dehydrator


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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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If any moisture is present, the jerky must either be stored in the refrigerator or freezer, or put back in the oven, dehydrator, smoker, etc.
Customer service, as Stone describes it, approaches the status of a religion at Commercial Dehydrator Systems.
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We are especially fond of dehydrated tomatoes, so I want to share what I do with some of them when we are inundated with tomatoes that get ahead of us; both dehydrators work for this.
With a garden, a vacuum sealer and a dehydrator, you can save money and eat well.
It's important to give customers an idea of the many things that can be done with a food dehydrator when building your displays.
Depending upon drying method, evenly coat dehydrator racks (you need 3, each about 10 by 13 in.
Ronco is famous for its legendary favorites such as the Showtime Rotisserie, Pocket Fisherman and Food Dehydrator.
Because it has a built-in fan, it takes a fraction of the time that other dehydrators I've tried need.
A couple of weeks later, I had a check for enough money to purchase a real food dehydrator.
For the lobster coral: Preheat dehydrator to 200 degrees.
Years ago, after tiring of the fan noise and power consumption of my plug-in food dehydrator, I designed and built my first solar dehydrator.