It's the weekend! Get outside with family, go fruit picking, and then dry them just like @twinsontherun. Make memories!⠀
Have you heard? We’re giving away a Dehydrator, Paraflexx Drying Sheets, & a Mandolin! Be sure to check out our last post for details.
Enter Excalibur's Preserve Your Harvest Sweepstakes and win a 5-Tray Dehydrator + Mandoline Slicer + 5 Paraflexx Drying Sheets! ⠀
Everything you need to dry your favorite fruits, vegetables & herbs! Hurry! Contest ends 8/20/18! ⠀
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Make your own zucchini chips. Simply slice and dry. Dip your zucchini chips into guacamole, raw soups, or enjoy them plain.
Need step by step instructions? Click the link in our bio for a recipe. #nationalzucchiniday 📸: @homegrown.handmade
Life is looking peachy! ⠀
Drying peaches are simple. Clingstone peaches are best for dehydrating. Avoid immature peaches. Cut away any bruises and slice your peaches into 1/4" slices. Dehydrate at 135ºF until pliable approximately 8 -16 hours.⠀
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We bet you can't stop at one slice of this delicious Watermelon Jerky! 🍉It's one of our favorite summertime treats & so simple to make. All you have to do is slice it & dry it! It’s a great way to use leftover watermelon. ⠀
Your dehydrator-dried cake and cookies decorations will look so professional even your baker won't know for sure. They'll be perfect every time. Royal frosting flowers, piping gel, and color flow designs will dry in 1-3 hours at 110F.
Honey stored for a long time may crystallize into a hard solid mass. Don't throw it out! Instead, place the honey (in a glass container) in the dehydrator for 2 to 3 hours at 110F until no crystals remain. The best part is the process will not affect the nutritional value of the honey; it'll be as good as fresh.⠀
Pickle Powder is like a seasoning salt with a hint of dill pickle flavor. Sprinkle pickle powder on fries, popcorn, bloody marys, burgers, or baked potatoes! You'll be pickled you did. Tip: A little goes a long way! ⠀
***Click the link in our bio/profile for the recipe.***⠀
You've dried your favorite snacks. Now vacuum seal them and lock in the flavor.⠀
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