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    Hello call me Kebbie I am really new to this as far as the computer and threads and etc so please be kind and patient LOL I am looking for someone to help with recipes for dehyrateing foods and storage I have a seal a meal thing and have a lot of food frozen but I really would like to dehyrate that way I would have more room any suggestions I would love to hear remember we all in this together and if you arent with me your againist me!


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    Hunter63, say Hey, and welcome.
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    Hi and welcome! Out of curiousity, where are you from? A general location would help us with helping you with your dehydration journey!

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    Hello and welcome. As far a dehydrators go, what is your budget? I paid $1 for mine at a yard sale, whereas the one I want (Excalibur) costs a little bit more.
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    Welcome home. You need to set a price you are willing to spend and an idea on how much you want to dehydrate. Here's the one I have:

    http://www.excaliburdehydrator.com/5...dists-prod.htm

    The five trays are more than enough for my wife and me. It has both a thermostat and a timer so you can set it up and pretty much forget about it. You can get a dehydrator for less money but the blower is generally in the bottom, which requires moving the trays around to get an even drying cycles. Not a big deal just a little more work. With the Excalibur the blower is in the back and you don't have to move trays around. Dehydrating is really pretty simple.

    For recipes I would suggest the book Mary Bell's Complete Dehydrator Cookbook. It's the bee's knees for recipes and how to stuff.

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