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Food Preservation ... Recipes ... Questions ... Tips and Tricks ...

Discussion in 'Preppers' Corner' started by clock152, Oct 28, 2013.

  1. RickN

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    I did not know the roots could be used as a coffee substitute or that they were so high in vitamins.
     
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    Good video. Thanks clock.
     
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    I tried again with the right chopper tools... yeah still didnt work right for choppen... so the knife is the way to go.
     
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    ok this is a stupid question but do you thaw the frozen veggies before you dehydrate them?
     
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    *My answer is too short ... :grumble: OK ... No, you don't have to thaw them before you dehydrate them. Just knock off any ice crystals they might have built up around the pieces and break the chucks that are frozen together apart.
     
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    nope.. just open the bag and spread em out on your trays.
    FYI... I have found that pee's take the longest to rehydrate... not sure why.

    edit...... PEAS not pee's.
     
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    :lookaroun Peas ... they are "peas" ... :rollingla (Sorry, I'm not usually a grammar/spelling nazi but dehydrating pee sounds like something they would do on Doomsday Preppers ... :D)

    Oh ... and subprep ... those chopped onions you can buy frozen. If you want to dehydrate those, put your dehydrator out on the patio overnight. Do NOT do them in the house ... :lookaroun Do NOT ask me how I know this ... ** cough, cough **
     
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    I"m gonna stop by WM on the way back from church and grab a few bags of veggies and get a video out on this one today.
     
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    doin up some veggies

     
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    Oh I know all about dehydrating oninons, I can't even slice that amount in my house! I have to take the mandolin and everything outside! learned the hard way just like I learned everything else in life LOL
     

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