Dehydrating

Preserving the Essentials for an Emergency

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Preservation Methods for the Essentials It is important to have certain staples on hand in the event of an emergency, disaster and in the event money is tight and running to the store for every meal is no longer an option.  I make it a goal to have a bulk...
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Dehydrating Bay Leaves

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Bay leaves hail from the Mediterranean in and around Turkey. They’re members of the laurel family, the leaves used to make wreaths for Olympic champions in the days before gold medals.  In the Middle Ages bay leaves were popular insecticides and medicine, their lauric acid is a good fix for...
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Using Dehydrated California Chilies

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Dehydrating is an easy, inexpensive way to preserve foods.  One of my best growing crops are my peppers – whether it is bell, jalapeno, Anaheim or habanero, peppers grow abundantly in my garden.   Even though I use a great amount of fresh peppers in my home canning and meal...
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Fun with Dehydrating

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September is National Preparedness month!  I had a great time at Rylee’s Ace Hardware this past weekend sharing dehydrating tips with customers interested in preserving food in the event of a disaster.  Here is a recap of my demonstration on Food Dehydrating… Dehydrating food is about being prepared!  When you...
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