View Full Version : I have a dehydrator! What should I make??
11-08-2007, 08:24 AM
Okay, I finally found a dehydrator and bought it yesterday. I am so excited to use it, but I can't figure out what I want to make first. What are some of the things you cannot live without? Or what's a good thing to try first?
And, how do you keep the things you made from becoming soft or hydrated again? Do they freeze well?
I live in an equitorial climate, so things will not only take longer to dry, but I assume get moist again.
11-08-2007, 08:45 AM
Maybe some flax crackers would be good to start with. I do not have a dehydrator, but I made some using my oven. They were super simple and very good. I am getting a dehydrator for Christmas. You can make flax crackers sweet or spicey.
11-08-2007, 08:57 AM
yeah, was thinking about those also. Must go find some recipes to make sure I have everything for tomorrow!
This was my Christmas present too, I just got it early! :p Merry christmas to me!
I have been having a hard staying away from the non-raw treats I mkae my family, so am hoping I can use this to mkae some goodies as well, keep me out of trouble.
11-08-2007, 09:13 AM
This is the recipe I want to try first, it looks awesome!
Only thing is, I am intolerant to sesame seeds. It calls for 1/4 c, any idea what I could use in it's place? Should I just add a little more of the other ingredients to make up for it, or does it add something crucial to the mix?
Also, I want to make her Herbed Cheese Filling, but what is "herbs of province"? I have never heard of this before.
11-08-2007, 09:33 AM
herbs of provence is an herb mix, provence refers to provence france, where i assume the combination is popular. i actually forget what exactly is in it, but it is things like thyme and lavender and maybe sage and a few others. you could probably just substitute an herb or herb mix of choice. rosemary or rosemary and thyme might be good, depending on the recipe
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