Cooking

Dehydrator Cookbook

Author: Michelle Vazquez

Publisher: Adebola Shalom

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page:

View: 370

Food dehydration is the oldest form of food preservation techniques, it has existed for thousands of years with the earliest methods been sun and air drying, where raw food items were spread out under the sun and exposed to hot air for long periods to dry, but these days, with the advancement of modern technology and innovation, there are so many other methods to effective dehydration. This Dehydrator Cookbook includes a detailed guide to cooking, dehydrating, storing, and reheating various kinds of foods, fruits, and vegetables. This Dehydrator Cookbook will help you take advantage of a surplus availability of fresh produce, save your money, and reduce excess food wastage. Below is a list of what you will find inside; Benefits of Food Dehydration Effective Dehydrated Food Storage A Ton of Delicious & Simple Recipes Tips and Tricks to an Effective Dehydration Practical Dehydration Techniques For The Best Results Step-By-Step Instructions For Dehydration Fruits, Vegetables, Meat, and More With a comprehensive step-by-step guide that even a complete beginner will understand, this Dehydrator Cookbook provides you with all the practical knowledge you need to know about food dehydration, and since you are ready to get started, scroll up, click the “Buy Now” link, get your copy today, and enjoy delicious new flavors with this brilliant cookbook!
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The Ultimate Dehydrator Cookbook

Author: Tammy Gangloff

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 368

View: 641

The dehydrator is an incredibly useful tool for long-term food storage and making the most of your garden harvest. The Ultimate Dehydrator Cookbook contains everything you need to know to get the greatest value from a home dehydrator. • Includes tips on selecting a dehydrator, as well as proper sanitation, storage, and rehydration techniques • Individual entries on how to dehydrate all manner of berries, fruits, vegetables, greens, herbs, and edible flowers include information on how to prep, dehydration temperatures, and times • Includes recipes for making your own teas, herb blends and rubs, flavored oils, instant baby food, jerky, and fruit leathers • Includes nearly 400 recipes for cooking from your dehydrator pantry. There is an entire chapter dedicated to slow cooker recipes using dehydrated ingredients and one on dehydrated meals for backpackers and campers.
Cooking

Quick and Easy Dehydrated Meals in a Bag

Author: Tammy Gangloff

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 192

View: 678

Quick and easy package and prepare meals—just add water. Prepackaged meals in a bag to throw in the crockpot or take on the trail. Includes crockpot meals, family dinners, healthy recipes, meals/foods for campers, hikers, backpackers, snacks, desserts, appetizers and dips, and seasonings. For today’s families who want quick and easy to prepare meals For taking on the trail—the outdoor market of hikers, backpackers who want to prepare their own delicious, nutritious foods for pennies a meal Survivalists looking for meals that they can store and keep for whatever the emergency—dehydrated foods keep longer than canned and frozen For those who grow their own foods in the garden and are looking for ways to preserve the bounty For those who want to eat clean and healthy without additives and preservatives, spoilage, or waste
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The Ultimate Healthy Dehydrator Cookbook

Author: Pamela Ellgen

Publisher: Sonoma Press

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 220

View: 890

The Ultimate Healthy Dehydrator Cookbook is your all-in-one reference to dehydrating food and your definitive guide to delicious and healthcentered recipes
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Food in the American Military

Author: John C. Fisher

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 291

View: 632

American soldiers and sailors have progressed from simple campfire and ship’s deck cooking to today’s nutritionally sound, menu diverse, high tech, and ethnically correct feeding options. This book describes in great detail the development of rations used by America’s military war by war from the Revolutionary period to the present, especially the challenges of preserving and transporting the food. It discusses research into rations, the evolution of the training of cooks and bakers and others, and various methods of storage, preparation, and distribution of food. Numerous first-person accounts appear throughout. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.
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USA Pears Cook Book

Author: Manish Verma

Publisher: Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 52

View: 332

This Bookazine aims at making readers aware of the incredible benefits of USA pears, a sweet and soft fleshed fruit Mother Nature has gifted to mankind. Right from reducing risk of breast cancer, osteoporosis, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes to boosting immune system, and keeping wrinkles at bay, USA pears offer myriad health benefits. The book covers all that you need to know about USA pears, various easy and interesting ways to incorporate it into your daily diet and latest scientific research supporting its benefits. We aim at helping our esteemed readers achieve maximum health benefits of USA pears.
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A Quaker Woman's Cookbook

Author: Elizabeth Ellicott Lea

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 355

View: 337

In this long-awaited paperback edition, food historian William Woys Weaver revises and expands the lengthy material that supplements a reprint of Elizabeth Ellicott Lea's 1845 cookbook Domestic Cookery. In his introduction, Weaver reveals new information on Lea, her Quaker world, and her cookbook. A glossary traces the origins and histories of the foods in Lea's book, placing them in cultural context. The cookbook is a quintessential example of rural American folk cookery of the nineteenth century, representing a mingling of southern Pennsylvania and Tidewater cuisine. Modern kitchen conversions are included.
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The Elven Cookbook

Author: Robert Tuesley Anderson

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 160

View: 794

Discover Tolkien's Elves like never before with 60 easy and delicious recipes inspired by all things Elven from The Silmarillion, The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. This is the perfect, must-have addition to any Tolkien fan's bookshelf. The Elven Cookbook features photos of many of the recipes as well as stunning line illustrations of Elves by renowned illustrator Victor Ambrus. There are short feature essays that explore the compelling role of food in Tolkien's works, and bring the Elven world - from their creation by the Valar in The Silmarillion to their final departure from Middle-earth at the end of The Lord of the Rings - to life. From a real-world take on a recipe for Lembas Bread to original creations such as Celebrimbor's Dropped Scones and Mirkwood Coq-au-Vin, you'll discover recipes for every meal of the day that transport you into Tolkien's world. With vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and omnivorous recipes, there's something for everyone and The Elven Cookbook is the perfect gift for every Tolkien fan looking for inspiration in the kitchen. This work is unofficial and is not authorized by the Tolkien Estate or HarperCollins Publishers.