Home-made Dehydrator

Since today’s sausages were an abject failure I have decided to share something else with you instead.

I’ve always wanted a dehydrator, but they cost between $150 and $300! This is less than ideal for our thrifty family. So tonight my innovative partner has constructed a home-made dehydrator. It looks fantastic! I’m eager to try it out.

What I’m after is suggestions for what we can make first.

If it turns out to be a winner he’ll share the instructions with you – and fear not! Other suggestions involved putting the oven on low for 8 hours at a time (far too expensive, power-wise) or constructing it out of a hairdryer set to run for 8 hours – hardly practical.

In other news, I now have a Facebook page, so you can like Tahini Sauce on Facebook, follow the posts from there, feed back directly to that page and talk to other friends following Tahini Sauce!

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3 Comments

  1. Esther

     /  January 15, 2012

    You could try making dried pineapple in your dehydrator.

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    • We did! It turned out brilliantly, and was delicious! Stay tuned for the follow up post. Our dehydrator ended up being free. We’re really pleased with it.

      Reply
  2. How make!? How make!?

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