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The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook: the definitive guide to deliciously easy meals From sun-dried produce in ancient Egypt to salty air-dried fish aboard Viking ships, dehydration is one of the oldest, most versatile methods of preservation―creating foods that are compact, perfect for traveling, and great for a quick snack or backup meal. The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook is y The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook: the definitive guide to deliciously easy meals From sun-dried produce in ancient Egypt to salty air-dried fish aboard Viking ships, dehydration is one of the oldest, most versatile methods of preservation―creating foods that are compact, perfect for traveling, and great for a quick snack or backup meal. The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook is your all-in-one guide to easy, affordable home drying, pairing delicious dehydrated foods with easy-to-navigate guidance to get you drying in no time. Whether you’re preserving seasonal crops or making protein-packed camping snacks, this dehydrator cookbook takes you through the ins and outs of dehydrating, storing, and rehydrating a wide variety of foods. The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook is also brimming with 125 simple dehydrator recipes for everything from stews and curries to herbal teas and spice blends to ready-to-eat breads, crackers, and cookies. The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook includes: A to Z drying―Explore the essential equipment you’ll need, troubleshooting tips, and detailed directions on how to dehydrate more than 75 different kinds of food, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts, yogurt, tofu, meat, pasta, rice, and more. Dehydrated dishes―Enjoy a variety of deliciously healthy recipes in this dehydrator cookbook, including just-add-water instant meals, and snacks like fruit leathers, chips, and jerky. Low temp, big flavors―Raw foodists will find plenty of low-temp, plant-based foods to make, like Mixed Vegetable Bread, Sweet and Salty Dried Almonds, and Double-Chocolate Biscotti. Whether you’re on the go or snacking at home, the portable dishes in this dehydrator cookbook will add some deliciousness to your pantry.


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The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook: the definitive guide to deliciously easy meals From sun-dried produce in ancient Egypt to salty air-dried fish aboard Viking ships, dehydration is one of the oldest, most versatile methods of preservation―creating foods that are compact, perfect for traveling, and great for a quick snack or backup meal. The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook is y The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook: the definitive guide to deliciously easy meals From sun-dried produce in ancient Egypt to salty air-dried fish aboard Viking ships, dehydration is one of the oldest, most versatile methods of preservation―creating foods that are compact, perfect for traveling, and great for a quick snack or backup meal. The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook is your all-in-one guide to easy, affordable home drying, pairing delicious dehydrated foods with easy-to-navigate guidance to get you drying in no time. Whether you’re preserving seasonal crops or making protein-packed camping snacks, this dehydrator cookbook takes you through the ins and outs of dehydrating, storing, and rehydrating a wide variety of foods. The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook is also brimming with 125 simple dehydrator recipes for everything from stews and curries to herbal teas and spice blends to ready-to-eat breads, crackers, and cookies. The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook includes: A to Z drying―Explore the essential equipment you’ll need, troubleshooting tips, and detailed directions on how to dehydrate more than 75 different kinds of food, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts, yogurt, tofu, meat, pasta, rice, and more. Dehydrated dishes―Enjoy a variety of deliciously healthy recipes in this dehydrator cookbook, including just-add-water instant meals, and snacks like fruit leathers, chips, and jerky. Low temp, big flavors―Raw foodists will find plenty of low-temp, plant-based foods to make, like Mixed Vegetable Bread, Sweet and Salty Dried Almonds, and Double-Chocolate Biscotti. Whether you’re on the go or snacking at home, the portable dishes in this dehydrator cookbook will add some deliciousness to your pantry.

30 review for Complete Dehydrator Cookbook: How to Dehydrate Fruit, Vegetables, Meat & More

  1. 5 out of 5

    =^.^= Janet

    Callisto Media/Rockridge Press was kind enough to send me a copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review. It is also DIRT cheap on Kindle right now... From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸. The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook: the definitive guide to deliciously easy meals From sun-dried produce in ancient Egypt to salty air-dried fish aboard Viking ships, dehydration is Callisto Media/Rockridge Press was kind enough to send me a copy of this book to read in exchange for an honest review. It is also DIRT cheap on Kindle right now... From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸. The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook: the definitive guide to deliciously easy meals From sun-dried produce in ancient Egypt to salty air-dried fish aboard Viking ships, dehydration is one of the oldest, most versatile methods of preservation―creating foods that are compact, perfect for travelling, and great for a quick snack or backup meal. The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook is your all-in-one guide to easy, affordable home drying, pairing delicious dehydrated foods with easy-to-navigate guidance to get you drying food in no time. Whether you’re preserving seasonal crops or making protein-packed camping snacks, this dehydrator cookbook takes you through the ins and outs of dehydrating, storing, and rehydrating a wide variety of foods. The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook is also brimming with 125 simple dehydrator recipes for everything from stews and curries to herbal teas and spice blends to ready-to-eat breads, crackers, and cookies. The Complete Dehydrator Cookbook includes: * A to Z drying―Explore the essential equipment you’ll need, troubleshooting tips, and detailed directions on how to dehydrate more than 75 different kinds of food, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts, yoghurt, tofu, meat, pasta, rice, and more. * Dehydrated dishes―Enjoy a variety of deliciously healthy recipes in this dehydrator cookbook, including just-add-water instant meals, and snacks like fruit leathers, chips, and jerky. * Low temp, big flavours―Raw foodists will find plenty of low-temp, plant-based foods to make, like Mixed Vegetable Bread, Sweet and Salty Dried Almonds, and Double-Chocolate Biscotti. Whether you’re on the go or snacking at home, the portable dishes in this dehydrator cookbook will add some deliciousness to your pantry I love beet chips and now I can make them and a lot more things via during that will last longer than fresh food. I am reading and reviewing this during the #selfisolation due to #COVID19 and this is a great way to pass the time and save foods for the future. (Not that I can get into an actual grocery store – thank goodness for local CSA deliveries!) The instructions are clear and concise and even newbies to the art of dehydrating can excel, as can pros as there is so much amazing information in this book! As always, I try to find a reason to not rate with stars as I love emojis (outside of their incessant use by "🙏-ed Social Influencer Millennials/#BachelorNation survivors/etc. " on Instagram and Twitter... Get a real job, people!) so let's give it🍍 🍍 🍍 🍍 🍍 This book is also cross reviewed at http://www.facebook.com/janetsbookcorner AND will be on Amazon.ca and Amazon.com after its release date.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Conny Reviews

    “Drying is one of the easiest ways to preserve most types of foods, including meats, fish, vegetables, herbs, fruits, nuts, and seeds,” Carole Cancler writes in the first chapter of her book, Complete Dehydrator Cookbook: How to Dehydrate Fruit, Vegetables, Meat & More. ~ What ~ This two-hundred-and-twenty-six-page paperback targets those who are interested in or want to learn about dehydrating food. After a dedication, table of contents, and introduction, the book is divided into six chapters, fo “Drying is one of the easiest ways to preserve most types of foods, including meats, fish, vegetables, herbs, fruits, nuts, and seeds,” Carole Cancler writes in the first chapter of her book, Complete Dehydrator Cookbook: How to Dehydrate Fruit, Vegetables, Meat & More. ~ What ~ This two-hundred-and-twenty-six-page paperback targets those who are interested in or want to learn about dehydrating food. After a dedication, table of contents, and introduction, the book is divided into six chapters, followed by measurement conversions, an index, acknowledgments, and the author’s biography. The first chapter explains a dehydrator, safety, pretreatment of food, drying time factors, storage, and rehydration. The next five chapters have one-hundred-and-twenty-five recipes covering produce, meat and fish jerky, fruit and veggie leathers and chips, just-add-water, and fresh from the dehydrator options. The produce chapter has detailed information of a myriad of fruits and vegetables including tea, tisan mixes, toasting nuts, seeds, and spices, herbs, aromatics with powders, and seasoning blends. The recipes cover one to two pages each and begin with a title followed by prep and drying time as well as yield. A list down the left side of the page has ingredients in used order. The numbered instructions are easy to follow in paragraph form. Storage and various tips are at the bottom. ~ Why ~ I was delightfully impressed with this book in how thoroughly it covers dehydrating food. I like that it not only shows how to use a dehydrator but also contains trouble-shooting tips on vegetables, curing salt on meats, vegetarian options, making perfect chips and leathers, meal kits, and soaking nuts and seeds. Some of the interesting recipes that caught my eye are apricot-fennel-mint tea, madras curry spice mix, bourbon-glazed venison or elk jerky, glazed salmon candy, green smoothie leather, crispy garlic kale, chicken cacciatore hunter stew, sweet and savory rice pilaf, spicy cauliflower crisps, and raw apple-zucchini carrot bread. ~ Why Not ~ Those who do not have a dehydrator or like to dry their own food may not have any interest in this read. Others may not realize how many different kinds of foods can be hydrated and rehydrated. ~ Wish ~ Being a visual person, I wish there were colored photographs of some of the dishes, knowing that many may look the same when dried. Adding caloric information to the recipes would be helpful for those who watch their diet. ~ Want ~ If you want to know more about dehydrating food and recipes including it, this is an excellent source because it is concise, full of information, and easy to use. Thanks to Callisto Publisher’s Club and the author for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Renee Knoblauch

    I enjoy dehydrating food and have done so for many years. My old dehydrator had to go and I have yet to replace it after a few years. I thought I knew a lot more about dehydrating food until this book showed up. I realized that I knew very little other than making good fruit chips and leathers, dried fruit, and jerky. Wow, I could have never imagined the possibilities. My next dehydrator is going to have a temperature control and I can see the benefits from this cookbook. Don’t get me wrong you c I enjoy dehydrating food and have done so for many years. My old dehydrator had to go and I have yet to replace it after a few years. I thought I knew a lot more about dehydrating food until this book showed up. I realized that I knew very little other than making good fruit chips and leathers, dried fruit, and jerky. Wow, I could have never imagined the possibilities. My next dehydrator is going to have a temperature control and I can see the benefits from this cookbook. Don’t get me wrong you can still use a dehydrator without temperature control for the recipes in this book. It will take you some tweaking. This is one of the most impressive dehydrator cookbooks I have seen and I have a few in my collection. The book has 6 sections: Dehydrating 100, Dehydrating Produce, Meat and Fish Jerky, Fruit and Veggies Leathers and Chips, Just Add Water, Fresh from the Dehydrator. I was delighted seeing recipes on making your own fruit/flower teas. The “Just Add Water” I can make chili, goulash, and much more. All I have to do is store it and later all I have to do is add water to rehydrate them for supper. This is a comprehensive cookbook that has a lot of information from storage, to a comprehensive trouble shooting chart and much more. All the recipes are step-by-step instructions. Several of the recipes offer variation and storage information. Some of the storage time surprised me as I have kept dried fruit and other items much longer than what she recommends and haven’t had any issues. You will have to decide for yourself with how comfortable you are. This is a nice comprehensive dehydrator book that has a lot of recipes and information. I received a copy of this product in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Vicky

    Drying is one of the oldest and easiest ways to preserve most types of foods, including meats, fish, vegetables, herbs, fruits, nuts, and seeds. This book is for those who are interested in learning how to do this. It is divided into six sections: Dehydrating 100, Dehydrating Produce, Meat and Fish Jerky, Fruit and Veggies Leathers and Chips, Just Add Water, Fresh from the Dehydrator. There are also measurement conversions at the end and an extensive index. The author explains what a dehydrator Drying is one of the oldest and easiest ways to preserve most types of foods, including meats, fish, vegetables, herbs, fruits, nuts, and seeds. This book is for those who are interested in learning how to do this. It is divided into six sections: Dehydrating 100, Dehydrating Produce, Meat and Fish Jerky, Fruit and Veggies Leathers and Chips, Just Add Water, Fresh from the Dehydrator. There are also measurement conversions at the end and an extensive index. The author explains what a dehydrator is, safety, pretreatments, time factors, storage, and rehydration. The rest of the book is dedicated to how to do things and recipes for using what you have dried. Each “recipe” gives you preparation, drying times, and storage for what you’ve dried as well as explanations on how it should look. What I liked: Detailed explanations and easy to follow instructions. I also liked that she included storage suggestions. I liked a lot of the recipes – especially for making your own spice/herb mixes. What I didn’t like: That she is only sold on using a dehydrator. Yes, that is the most practical, safest, easiest way to do things, but not everyone has this available or can afford one. I’d liked to have seen an option for oven drying. But…her use of a dehydrator is the best way to go. I cannot argue that. Recommendation: If you are at all interested in dehydrating for food storage, I would definitely pick this book up. It is clear, easy to understand, easy to follow with a ton of good information. A definite recommend. Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts and are not influenced by anyone.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Witch-at-Heart

    This is a really great cookbook on dehydration for beginners and those looking for new and interesting recipes. The book is set up nicely with different section and tips. I found the tip section to be the most helpful especially if you are not savvy at or are new to dehydrating! I loved the variety of recipes theses are not your typical fare so that impressed me. This book contains both easy and more complicated recipes. There were some really interesting recipes some of which I had never seen b This is a really great cookbook on dehydration for beginners and those looking for new and interesting recipes. The book is set up nicely with different section and tips. I found the tip section to be the most helpful especially if you are not savvy at or are new to dehydrating! I loved the variety of recipes theses are not your typical fare so that impressed me. This book contains both easy and more complicated recipes. There were some really interesting recipes some of which I had never seen before and may or may not make but I liked that they are in there.... I mean who knew you can make a dehydrated cookie?? I loved the different recipes for fruit leather it is one of my most remembered and favorite childhood treats because my grandmother made it every summer so these recipes really brought back great memories. I think others will enjoy this cookbook and it I would definitely buy it for a gift for my friends who love to do food storage. I received this book from Callisto Publishing and Rockridge Press for an honest review.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Johanna Sawyer

    Thanks to the publisher for an ARC and peek of this dehydrator guide, these are my thoughts and opinions. So this is my first dehydrator book....ever. What did I think? Well, this is a ton more complicated than I thought. I thought much of this stuff would be easy but honestly some of these things might make you extremely sick, so storing this stuff might be a little tricky. What did I like? The author gives you a wealth of information so while this might be a handy guide, you might get more inf Thanks to the publisher for an ARC and peek of this dehydrator guide, these are my thoughts and opinions. So this is my first dehydrator book....ever. What did I think? Well, this is a ton more complicated than I thought. I thought much of this stuff would be easy but honestly some of these things might make you extremely sick, so storing this stuff might be a little tricky. What did I like? The author gives you a wealth of information so while this might be a handy guide, you might get more information than you need. It’s an overall usage on fruits, nuts, flowers, to making meals in the dehydrator. Literally everything, so while handy it’s not concentrated on any one thing. Would I buy or recommend? If your interested in getting the most out of your dehydrator then this book is for you. It covers all the basics. Even the storage. So a virtual encyclopedia of information on dehydrating. Thoughts for the author? Thanks so much for a peek at your book!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Weslyn

    This is an incredibly informative cookbook written for anyone interested in preserving foods. This book appealed to me because I like to preserve foods at home (mostly through canning,) but I was a bit overwhelmed by a lot of the recipes which led me to realize that I’m much more interested in drying individual ingredients than say, an entire pot of chili. The first half of the book was more of interest to me and I definitely see myself referencing it in the future, but I don’t think I’ll get mu This is an incredibly informative cookbook written for anyone interested in preserving foods. This book appealed to me because I like to preserve foods at home (mostly through canning,) but I was a bit overwhelmed by a lot of the recipes which led me to realize that I’m much more interested in drying individual ingredients than say, an entire pot of chili. The first half of the book was more of interest to me and I definitely see myself referencing it in the future, but I don’t think I’ll get much use out of the last portion of the book. At least I know how to make dried soup now. 🤷🏻‍♀️ I received a copy of this book for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Cary Morton

    I received a copy of this book directly from the author/publisher in exchange for an honest review. This is a solid and comprehensive dehydrator cookbook if you're looking to get into storing food in a long-lasting and easy way. There are so many recipes contained within this book: fruits, vegetables, herbs, meat, fish, tea mixes… you name it. The recipes are super easy to follow, and I found a lot of them were for things I'd never even considered trying before. I highly recommend this book for p I received a copy of this book directly from the author/publisher in exchange for an honest review. This is a solid and comprehensive dehydrator cookbook if you're looking to get into storing food in a long-lasting and easy way. There are so many recipes contained within this book: fruits, vegetables, herbs, meat, fish, tea mixes… you name it. The recipes are super easy to follow, and I found a lot of them were for things I'd never even considered trying before. I highly recommend this book for people who homestead or like to prep and need to store foods for long periods.

  9. 4 out of 5

    ME

    I received an advance publishers copy of this book for an honest review. The first recipe I tried from Complete Dehydrator Cookbook was the roasted pineapple crisps and immediately started looking on the next ones. The instructions are each, more steps into basic preparation of produce then the actual dehydration (does not need constant monitoring). The toddlers take a bag of dehydrated fruit daily to school/sitters and it gives me peace of mind that there’s something healthy available to them.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ms. Arca

    Clear, comprehensive, lots of options. I don’t mind the organization of this and I can be picky about how these types of books get set up. I haven’t made anything from the book yet so I cant say for sure how great it is. Everything looked good though! Thanks to the publishers and Netgalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Julia

    5 Stars After buying many books on food dehydrating I found this one. Wish I would have this one first!! EVERYTHING you need to know to develop confidence, learn technique, and usable product you will find in this book. This is the best book I have found in dehydrating.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Diane

    Good instruction on dehydrating. Very heavy on jerky recipes and very light on any other non-jerky recipes. I'm not a fan of jerky so this will have limited use for our kitchen. Good instruction on dehydrating. Very heavy on jerky recipes and very light on any other non-jerky recipes. I'm not a fan of jerky so this will have limited use for our kitchen.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Illustrious Illusions

    This book can be a little overwhelming! It covers so much :) It's great for me, a beginner with her first dehydrator! I love the variety of how to's and instructions along with safety tips and more. It's a lot of information, but I know I'll be referencing the book for years to come. Thank you for such a comprehensive look with good details and variety! This book can be a little overwhelming! It covers so much :) It's great for me, a beginner with her first dehydrator! I love the variety of how to's and instructions along with safety tips and more. It's a lot of information, but I know I'll be referencing the book for years to come. Thank you for such a comprehensive look with good details and variety!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    I am not a dehydrating noob, but I still found a lot of really great and useful information in this. I haven't really done any recipes though, so those were my favorite parts. I'm vegan, so I skipped the meat/fish chapter but the recipes look like they are easy to veganize, and they even give alternative options at the beginning of that chapter. There are detailed instructions for almost every kind of fruit and vegetable (and nuts, seeds, etc.) I'm looking forward to my next CSA produce box! I rec I am not a dehydrating noob, but I still found a lot of really great and useful information in this. I haven't really done any recipes though, so those were my favorite parts. I'm vegan, so I skipped the meat/fish chapter but the recipes look like they are easy to veganize, and they even give alternative options at the beginning of that chapter. There are detailed instructions for almost every kind of fruit and vegetable (and nuts, seeds, etc.) I'm looking forward to my next CSA produce box! I received a copy of this book directly from the author/publisher in exchange for an honest review.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Steven Standke

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

  17. 4 out of 5

    M Lucretia

  18. 4 out of 5

    Cathy Blankenship

  19. 4 out of 5

    Dana McLean

  20. 4 out of 5

    Orsayor

  21. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

  22. 4 out of 5

    Brodie

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jenna Francisco

  24. 4 out of 5

    Debra M Diner

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tina Marshall

  26. 5 out of 5

    Beth Weibel

  27. 5 out of 5

    Camille

  28. 4 out of 5

    Katey

  29. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Marcinkus

  30. 4 out of 5

    Caitlyn Winkler

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