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Tribest Sedona Dehydrator by AnAppleADay Posted Mon 13 Jun 2011 12:55pm I love to try out different kitchen utensils in making recipes and delicious food. I love making raw food recipes since Ani Phyo is one of my favorite raw food chefs. Tribest has various kitchen tools that can be used for raw food recipes. Today, I bring you their latest product, Sedona Food Dehydrator! Accurate, Efficient, an ... Read on »
Dehydrating Food by Anya S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:54pm Here is an article on food dehydration that Eric found. It looks like the only vitamins lost during the dehydration process are vitamins A and C. Drying Foods Read on »
Dehydrated, Fresh, & Roasted Veggies by LoveVeggiesYoga Posted Wed 11 Nov 2009 10:04pm How's Thursday going?  (Publishing early in case you're wondering.) I am doing fabulously because I am the proud owner of some new bedroom furniture!  As I mentioned in this post, I was going to be getting a furniture delivery and I got my dresser! And a new desk.  This is where the blogging action happens. I had previously p ... Read on »
Exciting Tribest Sedona Dehydrator Giveaway!!! by AnAppleADay Posted Sun 19 Jun 2011 3:12pm 1 Comment Do you guys remember my excitement in reviewing Sedona Dehydrator ? I’ve been posting reviews/recipes using this dehydrator for this past week. Now, I bring YOU, my lovely readers, the excitement. One very lucky winner will have a chance to own this same exact, beautiful, invention of Sedona Dehydrator!!! OMG, I am so excited to share my lo ... Read on »
NEW YEAR, NEW RECIPES: marinated mushrooms, marinated dehydrated mushrooms, cheezy dehydrated broccoli bites, cheezy kale chips, by PrettySmartOne .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 01 Jan 2013 7:41pm POST #875 I had big plans for today (editing a book I want to put on Kindle), but, when I finally fell out of bed at 7 a.m. (2 hours later than my usual wake-up time), I went to the kitchen, looked around, thought about what was in the refrigerator that should get used, thought some more about the mushrooms I marinated yesterday, and thought ... Read on »
Dehydrator Free Raw Vegan Energy Bars by Gena Patient Expert Posted Mon 09 Aug 2010 7:54pm For a good while now, I’ve been meaning to create a homemade raw, vegan energy bar. My primary motivation is economic: this is going to be a lean autumn, and I can no longer afford to drop $$ on Larabars and Lydia’s buckwheat bars (even though I love them both, and would buy them by the bushel if I could afford to). Another motive is cul ... Read on »
Dehydrator Recipes: Healthy Kids’ Snacks (Guest Post) by Michele L. Tune Patient Expert Posted Tue 08 Sep 2009 10:32pm 1 Comment Note from Raw Juice Girl: In case you’re just tuning in, I wanted to bring you up-to-date by sharing (as I did in my last post ) that I’m now the proud, new owner of a 9-tray Excalibur dehydrator. I’m beyond ecstatic; I’m overwhelmed with joy, gratitude, and so much more! So, I asked around to see if anyone had any favorite dehydrator recipes ... Read on »
How to Dehydrate Without a Dehydrator by Ali S. Posted Sat 27 Aug 2011 10:03pm by Ali Seiter As I’ve lamented time and time again, I do not own a dehydrator. I can’t effectively draw moisture out of kale chips, juice pulp crackers, or seed-based flatbreads. I can’t set my machine to 115° and let it whir for hours on end. I can’t attend the seances or vegetable-drying fiestas I know all tho ... Read on »
Are You Dehydrated? by Parker Health Solutions .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 22 Apr 2010 11:55am Chances are that you are dehydrated and you probably don’t know it.   Studies show that 75% of Americans are dehydrated. Now we are not talking about desert island dehydration, but not consuming enough water for optimum function. When we think of “getting healthy” and cleaning up our diet most of us think of eating more fresh wholesome food, ma ... Read on »
Dehydrating Blueberries for Trailmix by Happy Mother Runner Posted Tue 11 Sep 2012 8:00pm Fall is upon us, which means I go into crazy chipmunk mode. It might be my country roots coming out, or it might be that I was actually a chipmunk in one of my last lives. But either way I am stocking up for the winter by dehydrating and freezing some of my favorite fruits. Today I tried my hand out some yummy blueberries. The key to ge ... Read on »