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Amazon sale on Excalibur Dehydrators

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Right now Amazon offering some great prices on the Excalibur Dehydrators.  Some are more than 60% off with free shipping!

If I could right now, I would purchase a second one.  These units are top notch quality.

Here is the link to check them out:

Amazon: Excalibur Dehydrator

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  1. Hey Thornburger! I am leaving a comment ! Actually-a question. What is the purpose of dehydrating? I mean I know the process-but do you “restore” the foods to use them? Example: the radishes. How do you use them after they are dehydrated?Do you soak them in a bit of water to make them come back to pre-dehydration state?

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    • Hey Kaffy!
      Okay..so here is why I dehydrate. First, it takes up so much less space! I don’t have room for all this stuff in my freezer. If I can it, it take so much more work and you lose nutrients. Dehydrated food actually saves more of the vitamins, etc..of the food. Yes, anything you dehydrate can be soaked and brought back to the original condition. I have to say, I don’t think it ever comes back exactly the same but neither does canning or freezing. You can throw things in soups and recipes. The radishes I do soak in water for about 15 to 20 minutes and poof! they are right back to being lovely and fresh. I like to throw radishes in soups, salads (like tuna and egg and potato salads) and also if you have never stir-fried some up with onions you are missing out. They are VERY yummy! On one of my previous days I posted a link to some videos that were done showing how to cook with your dehydrated food. This lady is amazing. Just a warning that she is strongly LDS (Mormon), I am not but that doesn’t stop me from gleaning from her! Hope that answered your question! 🙂

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  2. I forgot to also say, you don’t have to soak them before using them all the time. I throw them in to soups and casseroles without first soaking them. Just be sure there is enough moisture in the recipe for them to soak up.

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