Re: Dehydrated food suppliers??
Posted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 11:03 pm
I have had good success dehydrating meals to use later. I have done skyline chili with onions and beans and rehydrated with ramen noodles and added shreeded cheese for a Cincy 5-way chile sphegetti and I dehydrated cabbage soup that turned out pretty good rehydrated. I also dehyrated Zatarains black beans and rice with chicken I had added and a similar dish of rice-a-roni rice pilaf with diced chicken and frozen peas. After seeing the 6 free meals for $15.00, I know I have to dehydrate my homemade bacon/cheddar,potato soup. I have two American Harvester dehydraters. One takes 12 trays and the pro model will take 20 trays so I can do a large volume if necessary. I've had most of the trays full making jerky but not any meals. I found that parchment paper on the trays works best on liquids to maximize your final product.