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How to Keep Food from Sticking to Dehydrator Trays

If there is one thing that all dehydrating enthusiasts dislike, it is food sticking to dehydrator trays. Not only does it lead to wastage of dried food, it is also irritating because the dried food is difficult to get off from the trays. People who dehydrate a lot of food often wonder how to keep food from sticking to dehydrator trays.

Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast drying large amounts of jerky when hiking or backpacking or you’re a housewife looking to dry surplus product for next season, you must have faced the problem of food sticking to dehydrator trays. When you’re drying in bulk, food getting stuck to sheets means wastage of food as well as your time spend in preparing the food.

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How to Know Food is Dry When Using a Dehydrator?

What you with your surplus food which left in your kitchen? Throw them away or dehydrate them for the future use?

Well! Dehydrating food is a useful way to preserve foods like fruits, vegetables, spices and herbs for the later use. You can stock your dried food for several months. In fact, it also benefits in stopping the wastage of the food.

Do you use a food dehydrator for drying food?

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How to Dehydrate Eggplant with a Food Dehydrator

It is true that almost all types of foods including herbs, spices, vegetables, and fruits can dry in a food dehydrator and eggplants also included in that list. You can use the dried eggplant in making some yummy and delicious recipes.

Some people do not like the eggplants in the dried form as its color changes when you rehydrate them. But this is an individual choice for sure. If you have a garden in your home in which lots of eggplants are grown then, drying them in the food dryer is the best option. Using an electric food dehydrator for drying eggplants is much better way than the sun drying to avoid any spoilage.

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How to Dehydrate Honey?

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There are lots of things which we can dry in a food dehydrator. But do you know that we can also dry honey in the food dehydrator? 

Yes, you heard it right. Honey can also get dry, and it tastes quite yummy. Usually, we use honey in most of our recipes for sweetening purposes. Honey is one of the best sources of energy that improves your immune system also and the same benefit it offers when consuming in the dried form.

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How to Properly Organize your Dehydrated Food

Opt for decluttering, when it comes to organizing your dehydrated food. Declutter food storage, getting rid of old or expired items and also get the advantage of eliminating the food you do not eat (1). After clearing out the old clutter, you will find it easier to get more room and this will free up space. To carry out these steps correctly, you need guidance, and that is what this article will attempt to do.

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Best Way To Clean Dehydrator Trays

Best Way To Clean Dehydrator Trays

Cleaning dehydrator trays is something that most people don’t look forward to because it’s a hard and messy job to clean off the food residue from the trays. Often, people clean these trays but they’re not able to get them completely clean and there is food residue stuck to the trays. This food residue not only makes the next batch of food taste of the previous batch, but the presence of external food particles also makes the dehydration process longer.

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How to Soak and Dehydrate Pecan nuts

how to dehydrate Pecan Nuts

Nuts and seeds are great when eaten on their own, but when you dehydrate nuts and seeds, you can give them a crunchy texture that’s even more delicious. Some of the most popular dehydrated nuts are pecan nuts. Pecan nuts are used in a wide range of recipes and once you dehydrate these, the flavor of these nuts becomes even more delicious and these can be used for making all kinds of delicious and savory treats like pies, cookies, cakes, salads and just about anything.

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How to Dehydrate Bananas in Food Dehydrator

Bananas are one of the most wholesome foods that contain a wide range of nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. A popular snack, bananas can be made even better when they’re dehydrated as chips or fruit leather to be consumed at a later date. Bananas are a nutritious source of vitamins and minerals and dehydrating bananas is a simple process that can give you a unique and flavorsome snack.

With a good dehydrator in your kitchen, you can dehydrate large batches of bananas to keep them as a snack for traveling, hiking or vacations. What’s more, you can also rehydrate the bananas to make delicious snacks like pudding.

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