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With the easy-to-follow, step-by-step directions here, anyone can have fun, save money, and create delicious meals by dehydrating food. Learn the basic methods—sun drying, oven drying, net bag, and commercial food dehydrators—before moving on to drying herbs for tea, making your own tasty (and healthier) jerky, and so much more. Also included is a section on the nutritional benefits of drying food. With 164 recipes ranging from breads to desserts, soups to pies, and cereals to entrees, Dehydrating Food is a book for anyone who is interested in learning how to save money and create delicious meals by drying their own food.
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About the Author
Shrley Bills is the co-author (along with Jay Bills) of Dehydrating Food.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The first few pages are about basic dehydrating with some charts, etc. Unfortunately, on the nook version half the charts are missing from the pages. There are a handful of fruit leather recipes. The rest of the recipes are standard recipes that use rehydrated dried food in them. It is not a cookbook for making meals that can then be dehydrated. The recipes sound good, but the ingredient list is frequently missing amounts. Just a question mark instead of how many cups of something the recipe requires. I don't know if this is just a problem with the ebook version, or if they actually let this go to press like this. Either way I could never recommend anyone spend money on this joke of a cookbook.