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11-03-2008, 12:30 PM
Hi I am new and just wanting to know do most of you out there have a few teflex sheets? are they fairly big (i have a rounded shaped dehydrator quite large like a pizza base) or do you just buy one? They seem quite expensive.......?
I used some parchment paper but its not working very well seems to be sticking to the pizza base i am making.....
11-03-2008, 12:38 PM
Sorry. I have a square Excalibur dehydrator. The sheets are approximately 14 inches by 14 inches (not sure in metric what that is).
If your pizza base is sticking - it may not be "done" yet.
11-03-2008, 02:34 PM
I agree with Vegan. The dough has to have signs even for flipping purposes or mine using Excalibur won't turn over without it falling apart. I too have Excalibur, expensive but an investment that has lasted me night I believe 10 years so that is about $20 yearly it cost me and blessed with abundance. I don't dehydrate much these days, but still it was always investment as I eat mainly this way, but more simply--prep/eat method these days. I don't have time to wait forever except for fruit rolls up which is seasonal and grab it when you can to make.
carolg...I have Excal. 9 tray for 2 of us and glad I did as I can get things done faster in larger quantities too....it's not nec. to own dehdyrator, but nice to have if you can afford...food process is a must to me and blender is secondary...food dehy. down that list....
11-04-2008, 02:50 PM
I have had great success using organic wax paper for my crackers and mushy things in my Nesco dehydrator. When the top is no longer sticky, I flip it out onto a large cutting board, carefully peel off the paper, if making crackers, grind sea salt over the slightly sticky side, cut into crackers, and reload the sheets. Mmmm!
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