The Dehydrator Bible
Welcome to the new-old world of food dehydration. Whether you grow your own food, buy it locally from farmer's markets or farmstands or even buy it from a regular supermarket, seasonality still affects its price and abundance. It just makes sense to preserve food for times when it's not as plentiful, or not available at all. Drying food is a wonderfully tasty way to do this.
Incorporating the age-old practices of food dehydration takes full advantage of what nature offers. All the wonderful recipes are still here and there is a bonus section on everything from pet treats to crafts and homemade gifts. What has changed is that the "Everything You Need to Know About Dehydrating Foods" section has been expanded to include even more comprehensive and complete information about dehydrating foods along with even more tips and techniques.
384 pages, over 400 recipes, full color photos, ideal for beginners or experienced dehydrators, Authors - Jennifer MacKenzie, Jay Nutt and Don Mercer