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How to Keep the Flies off the Dehydrators

If you dehydrate a lot of food, then flies can be a problem when it is drying. The smell of drying meat attracts all kinds of insects, including flies. The presence of flies is unhygienic, and it can lead to infection and decomposition of the meat. If you are bothered by the flies that find their way to the meat drying in your dehydrator, you can find a few simple solutions to keep the flies away from the food.

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How Long Do Dehydrated Apples Last

dehydrated apples

Drying apples is one of the best ways to store them for a long time without any issue. They are not only sweet and chewy but also a very nutritious snack to consume. You can use it for your backpacking or camping activities anytime. Moreover, it is a fantastic ingredient that you can include in the winter compotes or making applesauce. The leftover cores of the apples can be used for making jelly, vinegar or homemade pectin.

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Does a Dehydrator with Higher Watts Dry Faster?

Round Shape High Watt Dehydrator

Do you have a food dehydrator at home? Does it dehydrate faster? What is its wattage power?

The wattage power of the dehydrator is one of the critical things that we consider while buying the food dehydrator from the market. The dehydrator machine utilizes the wattage power for dehydrating the food at a certain speed and effect. But does a dehydrator with higher watts dry faster?

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When were Food Dehydrators Invented?

Electrical Food Dehydrator

According to us, the introduction of food dehydrators was a discovery in comparison to an invention. The technique of drying food is quite old and famous in different parts of the world. Earlier people used the sun drying method for preserving food for a long time. But it used to take many days. With the introduction of the food dehydrators in the market, now people don’t have to spend too much time in drying the food, and also they don’t have to keep a continuous eye on the food during the drying process.

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