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I didn't want to have ONE lecture as a blanket-statement covering the dehydrating temperatures.
I wanted to make it easy for you to see that carrots dehydrate at 125°F to 135°F - and meats at 160°F - posted right there in their specific video lectures!
When you need to come back to fruit leathers in the future, you'll see right there in their video that they dehydrate at a higher temperature.
“I read that dehydrators are the in thing this year.
The Excalibur™ dehydrators come in many sizes; from the 4-tray starter all the way to 9-tray models! Long products, such as spaghetti, do well by this method.
Susan is obviously very experienced with using a food dehydrator and I enjoy watching how she shares all the tricks she's learned over the years.
Tips on everything from the use of oxygen bags to how to rehydrate foods to specific temperature settings for different fruits, vegetables and meats.
Yes, I vacuum-seal spaghetti - for the purpose of keeping it - and the box dry - Small Mason jars need smaller oxygen absorbers and I'll tell you what sizes best fit small- to medium Mason jars.
Also I'll go over the sizes needed for the food bag/pouches, and for long-term storage: what size you'll need that slip inside the Mylar bags before the final sealing of the Mylar bags that contain three or four of your sealed pouches.
With all the turmoil world-wide, it behooves us to have enough food on-hand for at least a couple of months...