Re: Dehydrator in Canada
- Christine is right - stay away from the Ronco - it takes twice as
long to dehydrate anything and is rather useless (my opinion). I've
had great results with the American Harvest.
I line my trays with parchment paper (cut to fit) so that cleanup is
a breeze. Parchment works great for sauces too.
--- In email@example.com, "Christine Conners"
> We tested all the recipes from Lipsmackin' Backpackin' andLipsmackin'
> Vegetarian Backpackin' in a 15 dollar dehydrator we bought at agarage sale.
> Tim keeps telling me to throw it out cause its gonna catch thewhole house
> on fire someday. Naturally I ignore him. Its a pretty toughmachine. If I
> dropped it off of Half Dome I'm pretty sure it would survive. DidI mention
> its the ugliest thing you ever saw? I'm hoping I'll be able tofind it
> after hurricane Charlie. If you see a big fat dehydrator floatingalong the
> Intercoastal Waterway come Saturday, its mine and I'd like it back.just
> Have you tried Ebay? I find all kinds of weird things on Ebay. I
> checked and they have a couple of Excaliburs on sale right now.There is
> also a Harvest Maid which is what I have. Don't buy the Roncogarbage if
> you are planning on dehydrating for years to come. You are lookingfor
> something that is really ugly, has good circulation and can survivea drop
> from Half Dome.all
> But that's just my personal bias.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: subterrain44 [mailto:subterrain44@y...]
> > Sent: Thursday, August 12, 2004 5:54 PM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: [lighttrailfood] Re: Dehydrator in Canada
> > We found a good, simple dehydrator at Home Depot (in the US), of
> > unlikely places. You might try looking there or a similar store.me ? I
> > Selune
> > --- In email@example.com, Virginia Sarrazin
> > <virginiasarrazin@y...> wrote:
> > >
> > > OK, since a week I've lost hope to find a dehydrator in
> > Canada....I've tried a lot of markets like Wal Mart and there's
> > NOTHING looking like a simple dehydrator.... Could someone help
> > go every week in the US but for hiking but not for shopping and Ijust
> > want to know if I have to plan shopping next time...yurk!
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > >
> > > vi
> > >
> > >
> > >
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- I love my dehydrator! Its an Excalibur with 9 shelves. Not cheap,
but it is wonderful! No switching trays around, no hassels,
cleans great, has teflon sheets to dehydrate sauces and liquids.
Fool proof with thermostat. I have seen them on e-bay in the
past, however, I purchased mine at a lawn mower/food survival
Lisa in AZ
--- In email@example.com, Virginia Sarrazin
>Canada....I've tried a lot of markets like Wal Mart and there's
> OK, since a week I've lost hope to find a dehydrator in
NOTHING looking like a simple dehydrator.... Could someone
help me ? I go every week in the US but for hiking but not for
shopping and I just want to know if I have to plan shopping next
> Lèche-vitrine ou lèche-écran ? Yahoo! Magasinage.