Dehydrators have transitioned from the kitchens of the sector's nice chefs onto the wedding registry—and this e-book well-knownshows why. There is no dinner party with pals, college lunchbox, or weekend-backpack dry bag that isn't made extra scrumptious and nutritious thanks to a dehydrator. On this book are the secrets of making who-knew treats: all types of jerky, fruit leathers, savory vegetable crisps, taste-packed powders that add oomph in your cooking, and ideal soften-in-your-mouth meringues. 80 recipes consist of ways to contain your dried creations for your baking, cooking, and cocktails. Maybe you did not recognise you wanted a dehydrator. Now you do!
About the Author
Sara Dickerman is a James Beard Award–winning food and travel writer for Slate, the New York Times, Bon Appétit, and Food & Wine. She lives in Seattle, Washington.
This book gives you plenty of ideas on what you can put in your food dehydrator. Unlike a lot of food dehydrator books, this one gives you recipes on what you can do with all of that dried food you’ll have after reading this book. I have been dehydrating foods for over 30 years. Anytime I find a new book on the subject, I’ll pick up a copy hoping it will give me some new ideas of things to try. This book did not disappoint. One recipe I especially want to try is the dehydrated and powdered kimchi. Another recipe is dehydrated citrus zest.-Paddln
I recently purchased a food dehydrator. Although it came with a recipe booklet it just had a few and I wanted something with more recipes. This book is great and I can't wait to try some of these awesome recipes.-hamman
I bought this when I read something in the introduction that would help me! Opening further gave me lots and lots of easy to make yummies. Clear instructions! Better than any other book on dehydrating that I have and I am a commercial food processor!-beth rankin
Download Cooking Ebook Dried & True : The Magic of Your Dehydrator in 80 Delicious Recipes and Inspiring Techniques | 80 Mb | Pages 170 | PDF | English | 2016