An avid food dryer for years, Brett walks you through the simple steps for dehydrating everything from traditional classics like apples and jerky to more unusual fare. Whether you’re following a raw food lifestyle or looking for new ways to make the most of your garden’s produce, this is an inside look at all aspects of dehydrating.
The Food Dehydrating Bible includes:
Straightforward, easy easy-to to-follow instructions
Dozens of recipes
One hundred color photographs
This is a must-have manual for beginners and dehydrating gurus alike!
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Principles of Dehydrating 1
Chapter 2 Dehydrating Fruits 13
Chapter 3 Dehydrating Vegetables 31
Chapter 4 Dehydrating Meat and Fish 43
Chapter 5 Dehydrating Breads 57
Chapter 6 Dehydrating Herbs and Spices 65
Chapter 7 Making "Instant" Foods 71
Chapter 8 Recipes 81
Chapter 9 Build Your Own Dehydrator 95
Recipe Journal 133