Dehydrating Food Articles

Dehydrating Food
Articles

Every now and then I find something to 'go on about' and these ramblings are released as articles, please see the links below. I sincerely hope you find these dehydrating food articles entertaining and educational, but more importantly, they get you to take action. Whether that's planting a vegetable and fruit garden, or dehydrating frozen food from the grocery store – it doesn't matter, just so long as you're taking action!

Every now and then I find something to 'go on about' and these ramblings are released as articles, please see the links below. I sincerely hope you find these dehydrating food articles entertaining and educational, but more importantly, they get you to take action. Whether that's planting a vegetable and fruit garden, or dehydrating frozen food from the grocery store – it doesn't matter, just so long as you're taking action!


Each celery slice COUNTS!

Stop Wasting Good Food!

So here I am, slicing up celery stalks and making sure they each take their place on the dehydrator tray. I mean, each tiny piece of celery means something. It's not just a scrap that you scrape off the plate – not anymore. I keep the leaves too; they chop up beautifully in our homemade vegetable soups, and the tiny stalk slices are excellent for use in chicken or tuna salads. Nothing goes to waste.

These tiny pieces add up to a future meal – one we can guarantee will be there for us no matter what the situation is in America – or around the world. So let's get dehydrating fresh food!

Stop Wasting
Good Food!

Each celery slice COUNTS!

So here I am, slicing up celery stalks and making sure they each take their place on the dehydrator tray. I mean, each tiny piece of celery means something. It's not just a scrap that you scrape off the plate – not anymore. I keep the leaves too; they chop up beautifully in our homemade vegetable soups, and the tiny stalk slices are excellent for use in chicken or tuna salads. Nothing goes to waste.

These tiny pieces add up to a future meal – one we can guarantee will be there for us no matter what the situation is in America – or around the world. So let's get dehydrating fresh food!

"After you've been dehydrating food for a while,
you reach a point where you treat your foods with such care,
and with a reverence that wasn't there before."

"After you've been
dehydrating
food for a while,
you reach a point where
you treat your foods
with such care,
and with a
reverence that
wasn't there before."

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