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Dehydrator Cookbook - The Complete Beginner's Guide to Dehydrate Preserve and Store Food with Simple and Healthy Recipes - cover

Dehydrator Cookbook - The Complete Beginner's Guide to Dehydrate Preserve and Store Food with Simple and Healthy Recipes

Michelle Vazquez

Publisher: shalombrain

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Summary

Food dehydration is the oldest form of food preservation techniques, it has existed for thousands of years with the earliest methods been sun and air drying, where raw food items were spread out under the sun and exposed to hot air for long periods to dry, but these days, with the advancement of modern technology and innovation, there are so many other methods to effective dehydration.

This Dehydrator Cookbook includes a detailed guide to cooking, dehydrating, storing, and reheating various kinds of foods, fruits, and vegetables. This Dehydrator Cookbook will help you take advantage of a surplus availability of fresh produce, save your money, and reduce excess food wastage.

Below is a list of what you will find inside;

Benefits of Food Dehydration
Effective Dehydrated Food Storage
A Ton of Delicious & Simple Recipes
Tips and Tricks to an Effective Dehydration
Practical Dehydration Techniques For The Best Results
Step-By-Step Instructions For Dehydration Fruits, Vegetables, Meat, and More

With a comprehensive step-by-step guide that even a complete beginner will understand, this Dehydrator Cookbook provides you with all the practical knowledge you need to know about food dehydration, and since you are ready to get started, scroll up, click the “Buy Now” link, get your copy today, and enjoy delicious new flavors with this brilliant cookbook!

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