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  • Erin Sigala

    Solar food dehydrator from an old fridge

  • Donna Boyer

    Homesteading / Survivalism shared Canning, Preserving and Dehydrating Food'

  • Zanette McCoy

    a solar dehydrator made out of an old refrigerator In the garden

  • Lynda Moore

    A solar dehydrator, made of an old fridge, dries various fruit and herbs from Bullock Brothers Homestead via Cultivating Conscience blog

  • C Reign

    diy food dehydrator

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