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dehydrator

[dē′hī‚drād·ər]
(chemistry)
A substance that removes water from a material; an example is sulfuric acid.
(chemical engineering)
Vessel or process system for the removal of liquids from gases or solids by the use of heat, absorbents, or adsorbents.
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Depending upon drying method, evenly coat dehydrator racks (you need 3, each about 10 by 13 in.
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For the puffed rice: Preheat dehydrator to 200 degrees.
A couple of weeks later, I had a check for enough money to purchase a real food dehydrator.
These are a few of the refreshing new flavors to be discovered when you dry fruit in a home dehydrator.