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  • Olga Schultz

    How To: Make A Food Dehydrator Here is a great video from the folks at This free tutorial outlines the steps for turning an old refrigerator or freezer into a food dehydrator. We love this idea! I have tried a few homemade solar dehydrators but they didn’t really work because of humidity. This appears to take care of that problem and prevents the purchase of a new dehydrator while keeping an old appliance out of the land fill.  See more at: ...

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  • Lou

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