The Art of Dehydrating
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Food Dehydrators are used to preserve fruit, vegetables and meat after the harvest by removing moisture from food to aid in preservation - also called food drying. Use dehydrators to dry batches of mouthwatering jerky, apple chips, dried bananas and apricots for trail mix, or even various crafts, like making potpourri, apple head dolls, and paper. Its uses are endless!
To dry food, a dehydrator needs to maintain a constant temperature and air flow. When shopping for a new dehydrator, keep these 4 important factors in mind: Heat & Air Flow, Access, Versatility, and Materials & Quality. Also, make sure your new dehydrator has a fan and a thermostat!
Always remember that drying at a lower temperature for a longer period of time is BETTER than higher temperatures with shorter cooking times. High temperature causes the exterior of the product to form a shell and inhibits the interior of the product from drying.
LEM Dehydrators are built to be dependable and easy to use. We offer units in stainless steel as well as countertop options in plastic. Preserve Fruits, Veggies, Herbs, and Meat with a Food Dehydrator. Make the best jerky, snacks, and many other dried delicacies with less hassle when you use our Big Bite and Mighty Bite Food Dehydrators.
Make your favorite dried snacks at home without sacrificing quality or breaking the bank.
Learn everything you need to know to get started drying fresh fruits, veggies, meats and herbs.
Five Reasons to Choose LEM Dehydrators to Master Food Drying:
- Whisper Quiet Rear-Mounted Drying: Rear Mounted Fan for Uniform Drying
- Adjustable Thermostat: Dry at Just the Right Temperature
- Up to 12 or 30 Hour Timer: Just the Right Duration, Set It and Forget It
- Unique door design: Monitor progress with minimal heat loss
- LEM Quality: Guaranteed by Our 2 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
LEM Staff Hints & Tips for Dehydrating.
View our Food Drying Guide for Vegetables, Fruits, and Meat.
USDA Jerky and Food Safety Fact Sheet.