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  1. Food and water
    ...I want to bring dehydrating to the forefront. Yes, there are a ton of resources here about this topic. Everything you could want to know is found here My point being, when one part of the food supply is stressed, it puts stress on the others. Beans had just come back when meat shortages...
  2. Food and water
    I have a 30+ day supply of food for our family of 6, plus animals. I own a dehydrator that I use primarily for camping/backpacking meals. Now I want to have a pantry like my Grandmothers. I've looked at the thread with the pantry pics, and that is my next NOW step. I have the room and resources...
  3. Food and water
    I have some questions regarding my new non-electric dehydrator and since the other thread seems to deal mostly with electric dehydrators I thought I would start a new one. I've purchased a Food Pantrie from Amazon, which is basically a big mesh hanging bag with trays. It's dark-colored mesh and...
  4. Food and water
    Hi- I just got my dehydrater and I picked up about 8 4pnd bags of oranges on sale for $1.49. (Gotta love Aldi's). I've had the first batch in for 12 hours. I cut them 1/4 of an inch, so they are thin. However, they are not crispy. They are more leathery with some moisture left in them. Should...
  5. Food and water
    I am new to dehydrating, the only thing I have made was beef jerky with flake steak (VERY good) We just dehydrated some large softball sized onions and I couldn't believe how small they get :eek:, I did vaccum seal them but I was wondering how some of you are storing for dehydrated food...
  6. Food and water
    So I just picked up a food dehydrator, it's an old school one withe the heating element and the 6 trays, it dosn't have a fan though like the newer ones iv'e seen. Got it at goodwill for 5 bucks. What are some good recipies for foods that you guys enjoy to eat ? Anbody have any ideas on things...
  7. General Discussion
    Equi-Flow Food Dehydration Excellent condition 10 racks Temperature setting gauge Height 15 inches width 15 inches length 18 inches $65 OR Ronco 5 tray New and still in plastic and shipping box. Instruction manual lists an order price of $129.95. $30 Now it seems pretty easy I think...
  8. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Some of you may have seen my thread on tomato roll ups. http://www.survivalistboards.com/showthread.php?t=83079 Well I decided to do a mini-shtf trial run to test the outcome of some of my food preps Started with one to two cups of boiling water Added one of my prepared tomato roll ups...
  9. Food and water
    I am making beef jerky and dehydrated carrots with my thrift store dehydrator. I can't wait until the beef jerky is done. I kept putting it off. I figured if I didn't use the machine, it was time to sell it.
  10. Food and water
    I'm pretty new to the forum so if I'm asking an old question forgive me. I see a lot of people buying MREs, Gardening, and stockpiling groceries, but I don't see much discussion about home storage. So, how are you storing the food you grow? Each way I know of has it's own pluses and minuses...
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