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How to Dehydrate, Store and Cook Food

How to Dehydrate, Store and Cook Food

Following are Ten videos from the Dehydrate2store, showing how to dehydrate, store and cook with a variety of foods, from vegetables to fruits. Dehydrating foods is fairly easy, if you have a dehydrator, requiring just slightly more work than canning. Dehydrated foods can be stored without heat, (in a shed, for instance), making storage easier. They can also be cached underground in waterproof containers.

Part One:

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Part Two:

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Part Seven:

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Part Ten

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