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Teflex Sheets
Posted by: Yogamama ()
Date: October 17, 2006 07:12PM

Are they really necessary when using your dehydrator? Couldn't I just use wax paper?? I inherited a dehydrator, and it does not have the teflex sheets, so I was wondering if I had to buy them or if wax paper will work.

Thanks!

Kim

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Re: Teflex Sheets
Posted by: jonesy8844 ()
Date: October 21, 2006 04:41PM

I too had trouble finding them. I'm trying out the wax paper today for some flax crackers. I'll let you know if the dehydrator blows up LOL

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Re: Teflex Sheets
Posted by: lunachica ()
Date: October 28, 2006 02:15AM

I started using unbleached parchment paper when i realized that the teflex sheets are made with teflon. It works just as well, no sticking, in fact it seems to actually decreases the dehydration time.

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Re: Teflex Sheets
Posted by: admin ()
Date: November 07, 2006 02:04AM

You can try using things like:

parchement paper
wax paper
saran wrap

instead of the teflex sheets. I prefer parchment paper, but stuff can stick to it. They are now selling "silicone" sheets, "paraflex ultra" that are silicone non-stick sheets (resuable)

Teflex is available at:

[www.discountjuicers.com]



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 11/09/2006 03:46AM by admin.

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