Category Archive: Food Dehydrating

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Jul 30

How To Dehydrate Yogurt – Great For Camping

Dehydrate your yogurt and make it portable. This is a great way to be able to have yogurt when you are camping or to store it in the freezer as it will only stay good for about a week if not refrigerated. But if you are going camping or hiking for a weekend this is …

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Jul 01

Dehydrating Foods For Long Term Use

Come learn the self sufficient skill of dehydrating foods for long term use in your homestead kitchen. Unless you live in an area that is conducive to growing your own fresh fruits and vegetables year round, you are subject to only being able to buy certain fruits and vegetables when they are in season. That …

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Jun 14

Build a Homesteading Solar Food Dehydrator

This step by step tutorial of how to build a homesteading solar food dehydrator can use the sun’s powerful rays to remove moisture from fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers. Evenly thinly sliced fruits and vegetables that are generously spaced apart upon removable trays will shrink over a period of hours. All the materials you need …

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May 21

How to Make Edible Citrus Powders

This step by step tutorial how to make edible citrus powders is a simple way to capture different flavors as seasonings. Citrus powders can sprinkled to create a bright infusions of flavor for almost everything you cook, bake, broil and even in wide range of beverages. Citrus fruits are: Clementine, Lime, Grapefruit, Tangerine, Kumquat, Lemon, …

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May 17

Dry Your Herbs In The Oven

          If you grow a lot of herbs you might want to dry them and save them instead of buying dried herbs at the store. You can even dry store-bought herbs if you have some left over. I buy basil once in a while and I almost never get the whole bunch used so I …

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Mar 11

Dehydrating Unusual Backpacking Meals

Learning the concept of dehydrating unusual backpacking meal is a great way preserve food, decrease the weight and make it more transportable. Dehydrating your own MRE, hiking, camping or natural disaster food storage supplies is vastly more thrifty than buying higher price freeze dried meals. Yes, it does take some time and effort but it …

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