Invest in a food dehydrator and prepare your own snacks sugar and preservative free. Save money by making your own beef jerky, dried tomatoes and corn chips. Dehydrators can also be used in bread making and fermenting.
What can I make in a dehydrator?
A few ideas:
Dried fruit, jerky, cereals, banana chips, corn chips, crispy nuts, spicy seeds, fruit leather, dried tomatoes, tempeh, dried muesli, dried vegetables, prunes, sultanas, dried cranberries, pears and apples, dried herbs, dried flowers, dry papier mache, make dog treats, and fire starters.
Kitchen Warehouse offer a dehydrator for every family type and every family budget. Use this guide to decide on the must have features you are looking for, then go online to purchase the dehydrator that is right for you.
Operational Features Available
Horizontal air flow to negate the need for rotational trays
Automatic off switch
Number of shelves available:
Dehydrators come in a range of sizes. Depending on how keen a dehydrator you are you can find shelf sizes from 4 right up to 30.
In the Kitchen Warehouse range of dehydrators some trays are included in each model and more can be purchased. All dehydrators come with a non-stick and a mesh sheet.
Plastic: Food safe and lightweight
Stainless steel: Food safe, stable and long lasting.
Temperature and Power:
The higher the temperature the larger number of trays can be dehydrated at once.
Included in Different Models:
Fruit roll up sheets
LCD control panel
Stackable and interlocking racks
Flexible tray arrangements and adjustable shelf height
Jerky spice and cure
Now you know what you want in a dehydrator make your purchase, then go to our blog for some fun recipes. Join in with a Kitchen Warehouse workshop to learn more about your new dehydrator.