Dehydrating Frozen Vegetables

Dehydrating Frozen Vegetables

I’m sure your first question is, why would anyone need to dehydrate frozen vegetables? What’s wrong with keeping them in the freezer? The answer is, a homemaking prepper does both. Dehyrating frozen vegetables saves freezer space, and just space in...
Dehydrated Cinnamon Peaches & Nectarines

Dehydrated Cinnamon Peaches & Nectarines

I’ve decided peaches are now my favorite fruit. I don’t like anything overly sweet, and peaches have just amount of tang to offset the sweetness. Nectarines are pretty similar, and are preferred by my older daughter, because she is adverse to the fuzz....
Chocolate Covered Dehydrated Cherries

Chocolate Covered Dehydrated Cherries

When I was a little girl, every Valentine’s Day my dad would buy me a box of chocolate covered cherries. One bite, and a soft cherry encased in sweet white filling would come pouring out. You had to plop it in your mouth quickly before making a mess on your...
Dehydrating Frozen Fruit

Dehydrating Frozen Fruit

Warmer weather is coming my way, so it’s time to make sure I have plenty of room in my freezer. I still have peaches, strawberries, nectarines, and blueberries from this summer, and need to make some jam and cobbler for the freezer. I just ran out of all my...

Dehydrate Cabbage

drying time is dependent on how thick or thin you shred your cabbage. When you are done, simply store in a closed container. You can use dehydrated cabbage as a base for casseroles, and an addition to soups or stews. You can rehydrate and saute in butter and salt....

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