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  1. General Food and Foraging Discussion
    I have an Excalibur 9 tray dehydrator. I got it mainly because so many on forums like this were saying how good they are. I needed to get serious about my preps so I sucked it up and bought one. I must say that I've had limited success with it. Either I'm not doing it right or that's just the...
  2. General Food and Foraging Discussion
    I've been curious about preserving greens for hard times for the animals and ourselves. So this weekend my daughter thinned the carrots and beets. So since the tops were so beautiful I decided to learn how to dehydrate them. I had already done collards and spinach but not tried anything that...
  3. General Food and Foraging Discussion
    A lot of recipes i see call for adding bouillon cubes for flavor. Unfortunately the store-bought cubes seem to be mostly salt. I've found some web pages that describe how to make home-made bouillon cubes, but they're all for frozen cubes. I really want something I can dehydrate, since it would...
  4. General Food and Foraging Discussion
    So to expand on this interesting thread on with a followup question http://www.preparedsociety.com/forum/f36/im-confused-why-do-my-own-dehydrating-when-i-can-buy-cheap-6761/ My question is this, if your current situation does not allow for doing your own dehydration, i.e. I'm a busy city...
  5. General Food and Foraging Discussion
    It seems like all of the forums I read direct me to do my own dehydrating, so I am a little intimidated to ask what is probably a newbie question. Why dehydrate the food yourself when there are so many places you can buy it for cheap. For example, I recently found Emergency Dehydrated Food...
  6. Gardening and Agriculture
    gypsysue ... had a good question, one which I have no clue about ... :o So how about some rehydrate tips ... :D
  7. General Food and Foraging Discussion
    I am not particularly pushing a certain company vs. another, but trying to buy dehydrated or freeze dried foods can be expensive at a lump sum, however something I have done recently. I bought 3 months worth of Mountain House from Sportsmansguide not too long ago, but then was concerned on...
  8. General Food and Foraging Discussion
    My wife is preparing for an 1800 mile bicycle trip next month. She's been busy dehydrating food and packaging freeze dried food from our storage supplies. This is an experpt from her online blog. I've (Susan) been dehydrating food to take along on the bike trip. I shredded potatoes...
  9. General Food and Foraging Discussion
    I have a food dehydrator and was wonder if I could effectively dehydrate venison/beef burger? We've done jerky before but I was wondering about burger. Cook it first? Season it? How long will it keep? Our jerky didn't keep as long as I thought it would. Once dehydrated soaking it in water then...
  10. General Food and Foraging Discussion
    I have never really bought any dehydrated/dried foods before except hashbrowns and instant potatoes. So I just bought the veggie combo and the fruit combo from Honeyville Grains. You get 6 different cans in each combo. They arrived today. Since it would be senseless for me to stock up on...
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