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oven dehydrating?
Posted by: bronwynsun ()
Date: March 18, 2007 03:07PM

I'd really like to make dehydrated crackers and things...but don't have a dehydrator. has anyone successfully used their oven as one? how do you do it?

thanks!

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Re: oven dehydrating?
Posted by: Pistachio ()
Date: March 18, 2007 11:31PM

This recent thread address your question:

[www.rawfoodsupport.com]


There are other ideas in the archives, but it would take some time searching for them.

Wishing you vibrant health


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Re: oven dehydrating?
Posted by: coconutcream ()
Date: March 19, 2007 01:28AM

no I have a dehydrator you can have.


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Re: oven dehydrating?
Posted by: bronwynsun ()
Date: March 19, 2007 01:52AM

are you serious Suvine?
oh my.

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Re: oven dehydrating?
Posted by: life101 ()
Date: March 22, 2007 03:53AM

I used my oven to dehydrate. I used the oven at the lowest setting, warm. I used a cookie sheet at first but then found my pizza stone to work better. My final conclusion was that I needed a food processor/ mandoline to cut the food up uniformly and quickly and that I needed more drying space (i.e. a dehydrator). I gave up on dehydrating. In the future, I may buy one but for now, I eat the fruits/veggies fresh. I understand that fresh has more nutrients than dehydrated and that consoles me a bit.

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