Wow that looks great,can't wait to see your goodies. shame we don't live closer lol for taste testing yumm yumm xx
I'd think you'd live in a good climate for air-drying, though I'm sure the new unit is more dependable.
I am sure you will get lots of use out of it. Imagine dried zucchini, onion, carrot for soups and yum, fruit straps!
We have one..not as fancy or big as yours..but love apple rings, banana slices, mango puree..like rollups, mango slices, apricots and others that I can't remember right now..so delicious and takes full advantage of cheap or home grown fruit.
That looks great...just imagine all the dried fruit you are going to be able to preserve...let us all know how it goes wont you?
The humdity here is a killer but your climate would be ideal I imagine.
I always want the best and most practicable items, that why I picked Tania.....;-)
Looks great, you will have to let us know how it goes for you.
There are fantastic You Tube videos done by people following the raw food movement. They use these to make amazing food items, from dried fruit to chips!!!When on You Tube - type in raw food. I think you will find lots of inspiring ideas!
Have fun slicing and dicing!
Don't you just love Phil's comments.
Look forward to your dryings ! Keep us posted, I'm really keen on getting something a bit more productive into our house.Fruit leathers are a favourite here (and bananas when they are cheap).
Thanks Linda, I just LOVE Tania.
I'm sure you'll love it!!! We have one similar to that, and we love it!
Tania, congratulations! You will really enjoy it, and enjoy experimenting. Looks like it will accommodate a lot. That's a real plus.
Hello Tania, I've had my dehydrator for many years now and it was one of the best purchases I ever made. We mainly do fruit but I think now we have such a large veggie garden that I'll be trying veggies as well this year. When I do my fruit I don't find I need to dip them in lemon juice as they suggest. Just slice them and pop them in. Also you'll find when the weather is humid things take longer to dehydrate. But I can assure you this will open up a whole new world to you. Have fun experimenting.Blessings Gail
I'm sure you will love it. We have a small dehydrater and I absolutely love it! My grandaughters love the plum leather that I made on it for them.
Now thats what I call a doozy.. LOL Mine is a small one and we love the fruit leathers .. Have dried vegies too.. Hugs pat :))
I love reading your comments! Through them, I have learnt that there are some truly lovely people out there. Thank you :)