A complete guide to preserving food with a dehydrator, this book not only teaches how to dry a wide variety of edibles, but it's also filled with ideas for using the dried foods afterwards.
It gives general advice on using a dehydrator, avoiding waste and spoilage, estimating drying times, and storage.
It lists 28 kinds of fruits and nuts that are commonly dried, with specific tips for each one, and provides detailed instructions for making fruit powders and leathers, drying jerky, preparing just-add-water meals for camping and drying herbs, flowers and teas.
The book even includes hundreds of recipes that can be made using dehydrated ingredients, from main dishes to breads, muffins, soups, salsas, desserts and much more.
Softcover, 8" × 10", 352 pages, 2014.