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Rotting Vegetables? Stinky spuds?
NOT ON OUR WATCH!
Easy Food Dehydrating is here to show you how you can stop wasting money and enjoy your favorite fruits and veggies all year long.
See how easy it is to dehydrate beef, chicken, and turkey!
We use pre-cooked meats. It's safer, saves time, and takes care of leftovers.
At Easy Food Dehydrating, we'll show you how to dehydrate frozen foods too. When fresh isn't available seasonally, buy it frozen when it's on sale at your grocery store.
Grab bags of frozen peas and corn — onions too!
Frozen foods are great ~ you actually save one of the six dehydrating steps in many cases — by buying frozen.
Dehydrate food instead of throwing it down the disposal because you "forgot about it" in the bottom drawer of the refrigerator — or because you had too much left over at the end of the season!
Both are perfectly good reasons to dehydrate food. Use it up to make healthy hiking food and picnic treats.
And for preppers with survival food in mind : all you need to know about food storage containers. Store your dehydrated food safely in Mason jars for daily/weekly use, or vacuum-seal dehydrated food in bags for safe long-term storage. Here's a list to look at:
Go find an under-used closet — or make room along a bare wall!
We have tasty recipes made with dehydrated food.
Don't forget the family pet: Make Your Own Dog Food!
Yes, you CAN make your own dog food — our Miniature Pinscher is thriving — she's ten years old and doesn't look a day over five!
Make Chicken Chow Dog Food and make your dog a happier, healthier dog.
Our recipe is chock-full of goodness: sweet potatoes (and/or butternut squash), celery, carrots, chicken stock (that doesn't contain onion. Why? Onion is poisonous to dogs). Also added are quinoa and millet, plus real chicken breasts.
You now have a sure-fire way of pleasing your pooch. He'll lavish you with licks when you serve this healthy dinner to your best friend!