Melody, I don't know what brand it is. It doesn't say anywhere on either of them--or on the one that has a box. My son gave me his to use several years ago and then I found an identical one at a rummage sale. It was still in the original plastic wrap inside the box and had never been used. So I now have two dehydrators with interchangeable trays and I use them continually during harvest season.
not to get off topic, but what type of dehydrator do you have Terri? I'm looking for one. I've heard good things about Cabela. Oh you are very lucky to have a tree producing apples right now. The price of apples has increased so much here that I refuse to buy any right now.
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I like tart apples, DH prefers a little sweeter. We both enjoy apple slices with cheddar cheese. We have a Fuji apple tree that is starting to produce a decent crop and that's the kind I normally buy at the store--Fuji and Granny Smith.
This year, we were blessed with a huge amount of apples, free for the picking. I dehydrated several gallon ziplock bags (about 10) of Snap, Golden Delicious and Granny Smiths; made applesauce from the Delicious and Granny Smiths combined; and apple butter from the Snaps. No pies yet, but I made a batch of applesauce cookies and will make some muffins today, I think.
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