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Beginners Dehydrating Toolbox Bundle

Beginners Dehydrating Toolbox Bundle

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Get the All-In-One dehydrating toolkit to help you create the dehydrated pantry of your dreams! Fill it with garden produce, grocery store finds that are all shelf-stable for years!

Learn all the basics of safely drying and storing dehydrated foods, and how to use those foods to create meals that your family will love! Plus, have tools to help you choose the correct temperatures and track your progress!

What You'll Receive: 

Physical Products:

Digital Products:

These digital products will be sent to you immediately through email. These are digital downloads (E-Books), not physical products.

Each of the guides is a pdf that can be downloaded to your favorite device (but are not compatible with Kindle products at this time), and used as a reference.

• Dehydrating Basics & Journal - Digital Version

A dehydrating how-to journal e-book. Each journal page can be individually printed as you need them to create your own dehydrating binder or print them off at once. I've also included a blank journal page for any projects you want to create on your own! It includes 3 sections: 

  • Basic theory of dehydrating and storage
  • 115+ pages of how to dehydrate specific foods with space for journaling the results of your projects, tips on how to get a better result or use the produce, and a section to record yields.
  • 15 recipes of how to use dehydrated foods for your meals. 

 I've included fifteen tried and true ways of using your dehydrated foods -- from seasoning blends to meals in a jar to fun snacks to try!

These handy answers to all your questions are perfect for teaching beginning dehydrators and refreshing those who have been dehydrating for a while.

This digital, downloadable, pdf guide will walk you through the basics of dehydrating, give you helpful tips along the way, and allow you to feel confident in making use of your dehydrator to create wonderful snacks, and store food in your pantry that your family will love, and create long-term storage. This may not work with Kindle products, it is best used with desktops, phones, Android tablets, and iPads.

     • Best Meals in a Jar (Bag) Recipe Guide

    Meals in Jar recipes are the perfect way to use your dehydrated foods and pantry staples to create long-term food storage meals for your family. They also make great kits for easy meals for those weeknights when you don't have time to prep.

    This is NOT a book full of meal-in-a-jar recipes. This is an ad-free, downloadable PDF version of this post.  Please be aware before purchasing. No refunds are given. This may not work with most Kindle products, it is best used with desktops, phones, Android tablets, and iPads 

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    When will the book ship?

    Books are print-on-demand and will ship within approximately two weeks.

    Will I get tracking information?

    An email is sent with a tracking code as soon as the book is shipped.

    When will magnets & stickers ship?

    Magnets, stickers and checklists are sent through first class mail within three business days.

    When will I get my t-shirt or mug?

    Clothing, kitchenware and other merch come from a third party vendor who will send you info on when the products will ship.

    I ordered an e-book; how will it arrive?

    Digital Products will be released through email immediately.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 4 reviews
    Cheryl D Bennett
    Love it!!

    Everything you need!!

    Mary Stephenson
    I would recommend

    This is a great toolbox. I like the magnet and stickers and the journal is very helpful with space for notes, etc. I trust Darcy for all things dehydrated.

    Karen Burchardt

    Beginners Dehydrating Toolbox Bundle

    Trudy Smith
    Just the beginning!

    I have been hydrating peppers the last couple years. This is encouraging me to expand my repertoire. I have made pickle chips —yuk, too salty. Tried cucumber chips with greater success.