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a solar dehydrator made out of an old refrigerator

DIY Food Dehydrator

How you can make your own Homemade or DIY solar food dryer? Here're 8 free Plans and Ideas for building best solar food dryer.

Solar Dehydrator plans and instructions - wonderful for sun-dried tomatoes, herbs, apple chips, banana chips, etc.

Dehydrator Recipe Roundup- 20 recipes that use your dehydrator for everything from cayenne beef jerky from a roast to sweet-tart dried kiwi to homemade yogurt! Preserve the harvest and provide healthy snacks at the same time!

This website (diy natural) teaches you how to make anything & everything homemade & natural. From compost, to peanut butter, to tooth paste, to deodorant, to cleaners/detergents, & more :)

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Preserving Meat Without Refrigeration

Solar-powered water distiller, meant to provide 5 liters of drinkable water every day. Brilliant.

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Quick and easy solar dehydrator

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How to build a Solar Food Dehydrator

DIY Plans for the BEST EVER Solar Dehydrator: Nearly two decades of expert testing and experimentation have gone into producing these solar food dehydrator plans. The resulting food dryer isn’t just efficient and off-grid — it’s also highly cost-effective for anyone wanting to preserve large amounts of food at home. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

How to Build a Root Cellar for Food Storage You can build a root cellar that acts as a refrigerator @Tia Lappe in the spring and summer and a safe-from-freezing pantry in the fall and winter.

A #solar_grill developed by Professor David Wilson at MIT allows users to cook emissions-free day or night. The grill uses a Fresnel lens and solar energy to melt down a container of Lithium Nitrate, which acts as a battery storing thermal energy for up to 25 hours. The stored heat can be used to cook at temperatures above 450ºF.