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Easy Food Dehydrating Depot, Issue #014a - Jolly Old England
March 17, 2012

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Welcome - to issue 14a of
Easy Food Dehydrating Depot!
This is a re-send this month, due to having broken links in the original ... sorry about that! I hope they work for you all this time around!

This month's newsletter is coming to many of you from across the pond, in Derbyshire, England!

As promised, here's some fantastic local British buildings and landscapes worth painting if you're lucky enough to be gifted in the artful use a paint brush!

You'll find the legendary red Telephone Box and a thatched-roof Cottage.

In the food department is the all-time favorite: the Bacon Butty. The name 'butty' is used chiefly in the Northern United Kingdom and is actually just a sandwich!

The Bacon Butty does not stand alone; he's joined often by his brothers: the Chip Butty, and the Sausage Butty. I guess many of you know that 'chips' as in 'Chip Butty' are merely french fries of which England is famous for with its "fish and chips" piled on white paper, with a sprinkle of salt and a dash of malt vinegar - then folded on the diagonal - then finally wrapped up in a sheet of old newspaper for insulation!

Which One Works Best?

Which food dehydrator works best? It's a common question and a good question - but first, ask yourself how often you'll be needing to run it - is it for a large family, or just the two of you?

See our "food dehydrator" page for much more information on how to make that very important purchasing decision, and read what others have said about their dehydrators.

Cheap Homemade Refrigeration - The Zeer Pot!

While browsing my EFD friends' FaceBook postings, I came across a very inexpensive way to store and keep foods cool (along with any meds you may take) in an emergency situation, man-made or otherwise. This YouTube clip shows CrypticCRICKET assembling his Zeer Pot from supplies found in any garden center or home center! It's made with clay pots, sand, and a cloth!

You may want to do this simply from the desire to stop throwing money down the drain - so here is a way to keep foods cold without plugging in an electric appliance!

Send In Your Recipe Creations!

This issue brings you a new bread recipe -- or an adaptation of one -- here it is: herbed bread!

We welcome your recipe creations -- all we ask is that at least one ingredient in your recipe is from dehydrated food.

You'll be creating your very own page on this site, and be proud to share it with your friends!

Click on this: Share a Favorite Recipe. This takes you to our Easy Recipe Page where you can fill out a simple form to share your creation with us -- please send us pictures too! :-) The recipes with photos will be listed in the main body of the recipe listings page!

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