Most bins are NOT air-tight, but are OK to use nonetheless. create a "wall of dehydrated food." Took about three hours. If I'd have chosen to go with one video having a list of all the fruits and veggies' dehydrating temperatures, it would have meant you having to go back and forth between one video list to get pertinent dehydrating temperatures - and then having to go back to your fruit/veg of choice to continue with preparation information...Only use 2000cc oxygen absorbers in air-tight containers (buckets usually). If you don't have a spare closet (come on ladies... Hardest part was locating the curtains I had hidden up in the attic... Although dried fruits are ever-popular, you can also dry vegetables and herbs.So, when fresh garden tomatoes are overflowing your counter-tops in September, you can load them into your dehydrator and dry them to use through the winter.NOTE: We do NOT vacuum the air out of the Mylar bag, though we do add an oxygen absorber in the Mylar bag prior to sealing it up.
And plums make delicious prunes And not to be left out: Fido or Fifi can have his or her own quality pet food full of nourishing veggies: butternut squash, carrots, and celery - protein: chicken breast - grains: quinoa, and millet - carbs: sweet potato, and egg noodles - vitamins and minerals: alfalfa, bone meal, brewers yeast, and kelp!
Would highly recommend for anyone who wants to make good use of food dehydrating techniques!
IF You Are Serious About Food: Susan's course teaches you how to safely dehydrate fruits, vegetables, and meat for daily use AND for long-term food storage for any emergency situation.
Mylar bags - that "untearable, shiny, lightweight material"...
ideal for storing your dehydrated food pouches for long-term food storage.