Easy Food Dehydrating is here to show you how you can enjoy your favorite fruits and veggies all year 'round. How?
Not only that, we'll show you how to dehydrate frozen foods that you can buy "on sale" at your grocery store! Grab bags of frozen peas and corn — onions too! Store them safely in Mason jars for daily/weekly use, or vacuum-seal them in bags for safe long-term storage. Go find a closet — or make room along a bare wall like I did.
We have Recipes too: Enjoy delicious pea soup and shepherd's pie — a British classic — along with home baked bread ... and so much more! See our Recipe eBook HERE. Oh, and don't forget homemade nutritious pet food for the family dog (see more below).
Another reason to dehydrate food — which admittedly isn't pretty — is to not get caught without
enough food on hand to take care of your family should any disaster
hit. Storms brew up seemingly out of nowhere and when the floods hit, you're stranded for a week until the water recedes. Start learning now, and teach your friends too. Opt in for our free email six-week mini-course, or take one of our Udemy video courses. You'll be up and running in no time!
Even if the power goes out due to hurricanes and earthquakes, you still gotta eat! In a nutshell: We show you how to make your own Survival Food.
Don't get caught empty-handed at the grocery store when there's an emergency ... make sure you have enough survival food on hand for your family at all times by dehydrating your harvest at home!
Political global unrest coupled with nuclear-powered nations making news worldwide, make sure you and your family have enough food on-hand just in case. How About Diseases? If you are confined to your home in an Ebola or similar scary quarantine situation, you still gotta eat. If you can't make it out to the grocery stores, make sure you have your own supply of survival food!
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Easy Food Dehydrating is the best place on the 'net to learn how to dehydrate fresh or frozen food for healthy snacks! It's so easy to dehydrate fruit, vegetables, and meat! We have tasty recipes too. And for preppers: all you need to know about food storage containers.
Dehydrate food instead of throwing spoiled food down the disposal because you "forgot
about it" in the bottom drawer of the refrigerator — or because you
simply had too much on hand when the fruit or veggie was in season! Both are perfect reasons to dehydrate food for that healthy hiking trip or for serious survival food.
You must try these devilishly delicious Banana Cinnamon Rolls too ... they are very easy to make and are good for the waistline!
Check out our Easy Delicious Recipes containing dehydrated food.
For your convenience, we put them all in an eBook for you! Only $2.99 — we also list "fresh ingredients" too in lieu of dehydrated — ideal for when fresh food is readily available.
Give your kids the gift of great nutrition — make your own back-packing snacks from dehydrated fruit.
Make Banana Chips (see how to dehydrate bananas here) — hiking food is FUN again!
Check out our fantastic Fruit Roll-ups made with fresh or frozen fruit (a great way to use up those bruised fruits that didn't quite make it to fruit bowl!)
Yes you CAN make your own dog food — I have living proof of how my Miniature Pinscher is thriving — she's going on nine years old and doesn't look a day over five! Check out our video on how to make Chicken Chow Dog Food and see our talking dog!
The recipe is chock-full of goodness: sweet potatoes, celery, carrots, chicken stock (that doesn't contain onion as onion is poisonous to dogs). It also contains the goodness from quinoa and millet, along with two chicken breasts that I cook in the pressure cooker along with the veggies. The millet and quinoa are cooked separately so that they don't foam and block up the valve on the pressure cooker.
Your pooch will lavish you with licks when you serve this healthy dinner to your dog!
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Air, water, and light are the three enemies to keeping food fresh. Easy Food Dehydrating will show you how to keep those three enemies to a minimum and prolong the
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