Nesco with seven trays

by Sheila
(Kentucky)

I have the seven tray Nesco and I bought some of those non-stick sheets, they are very handy and have little finger cut-outs on the edges so you can lift them out easily!

I do notice that they stain, especially after dehydrating carrots, so I keep those sheets for carrots and sweet potatoes. The unstained sheets I use for fruits etc that don't stain!

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Good tips Sheila
by: Jen

Thanks for the tips on staining and what to watch out for!

Jen

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