Waring Pro Food Dehydrator
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If your fruit trees are producing more fruits than you can eat at a time, consider dehydrating them. You can do it in your regular oven or in a specialized appliance like the Waring Pro Professional Food Dehydrator. This unit comes with 5 stackable trays, a top venting system and different fan settings in a 620 Watt system. A fruit roll-up sheet is also included to make your own homemade snacks. You can also use this system to dehydrate vegetables, herbs, meat, etc. All materials that will come in contact with food is BPA free. Model number is WDHR60SILPC.
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.
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Make your own dried fruits, herbs, vegetables - even beef jerky and fruit roll-ups! Waring Pro makes iteasy 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 atop-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. Driedfoods are expensive, and fresher is always better!
Dried foods are susceptible to insect contamination and moisture reabsorption and must be properly packaged and stored immediately. Warm food causes sweating which could provide enough moisture for mold to grow. Pack foods into clean, dry insect-proof containers as tightly as possible without crushing. Store dried foods in clean, dry home canning jars, plastic freezer containers with tight-fitting lids or in plastic freezer bags. Pack foods in amounts that can be used all at once. Each time a package is re-opened, the food is exposed to air and moisture that can lower the quality of the food and result in spoilage. Pack food in amounts that will be used in a recipe. Every time a package is re-opened, the food is exposed to air and moisture that lower the quality of the food. Fruit that has been sulfured should not touch metal. Place the fruit in a plastic bag before storing it in a metal can. Sulfur fumes will react with the metal and cause color changes in the fruit. Dried foods should be stored in cool, dry, dark areas. Recommended storage times for dried foods range from 4 months to 1 year. Because food quality is affected by heat, the storage temperature helps determine the length of storage. the higher the temperature, the shorter the storage time. Most dried fruits can be stored for 1 year at 60ºF, 6 months at 80ºF. Vegetables have about half the shelf-life of fruits. Foods that are packaged seemingly "bone dry" can spoil if moisture is reabsorbed during storage. Check dried foods frequently during storage to see if they are still dry. Glass containers are excellent for storage because any moisture that collects on the inside can be seen easily. Foods affected by moisture, but not spoiled, should be used immediately or redried and repackaged. Moldy foods should be discarded. Conditioning Fruits. The moisture content of home dried fruit should be about 20 percent. When the fruit is taken from the dehydrator, the remaining moisture may not be distributed equally among the pieces because of their size or their location in the dehydrator. Conditioning is the process used to equalize the moisture. To condition the fruit, take the dried fruit that has cooled and pack it loosely in plastic or glass jars. The excess moisture in some pieces will be absorbed by the drier pieces. Shake the jars daily to separate the pieces and check the moisture condensation. If condensation develops in the jar, return the fruit to the dehydrator for more drying. After conditioning, package and store the fruit as described above. Vegetables should be dried until they are brittle or "crisp. At this stage, they should contain about 10 percent moisture. Because they are so dry, they do not need conditioning like fruits. and Judy A. Harrison, Ph. D. , Extension Foods Specialists. Weston Food Dehydrator, 4-Tray. Waring Pro Professional Dehydrator. Source: An American Housewife
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