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    Dehydrating frozen veg I do this alll the time , hit a GREAT sale an dry it all!

    dehydrated dinners

    Beginners guide to dehydrating foods.

    Dehydrating Fruit How-to

    A dehydrator is a wise investment for any prepper. Photo by Vassilik

    Got Leftover Buttermilk? Freeze It!

    Dehydrating veggies and fruits

    Canning website, lots of recipes's guide to dehydrating everything.

    DIY instant broth with the vegetables of your personal taste. e.g. carrots, leek, onions (with skin, gives an extra spicy touch), garlic, celery root, parsley and parsley root, nutmeg, lovage, pepper, a bit of chili and lots of sea salt. Clean the vegetables, shred/grind them and put them on a baking sheet on parchment paper. Let it all dry for 12-14 hours on 80°C in the oven, let the oven door a bit open. Then mix it, if you like. Store in jars, it has a shelf life of quite a few months!

    List of dry and canned goods for your well-stocked pantry or cupboards:

    5 Amazing Apple Fruit Leather Recipes |

    good to remember

    Introduction to Dehydrating--Food Storage and Survival Radio

    Know your cuts!

    The dehydrator was first introduced in 1795 in France as an appliance for drying fruits and vegetables. What manufacturers specify as the use of a dehydrator has come a long way since then. While fruits and vegetables are definitely viable candidates for dehydrating, your dehydrator can dry a variety of other foods and even some non-food items as...

    what you can & can't freeze - absolutely great info!

    Ten Simple Steps Toward Self-Sufficiency - Backdoor Survival

    Great tips for freezing your fresh garden produce. Flash freeze raspberries, blackberries, and strawberries to keep them from sticking together, store fresh spinach without blanching, and more helpful tricks. Keep everything fresh in Ziploc® bags and containers.