The Ultimate Dehydrator Cookbook: The Complete Guide To Drying Food, Plus 398 Recipes, Including Making Jerky, Fruit Leather & Just-Add-Water Meals
  • The Ultimate Dehydrator Cookbook: The Complete Guide To Drying Food, Plus 398 Recipes, Including Making Jerky, Fruit Leather & Just-Add-Water Meals
  • The Ultimate Dehydrator Cookbook: The Complete Guide To Drying Food, Plus 398 Recipes, Including Making Jerky, Fruit Leather & Just-Add-Water Meals
  • The Ultimate Dehydrator Cookbook: The Complete Guide To Drying Food, Plus 398 Recipes, Including Making Jerky, Fruit Leather & Just-Add-Water Meals
ISBN: 0811713385
EAN13: 9780811713382
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 15, 2014
Pages: 368
Dimensions: 1" H x 9.9" L x 8" W
Weight: 2.03 lbs.
Format: Paperback

The Ultimate Dehydrator Cookbook: The Complete Guide To Drying Food, Plus 398 Recipes, Including Making Jerky, Fruit Leather & Just-Add-Water Meals

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Book Overview

The dehydrator is an incredibly useful tool for long-term food storage and making the most of your garden harvest. The Ultimate Dehydrator Cookbook contains everything you need to know to get the greatest value from a home dehydrator.- Includes tips on selecting a dehydrator, as well as proper sanitation, storage, and rehydration techniques- Individual entries on how to dehydrate all manner of berries, fruits, vegetables, greens, herbs, and edible flowers include information on how to prep, dehydration temperatures, and times- Includes recipes for making your own teas, herb blends and rubs, flavored oils, instant baby food, jerky, and fruit leathers- Includes nearly 400 recipes for cooking from your dehydrator pantry. There is an entire chapter dedicated to slow cooker recipes using dehydrated ingredients and one on dehydrated meals for backpackers and campers

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5
   The fruit leather's amazing and surprisingly low sugar. Fantastic stuff!
My Gosh, my gosh! I wouldn't have thought to use my dehydrator to make fruit leather, but it is absolutely amazing, especially the peach mango! And it is really low on sugar content, with only 1 tablespoon for every 2 cups of fruit! We have fruit trees and we're avid hikers so that this is a game changer for us. My food processor can make 12 cups at a time, and so can the dehydrator, so that I can easily scale the recipe. The second and 3rd picture show my peaches off the tree and dehydrated per the book, ready later on for fruity oatmeal. If you do not have a dehydrator yet, I absolutely love this food dehydrator 3926TB, black.
 
5
   It is absolutely the BEST dehydrator book I have
EVERYONE should have this book! Everyone should have it! '' It is absolutely the BEST dehydrator book I have ever had, and I have Mary Bell's, Ball Blue Book and several others. Tammy Gangloff lays out the dehydration in SIMPLE steps, LOGICAL sections, short but to the point, with TIPS and insights that come for experience only. I have 3 Excalibur dehydrators and have been dehydrating for over a decade and found LOTS of USEFUL, easy to grab info while dehydrating and even new wonderful recipes, I am ecstatic!! Tammy Rocks! : Tammy Rocks! I HIGHLY HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS book, The Ultimate Dehydrator Cookbook!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ! !
 
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   Waste of pages with repeating information
In my opinion, it is not worth it, over 50% of the book is the same page duplicated with a different heading for fruit vegetable. A one-page chart would replace over 100 pages. It fell short of hype. If it was a new chart with a recipe booklet, it would be more helpful for the nice dehydrator owner, if it was a nice chart with a recipe booklet. It was helpful to get me started, however, and I do use it once in awhile as a reference. This book may be more helpful to others, Pros Guide for how to slice, dehydro time, recipes, some do's and don 'tsCons waste of pages with repeating information. Tells you to coat everything with lemon juice or citric acid, but leaves you hanging to figure it out on your own. So why do I buy this book?
 
5
   I love this book
I love this book. I love it. It is a perfect reference manual for how to dry everything, and there are tons of recipes with dried ingredients. So far I have dried the vegetables and fruits and made powders and a few leathers, but I have used the book as a guideline and seems to be right. Definitely a must-have if you are dehydrating and want to get started hydrating! !
 
2
   misleading title
This is a recipe book as in figuring out what to make with dehydraTED food. Not sure how to dehydrate. There is a chapter on how to dehydrate and the rest are recipes like a cookbook. Is not what I was looking for.
 
2
   So much corn syrup!
However, I am disappointed in the amount of recipes calling for corn syrup. I am not wanting to create wholesome recipes from my garden foods and then add corn syrup. I continue to look for recipes with better ingredients, thanks.
 
4
   Fairly informative
I tend to be suspicious of any food prep book or cookbook that styles itself as “ultimate ''. This book is said to be useful for someone relatively new to food dehydration and storage. Well organized, has an excellent index. The author pretty much writes for using an Excalibur dehydrator, so that some tips are not applicable to a good stacking '' dehydrator, but most of the information is useful for a stacker type. I use a round food dehydrator called Presto dehydro and wanted a book that would expand my food dehydrating horizons. I purchased this book as well as another similar book, which is well recommended and available on Amazon. '' They have slightly different methods of preparing foods for dehydration, and both are written by Excalibur users. Between these 2 books and a wealth of information online, I can get a pretty good idea of what foods dehydrate and store well and what preparation methods are the best.
 
5
   Packed full of helpful information.
In this book, there is a lot of information. It is the kind of reference that you will read multiple times. Some really basic ideas and recipes I want to try, plus creative information on dehydrating all kinds of food.
 
4
   I dislike wearing gloves so I just make sure my hands ...
This one was a gift. I own a copy of this '', I also own a copy of it. I find the book helpful ''. I think the author may have gone a bit overboard when it comes to cleanliness. For example, I dislike wearing gloves, so I make sure my hands are clean. I may tend to dry things over dry, but I have found that most of my drying times are quite a bit longer than the author recommends. I live on the west coast of Oregon, where the humidity is usually quite high. I'm pretty sure that this contributes to the extended drying times in my Excalibur Dehydrator. In the book there are quite a few recipes. The only ones I have really used are for beef jerky. All in all, a pretty good book.
 
5
   easy to understand and fun to read
Thorough, easy to read and fun to understand. It opens a whole world of dehydrating to me! I can not imagine using another thing to make my dehydrating experience better.
 
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