Category Archive: Food Dehydrating

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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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Feb 24

Make Your Own Jerky Like A Pro

If your family likes jerky then you probably know how incredibly expensive it is to buy it at the store.  A package that costs over five dollars usually doesn’t even have enough pieces for a family to each have two pieces. In my house between grand kids and husband I would probably have to buy …

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Feb 16

Make Your Own Dehydrated Hash Browns

If you find a great sale on potatoes or maybe you grown your own and have a huge amount. You can dehydrate them and use them for hash browns. These are perfect to take camping or hiking as they weigh next to nothing and you can rehydrate them and then use them in soups, stews, …

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Dec 09

Make Your Own Sugar Free Sesame Topped Fruit Strings

These pretty sesame fruit strings are totally sugar free and very rich in real fruit. They contain orange,mango and apricot plus the sesame seeds for a nice snack you don’t have to feel guilty about eating or giving to the kids. Babybayrs shares the recipe and made hers in the oven. If you have a …

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