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MARTIET's Photo MARTIET Posts: 2,400
9/22/08 8:09 A

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Good question...does anybody know? I would think a lot would depend on your shelving and circulation?

~Martha

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9/17/08 8:43 P

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Hi.
I do not have a dehydrator; but I do have a big oven/roaster thingie.....Would that work on a low temperature for a long time? It would beat turning on the big oven....

LILFARM's Photo LILFARM Posts: 54
9/13/08 7:46 P

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Cabelas has the best dehydrator I have ever used. The larger one can hold 50+ lbs of peaches, etc. I love it. Though it is a bit pricey $300-$400. I bought mine on sale at Christmas time.

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AMISHPRINCESS's Photo AMISHPRINCESS Posts: 4,663
9/13/08 8:36 A

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Hi Martiet!

Glad to see you post. I missed you, you're probably busy with home schooling, canning and freezing.

LIsa

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MARTIET's Photo MARTIET Posts: 2,400
9/13/08 6:24 A

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I have one somewhere, but have never gotten around to trying it. Sorry.

~Martha

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9/5/08 4:32 P

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We have one, but I haven't used it yet. I want to dry some berries so we can use it when we make granola (the dried fruit is always so expensive!). I'll try to use it soon, then I can give some feedback.

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MECORKERY Posts: 12,098
9/4/08 9:01 A

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I used to have one too, I wasn't impressed

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AMISHPRINCESS's Photo AMISHPRINCESS Posts: 4,663
9/4/08 7:56 A

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I wish I could help you out. I have a dehydrator but don't use it, it's older and I don't care for the way food turns out.
Lisa

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ONE OF THE BEST EXERCISES WE CAN DO IS TO PUSH OURSELVES AWAY FROM THE DINNER TABLE.
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9/3/08 9:48 P

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I am thinking of purchasing a food dehydrator, and wondered if anyone had recommendations. I looked at the Excalibur, and it seems nice, although pricey!

~Beth~

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