from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A substance, such as sulfuric acid, that removes water.
- n. An appliance or an engineered system designed to remove water from substances such as absorbents or food.
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- n. A drying agent
- n. A device that removes water from a material
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Or, if he likes Jerky, a dehydrator is a good gift.
I use s smoker to cook mine, but a dehydrator or an oven can also be used.
You can also skip this step if you do not have a dehydrator.
I got a cheap dehydrator at London Drugs as I recall and it worked well, if a bit noisily.
I bought a dehydrator last year and it was one of my best buys.
I also don't use a dehydrator or a smoker, i use my oven.
It's just as easy and takes less longer than with a dehydrator or smoker.
Arrange the coated kale leaves in the trays of a food dehydrator, flattening the leaves slightly.
The original recipe calls for a food dehydrator; a basic one with four trays can cost $40 to $60.
MRE's are handy and serve there purpose, but I am a big fan of making my own jerky and snacks in a dehydrator.