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February 2011 - Simple Savings Newsletter ... longer lasting oil, you must dehydrate the leaves and zest first. You can do this simply by peeling the zest from the lemon with a vegetable peeler and......: Lauren L ## Ask around and borrow a dehydrator If you do not have access to a dehydrator, ask around and see if you can borrow one. If not, you...
May 2013 - Simple Savings Newsletter ... dehydrate some tomatoes. For this we have been using the KY1 tomatoes that we have been harvesting over the past few weeks. These tomatoes are a sweet....... The first step in the dehydrating process is to slice up the tomatoes about 1cm thick and evenly space them on the tray and fire up the dehydrator...
July 2015 - Simple Savings Newsletter ... only just started to use the flowers in salads and find them to have a mild sweet taste. I love the root roasted, mashed, pan-fried and dehydrated as...
August 2015 - Simple Savings Newsletter .... ### [Which is the best tomato variety for home dehydrating?][16] There are some good ideas in this thread to help make the most of your home grown...
March 2013 - Simple Savings Newsletter ... produce for later use. ![][26] We have recently purchased a dehydrator and have used it to preserve some of our large zucchini for later use in stews...
October 2014 - Simple Savings Newsletter ... and spraying the little blighters. The soap in the water washes off the protective waxy coating of the aphid, causing them to dehydrate and die...
January 2012 - Simple Savings Newsletter ... then spread it thinly on non-stick paper and into a low oven or even better, into the sunshine to dry (unless you have a food dehydrator). The leather...