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I use Mary Bell's dehydrator cook book all the time.

When not on the road, she divides her time between Madison, Wisconsin, and Lanesboro, Minnesota, where she and her husband work at the Forest Resource Center, an environmental education facility. I use Mary Bell's dehydrator cook book all the time. I have made the apple fruit rolls and I have used her jerky seasonings and marinades and they really taste great.

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Mary Bell gives specific techniques and instructions for preparing every kind of fruit (from apples to watermelon) and vegetable (from asparagus to zucchini). Books related to Mary Bell's Comp Dehydrator Cookbook. The recipes for cooked meals (including mushroom soup, sloppy joes, pesto, and moist banana bread) will make this book a kitchen classic.

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Mary Bell gives specific techniques and instructions for preparing every kind of fruit (from apples to watermelon) and vegetable (from asparagus to. And recipes for lightweight, filling trail snacks mean that the book will travel, too. Additional chapters explain to how make herb seasonings, granolas, celery powder, cosmetics, dried fruit sugars, potpourri - and even.

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Far from being a fad, food dyhydrating is one of the most ancient, effective, and nutritous ways of preserving food. Now, at last, there is a book that teaches absolutely everything there is to know about using an electric food dyhydrator to dry foods at home -- and gives more than 100 foolproof recipes for scrumptious snacks and meals made from dried foods.

With this extraordinary book, you can learn how to cross junk food and expensive store-bought snacks off your family's shopping list -- and add to your cupboard homemade, preservative-free fruit leathers, candied apricots, beef (and fish) jerkies, "sun" dried tomotoes, corn chips, banana chips, and so much more!

Mary Bell gives specific techniques and instructions for preparing every kind of fruit (from apples to watermelon) and vegetable (from asparagus to zucchini). She also provides important shopping tips for buying an electric food dehydrator. The recipes for cooked meals (including mushroom soup, sloppy joes, pesto, and moist banana bread) will make this book a kitchen classic. And recipes for lightweight, filling trail snacks mean that the book will travel, too.

Additional chapters explain to how make herb seasonings, granolas, celery powder, cosmetics, dried fruit sugars, potpourri -- and even pet treats!

Food drying is an excellent way for gardeners to preserve their produce. It is a great way to make healthful snacks for the kids. It's perfect for the new wave of thrifty consumers who can't bear to spend dollars at health food stores for treats they cold make for pennies themselves. And food drying doesn't use chemicals or preservatives—so it's great for you and for the planet, too!

Qag
Mary Bell seems to have written the definitive book on home dehydration. The book is well-organized, practical and covers everything one might dry and then some (cucumbers?) She includes good tips for keeping color and drying foods that don't want to lay flat, for example. In short, it is a great introduction. There are some recipes using dried fruits and vegetables that I haven't tried yet, but as a newbie, her recipes are helpful in figuring out how to use your dried foods and how much liquid is needed to reconstitute various kinds of fruits and vegetables. The only thing I would like to have included is more comprehensive troubleshooting tips. For example, How dry is dry enough for various kinds of foods? I would have liked a bit more description of acceptably dried carrots so that I didn't feel I had to dry them till brittle. All the same, the book helped me gain confidence in a new area of preservation so that I'm pretty handy at it after only a few months.
INvait
I'm just beginning with actual drying of foods. Mary Bell's book makes it incredibly easy; explains why food drying is a wonderful method for preserving foods, what can be dehydrated successfully (practically all foods!) how to do it and how to know when it's ready, how to store and, finally, recipes! Her writing is very clear and easy to understand.

I've already made raisins, dried carrots, tomatoes, bananas, apples, pears, and today will bake a carrot cake (with dried carrots) while some mushrooms I found on sale are drying. All the info I needed is in her book.

She tells you what you need to know before you start, and how to prepare fruits and vegetables for drying. Drying meats and fish, herbs, flowers, making food leathers (like roll-ups) and trail food; it's all in the book!

It's a great book for a beginner, and might even have some new ideas for an experienced gardener/cook.
Vetalol
A good addition to the library of anyone into food storage & prep, particularly those of us who hike, canoe, sail, and are away from refrigeration for some time. If you're imaginative you can infer even more from this book.
Fountain_tenderness
I've been dehydrating for at least twenty years and I was able to learn more from this book. The author presents things in a clear and orderly manner. It's in a conversational style that's easy to follow and understand. I already knew most of the material and readers will save a lot of time and wasted material if they just follow the instructions as presented.
Olwado
Mary Bell makes me want to dehydrate stuff - any stuff, all stuff, anything I can get my hands on. She expertly takes the mystery and fear out of dehydrating and shares her love and passion for a process that is, as she reminds her readers, thousands of years old. Yes, you get lots of hints, tips and recipes, but I feel like the most important thing Mary shared was an attitude that dehydrating is not difficult or scary, anybody can do it and it will save you time, effort and money.
Malalanim
Good reference for the fledgling dehydrator user. I have used it every time I want to dry something. The contents cover fruit, vegetables and meat products.
Malann
I purchased this book last summer when I started dehydrating my food before the prices started to go up. It is a dehydrator's bible. I loved the book so much I told a friend in another state and now she is dehydrating and using this book as well. I learned to dehydrate my fruit and vegetable needs for an entire year and did it before prices went up. It was incredible how much money I saved and now I put more vegetables in my cooking because I always have them available. Everyone needs to get back to the basics like our ancesters did to save money.
Bought this for my dad to go with a dehydrator my sister bought him. He loves it and is really excited to start trying out recipes. He thought he was only going to be making jerky, but now is anxious to try and make lots of other stuff :-)
Mary Bell's Complete Dehydrator Cookbook ebook
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Mary Bell
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William Morrow & Co.; 1st edition (January 1, 1994)
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280 pages
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