Geez, I'd really like to say something nice about this book but it breaks SO many dehydrating basics I can't.
Most people using the basic dehydrating fruit leather recipes will probably be fine with it, but I saw ingredients like "all-purpose flour" and instructions like, "Boil on stove for..." This is NOT a good book. Sorry.
Excellent basic info for a Newbie (like me) to the world or dehydration.
Bought the book, bought a dehydrator.
Can't wait for the culinary experiences to begin.
My grandchildren enjoy 'grand-papa's' culinary novelties.
(Whatever it takes to make them eat more veggies and fruits!)
Straight forward information on dehydrating food. Good for the beginner. While I am used to preparing jerky, leathers and dried camping food, I enjoyed the section on preparing desserts in the dehydrator. A good source.
Hardly anything on raw food dehydration, almost everything is cooked first, then dried or dried at high temps. I was looking for new ideas for raw dehydrated food.
If you want to learn more about using a dehydrator, this book is definitely a good starting place. What I found most surprising is that the book has an entire section on desserts made with dehydrators (especially good for low heat cooking, "raw" baking). An easy, simple read.
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