No, this isn't me instructing you how to do this, it's you answering some ignorant questions for me! 1st How do you store your dehydrated food, and why do you do it that way? I've heard jars, vacuum bags, freezer... Some even dehydrate, vacuum seal, and then freeze. Isn't this redundant and expensive? 2nd Is there any point to dehydrating frozen store-bought stuff? I recently dehydrated 3 bags of frozen corn, but am wondering why not store it in the freezer without dehydrating. 3rd I've read most things need to come out of the dehydrator "leathery", and I know store-bought dehydrated food has this consistency, but I'm having a great deal of trouble over-drying tomatoes so that they are "crispy". Are they still usable? How do you know when it is dry enough without being too dry? Thank you!