How to Dry Foods by Deanna Delong

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By Deanna Delong

In case you dry nutrients, you're saving every little thing: strength, foodstuff, funds, and, better of all, flavor. This step by step advisor to drying every kind of culmination, greens, and nuts can be the main entire reference to be had for tactics of drying and residential dehydrating gear. the one publication had to grasp this age-old culinary culture, the best way to Dry meals includes:
Step-by-step directions on tips on how to dry a large choice of foods
Updated information regarding gear and drying techniques
More than a hundred scrumptious recipes, from major classes to cakes and more
Helpful charts and tables for at-a-glance reference
Food defense tips
Clever crafts which are made up of dried meals

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