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The Ideal Pantry: Your Comprehensive Guide to Food Remedies and Preservation Techniques by Ben Night

The Ideal Pantry: Your Comprehensive Guide to Food Remedies and Preservation Techniques by Ben Night

Author:Ben Night [Night, Ben]
Language: eng
Format: epub
Published: 2014-05-05T04:00:00+00:00


What You Need

The drying process is the act of heating the food and storing it. In this case, make sure you have the following items: A source of heat, trays or racks to put the food on, and containers or zip tight bags to store the foods when you're done. Once you have these items, as well as types of foods you plan on drying, you can get started.

Note: It's advised to avoid certain food trays because of the harmful substances they can add during the dehydration process. Tray types to avoid include plastic, vinyl, aluminum, fiberglass, and copper. You might be saying, well, that's pretty much all food trays, what am I supposed to use? Store-bought dehydrators often come with square mesh stainless steel trays. When sun drying, Teflon-coated baking sheets or racks are used. When using a conventional oven, it's wise to use tin foil, a Teflex baking mat, or parchment paper.



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