- By Phyllis Hobson

Garden Way's Guide to Food Drying: How to Dehydrate, Store and Use Vegtables, Fruits and Herbs

  • Title: Garden Way's Guide to Food Drying: How to Dehydrate, Store and Use Vegtables, Fruits and Herbs
  • Author: Phyllis Hobson
  • ISBN: 9780882661551
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Paperback
  • Garden Way s Guide to Food Drying How to Dehydrate Store and Use Vegtables Fruits and Herbs Here s what you will find in it How to dry all the vegetables and fruits plus mushrooms meat fish eggs and dairy products grains herbs and even flowers Three methods for drying foods your over

    Here s what you will find in it How to dry all the vegetables and fruits, plus mushrooms, meat, fish, eggs and dairy products, grains, herbs, and even flowers Three methods for drying foods, your over, the sun, or a dehydrator How to use these foods Dozens of recipes How to make breakfast foods, crackers, croutons, jerky, herb teas, butters, vinegar, fruit and vegatabHere s what you will find in it How to dry all the vegetables and fruits, plus mushrooms, meat, fish, eggs and dairy products, grains, herbs, and even flowers Three methods for drying foods, your over, the sun, or a dehydrator How to use these foods Dozens of recipes How to make breakfast foods, crackers, croutons, jerky, herb teas, butters, vinegar, fruit and vegatable leathers, dried soup mixtures, snacks for low calorie munching for you and your children How to judge commercial dehydrators before you buy one And how to make your own dehydrator A report with diagrams and instructions on one built, tested, and approved by Garden way.

    1 thought on “Garden Way's Guide to Food Drying: How to Dehydrate, Store and Use Vegtables, Fruits and Herbs

    1. This was fine, but what I am actually interested in is making meals out of dried foods, for example for backpacking. The book addresses this briefly, but it is mostly, as the name implies, about drying food yourself. This seems somewhat interesting to me, but I don't really feel motivated to do it right now, since we have a great hippie grocery store with lots of dried food in bulk.

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