Waring Food Dehydrator
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The Waring 6-Tray Food Dehydrator is the perfect solution for healthier snacks. Dry fruits or meats - there are 850 square inches of dehydrating surface area, and we've included a fruit roll-up sheet to make it even easier. Crafters will love it for drying herbs and flowers!.
Make your own dried fruits, herbs, vegetables - even beef jerky and fruit roll-ups! Waring Pro makes it
easy with a big 5-tiered, 620-watt Professional Dehydrator. Dry a variety of foods.
An adjustable thermostat includes Fan Only, Low, Medium and High settings for more options, and a
top-venting system efficiently draws moisture up and out for excellent results.
Make snacks or preserve naturally nutritious homegrown foods to use in recipes all year long. Dried
foods are expensive, and fresher is always better!
5 stackable, interlocking trays
Fruit roll-up sheet included
Adjustable temperature: off, fan only, lo, medium, and hi
Great for beef jerky, dried fruits and herbs
New fan system promoting better air flow
It's never been easier to preserve fruits, herbs, beef and more. With the Waring Pro Dehydrator, you can create dried fruits snacks and rollups, dry your home.
This unit features Nesco/American Harvest's innovative Top Mounted Powerhead that dries food quickly and evenly with superior results. Detaches to make dehydrator dishwasher safe for easy clean up. Fan-Flow Technology means faster, more even drying with no tray rotation necessary. Make great tasting beef jerky or venison jerky!
Dehydrator Contemporary design Generates maximum speed and quality for dehydrating fruits, vegetables, beef jerky, and venison jerky Helps dry food in hours, not days like ordinary food dehydrators Top mounted fan eliminates the worry of liquids dripping into the heating chamber 500 watts 13.50" x 9.75" x 13.75" Length: 13.5 Width: 13.5 Height: 9.5
Food dehydrators were once found just in the homes of hunters and gardeners who sought to extend the shelf life of abundant fresh food, but dehydrators now are becoming more popular. The virtues of these drying machines are many, particularly for people who keep close tabs on where their food comes from. Dehydrators let gardeners easily preserve peak-of-season herbs, fruits and vegetables for later use, and snacks like fruit roll-ups and jerky can be made cheaper and more flavorful than store-bought versions. Pet treats are easy to make in dehydrators too. Many models are compact enough to sit on a countertop, making them useful for the most space-compromised apartment dweller. More efficient than ovens, the dehydrators can dry a lot of food at one time and do so quicker while locking in nutrients. I tested four popular food dehydrators to see how easy they were to use. I tested drying herbs, mushrooms, citrus fruits, cherry tomatoes, peppers, bananas and beef jerky. How long it takes to desiccate certain foods depends on the thickness of the item, but, generally, herbs and mushrooms dried in one to three hours, jerky took about four to five hours, while more water-dense fruits and vegetables took up to 12 hours. All models but the Excalibur have stackable trays. Oster 4-Tray Electric Food Dehydrator. This was the most basic model tested, with just an on/off switch and four trays. An entry-level machine, this is best for occasional use. Did fine with jerky, mushrooms and pepper slices, but citrus, tomatoes and bananas were a bit tricky, as they would sometimes "case harden," meaning the outside would be dry, but the inside was still soft, perhaps because there was no way to... Temperatures were a bit too high for drying delicate or aromatic herbs. The lack of a screen means small items like thyme leaves had to be left on the stem. Loudest model tested, but noise level was not an issue. Waring Pro Food Dehydrator. This model had the smallest footprint of all four models. Its five trays held about the same amount of food as the four-tray Oster, but less than the five-tray Nesco model. Has four temperature settings (fan, low, medium, high), which made it easier to dry delicate items like herbs. I used the supplied fruit roll-up sheet for small leaves to avoid having them fall into the base. Uniform drying. Did fine on all products tested, but generally took a bit longer to dry than other machines with temperature controls. Additional stackable trays available for purchase to expand footage. Nesco Snackmaster Pro Food Dehydrator. Nesco makes several models. I tried the five-tray Snackmaster Pro model. It has the fan at the top versus the base, which prevents food from falling into the dryer and makes it easier to clean. It was speedier than the Waring model and offered more uniform drying than the Oster. It did fine with all products tested. Benefits to this model were seven precise temperature settings (95 to 160 degrees Fahrenheit), with temperature suggestions for different products on the cover. One downside is there is no on/off switch, so I had to unplug it to stop the machine. Came with two jerky seasonings/cures, two fruit roll-up sheets, two small-item screens and a detailed dehydrating guide. Additional stackable trays available for purchase to expand footage. Excalibur 5-Tray Food Dehydrator. Excalibur makes several models. I tested the five-tray with a 26-hour timer. This was the biggest of the four tested. It just fit on my countertop, but I used a small tray table to hold it. Because of its larger size, it held the most food, and its boxlike frame construction had the dryer in the back, which prevents accidental contact with food. Like the Nesco, it had a dial with precise temperature settings (105 to 165 degrees Fahrenheit) and suggested levels for various products on the machine, drying at the same rate. Drying was uniform and fine on all products. Because it has a frame with removable trays, you can use it for other purposes, such as making yogurt or raising bread. Comes with a detailed dehydrating guide. Source: articles.chicagotribune.com
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