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What Does the Course Cover?

Susan will teach you how to safely dehydrate fruits, vegetables, and meat for long-term food storage.

Discover the differences between two-styles of dehydrators: the Nesco™ and Excalibur™ and see what supplies you need to have on hand for vacuum-sealing such as a FoodSaver™ vacuum-sealer and bags, plus oxygen absorbers … and for long-term food storage, you’ll discover the use of Mylar bags, plastic bins, and buckets with air-tight lids that actually unscrew easily!

Enjoy 3 hours of content in 15 sections with 65+ lectures and 10 quizzes:

  • Six Simple Steps
  • Nesco™ and Excalibur™ Dehydrators – best uses for both dehydrators and a nifty use of Excalibur dehydrators for bread …
  • Safely Sealing your Food and Vacuum Sealer Bags and Rolls – which to use, when, and why
  • Oxygen Absorbers – a “must-use” food protection item for long-term food storage
  • Storing Food Safely for Short- or Long-Term Storage – decide what your needs are – Long term? Short term? Bit of Both?
  • Build your own “out of sight” food storage wall – easy steps – takes about three hours
  • Re-Hydrating Dehydrated Food – which water is the best to use and other tasty ideas!
  • Dehydrating Fruit – featuring the top 14 fruits
  • Dehydrating Vegetables – covering the top 16 veggies
  • Dehydrating Meat – the easy way using pre-cooked Chicken, Roast Beef, Turkey

Bonus section:

  • Make your Own Pet Food: Chicken chow dog food – homemade!

And six of my favorite recipes containing dehydrated food:

  • Carrot Soup
  • Cauliflower Soup
  • Potato Bacon Hash
  • Ratatouille
  • Apple Sauce
  • Banana Cinnamon Rolls

So jump right on in – You won’t be disappointed.

Click on the blue “Start Learning Now” or “Take This Course” button at the top of this page on the right, and keep your food pantry stocked – whatever the reason or season!








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Keep YOUR Food Pantry FULL!

Learn how to keep a full pantry –
for any reason or season!

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apples to find out all about it!

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