If you follow our six simple steps to make sure you dehydrate your garden's goodies and great buy-one-get-one deals from your local grocery store, you'll soon be creating tasty dishes made from your very own stock of dehydrated fruits and vegetables!
Stop throwing away fresh foods that you forgot were in the bottom drawer of the refrigerator, or worse that have rotted away!
There's nothing WORSE than the smell
of rotten potatoes AKA Stinkin' Spuds!
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So there you have it.
1) Buy it (very easy!)
2) Prepare it
3) Dehydrate it
4) Condition it
5) Vacuum and seal it
6) Store it safely.
The six easy steps that ensure you not only prepare your foods correctly, but also package your dehydrated food safely for short- or long-term storage in plastic lidded bins, or airtight buckets with lids. Our food storage page covers the correct use of the oxygen absorbers, and what size to use. (More on oxygen absorbers here.)
Be aware that you can dehydrate frozen food, canned food - it doesn't always have to be fresh food! When you use frozen foods, it does save one of the prep steps. Each fruit and veggie listed goes over the steps in detail regarding fresh and frozen foods.
Take advantage of our free eBook that goes over the six steps in a little more detail. Go get it at the top of the page!
If you're ready to get started with more in-depth info., then do yourself a favor and check out our two Udemy video courses: a full 3-hour course, and a one-hour course. If you prefer a book in your hand, check out our paperback and eBook versions too!
Thanks for stopping by and we wish you many years of happy Easy Food Dehydrating!