While I would do a lot to get my hands on an excalibur dehydrator, they are expensive and use a lot of electricity. Until I have the means to get one, I’ve been experimenting with alternative methods of dehydrating food and herbs. I haven’t had much luck simply air drying many herbs, so I’m always looking for ways to add just a little heat into the mixture. You’ve seen how I turned a pickup truck into a dehydrator to dry mushrooms and homemade noodles, but now we are classing it up a little by using a wood stove to get the job done.
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