This award winning book offers food safety tips and mouth watering recipes. The book gives step by step directions for drying foods, and recipes to make from the dried foods such as casseroles, cakes, and healthy roll-ups. Dehydrator Tip - Dehydrators cost between 4 - 6 cents an hour to use. Low costs for healthy snacks. Over 76 recipes are analyzed for fat, sodium, and calories and cholesterol to help maintain or improve your health goals. You'll find nutritional and tasty foods such as apple bread, spaghetti sauce, barbecue sauce and jerky. And you can make a wonderful snack of dried apples for just pennies when you use a food dehydrator. You can save 50 to 90 percent compared to commercially purchased foods when you use Dehydrate Delights. Storage is also made easier with this book's tips on how to preserve foods that you don't use right away. For instance, you can store five pounds of apples in a small plastic lunch bag. And this makes camping, and sports snacks easy to tote along. Dehydrator Delights is also perfect for teaching children concepts such as where do raisins come from. They can see for their own eyes when the food dehydrator is used.
|Publisher:||The Gifted Learning Project|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
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About the Author
This book includes a list of easily dehydrated foods and over 76 recipes and their nutritional requirements. You'll find healthy and tasty foods such as apple bread, spaghetti sauce, barbecue sauce, jerky and much more. You can make a wonderful snack of dried apples for just pennies when you use a food dehydrator… you can save 50 to 90 percent compared to commercially purchased foods when you use Dehydrate Delights. Storage is also made easier with this book's tips on how to preserve foods that you don't use right away. Dehydrating organic produce from your garden or Community SupportedAgriculture (CSA) year round is an excellent way to save time, money, and great quality produce; it allows you to lock in the goodness, providing benefits you can see and taste!
Noreen Jo Thomas has a Bachelor of Science degree in food and Nutrition and Microbiology. Noreen also teaches classes throughout the US. Thomas is a speaker, educator, and is post-laurete of the University of Minnesota's prestigious Siehl Award. She has also received Disney's highest award for community service for community gardens on her family's farm. Thomas has also received The American Hearts Association Highest Creative Excellence Award. Thomas and her family are certified organic farmers in the Red River Valley of Minnesota. A portion of the sales supports the Gifted Learning Project Nonprofit, which serves those with learning challenges. (giftedlearningproject.org) Thomas hopes to someday to see her dream become a reality in which those with disabilities, growing food for themselves and as well as others… much like Iceland and Germany.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
good book for using your dehydrator and recipts
Been to busy to do to much. But after the holidays I will have time to really enjoy some of the different foods. Beef Jerky is top on my list.
Would like a refund!