Unlike other methods of long-term food preservation, dehydrating foods is simple and easy for all.
You can dive right in, no matter your culinary experience, and come out with great results.
I am trying to get my hands on an Excalibur so I can experience for myself what the differences are and share with you if it’s worth it to spend the extra $$. The amazon ratings on both dehydrators are very good. If I get one, I will do some comparisons and will let you know what I find.
Meanwhile, I am going to compile 101 dehydrator recipes for you to try and will feature one each Thursday.
Although I will be adding recipes from around the web as I find them, I encourage you to add your own to the link-up below. A link back to here from the post you are sharing would be great. I will be featuring a new recipe each week, but only from those recipes that link back to this post.
If you are interested in a recipe books that you can hold in your hands, I recommend Food Drying with an Attitude. If you’re looking for a more in-depth book, you’ll want to be sure to have Mary Bell’s Complete Dehydrator Cookbook.
I will be using the same linky code each week so the list will grow to 101 (or more!) dehydrator recipes. So please only add your recipe if you don’t see it here or I will have to delete it to lessen confusion.
|Lea Harris founded Nourishing Treasures in 2006. A mom passionate about her family's health and well-being, Lea believes education is power. Encouraging others to take baby steps in the right direction of health for their families, Lea's goal is to raise awareness of what goes into our mouths and on our bodies, providing natural alternative information that promotes health and prevents disease by using traditional foods and nature's medicine.|
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