Anyone have any recommendations for a good food dehydrator, preferably not more than $100, give or take?
Here are some I'm looking at:
At < $100.00 I don't. Three(sibs) of us own jointly a large dehydrator,purshased from
http://www.cabelas.com Small units we found were at best one or part season wonders.So back to Cabela's we went,for a large unit.We dry several hundred pounds a
year.fish,meat(game) and fruit/fruit leather.Are having a blast drying tomatoes and peach leather IN THE GARAGE,no kitchen heat.
This is a return trip to Cabela's,based on customer service and satisfaction with the smokers and vacuum sealers purchased by us in the recent past.
You are only a phone call away from a service"person",have even been on hold while someone went to the shelf for a measurement etc.(spouse is 6'7")1-800-237-4444
we tortured a small unit to death,over used because we like more than we planned
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Yes to the "Gardenmaster",my niece has one.I have met and used it.Easy
to clean etc.Very good for herbs,best I have encountered.If you don't plan
to use it for lots of meat (crowding/round)it's my choice.
We did the 80 litre commercial,love it.A smooth work horse.
Rain snot #3 here today,this device is soooooooo better than mould etc.
Spoilage is a real let down.(oven/climate)