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Dehydrator

by David G. Culinary Director
Excalibur 2900ECB 9-Tray Food Dehydrator with Adjustable Thermostat for Temperature Control Patented Technology for Faster and Efficient Drying 15 Square Feet Drying Space Made in USA, 9-Tray, Black
Recommended Features
  • Dehydratring
  • Vegetables
  • Fruit
  • Meat
  • Fish
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Review on Dehydrator

9-trays and 15 square feet of drying space provides extra-large capacity for your favorite snacks
Trays do not need to be moved or rotated during dehydration
Adjustable Thermostat 105 degrees Fahrenheit to 165 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperature range is low enough to preserve active enzymes in fruits and vegetables and is also high enough to meet safety standards for dehydrating meat for jerky.
Great for large families, gardeners, and sportsmen.
Accurate temperature controls to dehydrate fruits, vegetables, nuts, meat for jerky, fruit puree for fruit roll-ups, flowers, herbs, pet treats, raise bread or make arts and crafts.
Remove trays if necessary to increase the height needed to dehydrate bulky items or raise dough
110/120 Voltage and 400 Watts

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