Dehydrating Foods Is Easy And Healthy For Us
Dehydrating foods is one of the oldest methods of preservation there is, dating back many centuries. In the 15th century fruits and vegetables were dried by being laid in the sun. The very first food dehydrator
was developed in France in 1795
During growing season dehydrating foods became more in demand when an abundance of fruits and vegetables are available. Dehydrating is a wonderful way to preserve surplus foods for future use.
When using an excalibur dehydrator most of the enzymes and nutrients are retained. Thus making your foods easier for your body to assimilate and digest. No chemicals or additives are required to preserve these foods.
The flavours are enhanced and improved because the natural sugars are concentrated, making sweet, natural snacks.
This method can also be used to preserve fresh herbs, making raw crackers, and natural fruit rolls up. Both these methods require only fresh fruit in the case of the roll ups, and fresh vegetables and flax, oil and braggs in the case of the crackers. Thus assuring you good quality snacks, not loaded with flours, eggs, dairy products, sugars etc.
These foods are super easy to store, have a long shelf life, and can be easily taken along when travelling, hiking, camping etc, or just for those people who are always on the go!
To rehydrate foods, simply soak them in distilled water or freshly squeezed fruit juices. This method works best for such things as blueberries or other berries, and vegetables when adding to soups and other dishes
is great for doing small jobs or large jobs. We usually prepare alot of food at once so we can have a steady supply on hand. With the 9 tray system we can do alot at once. It's an awesome way to consume clean nutrious foods wherever you are!
An excellent dehydrator to own when deciding what appliance works best for you. This durable machine is great for large jobs and comes with an amazing warranty for you the consumer!
Indulge in these incredible raw crackers, made with carrot pulp from your juicer. This recipe uses no flour, and no eggs, just wholesome foods from nature.
Fruit Roll Ups
Tempt your taste buds with these healthy fruit roll ups, made with 100% natural ingredients with no additives.
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