’ market locations, TailsSpin, Savannah Food Coop and Wilmington Island Farmers’ Market. Source:

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    Summer is when zucchini grows in abundance. Perhaps you have a garden filled with zucchini or you have a generous friend who shares his or her abundance with you. Well, lucky you! Zucchini, or “courgette” in French, are a type of summer squash.

  • Couple goes all natural at The Hipster Hound

    08/07/15 ,via Savannah Morning News

    The couple currently sells products at Canine Palace, Local Farmbag, Polk's on the Go, Polk's farmers' market locations, TailsSpin, Savannah Food Coop and Wilmington Island Farmers' Market. The online store also features dog accessories such as

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  • Dehydrating Food

    Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.. 2013. ISBN: 9781628732382,1628732385. 192 pages.

    With the easy-to-follow, step-by-step directions here, anyone can have fun, save money, and create delicious meals by dehydrating food. Learn the basic methods—sun drying, oven drying, net bag, and commercial food dehydrators—before moving on to drying herbs for tea, making your own tasty (and healthier) jerky, and so much more. Also included is a section on the nutritional benefits of drying food. With 164 recipes ranging from breads to desserts, soups to pies, and cereals to entrees, Dehydrating Food is a book for anyone who is interested in learning how to save money and create delicious meals by drying their own food.

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Teriyaki Tofu Jerky
Teriyaki Tofu Jerky
Adapted from The Dehydrator Bible, these slices of 100% vegan protein are perfect to store for a snack or to toss into a sauce for a stir fry.
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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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