If you have never used a food dehydrator before, well you’re missing out.
Once you start, you’ll think of a hundred things you’ll want to dehydrate all of a sudden…fruit, vegetables, jerky, even flowers & herbs!
For instance, you have a plethora of tomatoes in your garden, but don’t feel like canning them all, dehydrate the slices.
If you have an overgrown batch of basil or mint, it’s a great way to dehydrate them and store them in your cupboard for the winter season.
Onions & mushrooms work well too, and are always a welcome addition in soups & stews.
However, which dehydrator should you buy? This can be the dilemma…Should I buy one of the Excalibur dehydrators or from L’Equip, or even a less well-known name brand?
- Are they all created equally? Well, no they are not.
So, before you buy a new food dehydrator, read the reviews and then check out the recipes afterward available at a place I found online called Dehydrator Book.
They have plenty of advice on how to shop for the best fit for your kitchen & your needs, as well as instructions on how to use a dehydrator all from an easy download.
They actually feature reviews on some of the top brand of food dehydrators including Excalibur, L’Equip & Nesco dehydrators, so you have all the information you need when looking to buy a dehydrator.
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