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  • A Review of Solar Food Drying: Techniques, equipment, problem-solving, bibliography.
  • Budget101.Com: Dried Foods: Recipes, FAQ's, equipment and methods of drying fruits, vegetables, herbs and meats. Recipes include fruit leathers, pesto, and fruit powders.
  • Dehydrating Food at Home: Detailed instructions for picking suitable foods and then drying them; from the University of Utah.
  • Drying Food: Covers drying basics, methods and equipment, fruits, vegetables, herbs, meats, and storing methods; from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  • Drying Food with the Sun: From Countryside Magazine.
  • Drying Foods: Comprehensive site that covers drying food indoors and outdoors, pre-treating of foods, fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds, food leathers, jerky, remedies for problems, FAQs; from the University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences.
  • Drying Foods: Ohio State University Extension fact sheet on the benefits of drying foods, preparation, pre-treatment, equipment needed, and a drying table for a variety of fruit and vegetables.
  • Drying Fuyu Persimmons: Detailed instructions, including a materials list. From the San Diego Farm Bureau.
  • Drying Vegetables: Facts, information about nutritional value, drying trays, selection and pretreatment, and methods; from Colorado State University.
  • EziDri: How-to information for drying foods in dehydrators. Includes guides for bananas, pineapple, and biltong.
  • Food Drying: Covers the basics of solar food drying; from Backwoods Home Magazine, by Marcella Shaffer.
  • Fruit Leather: Simple instructions on making it at home, using bananas, squash, tomato, or any other fruit or vegetable.
  • How Stuff Works: An explanation of all the different ways used to preserve food; from freezing to irradiation.
  • Organicdownunder.com: Plans for making a solar food dryer.
  • Preserving Food Safely: Michigan State University's page of links to extension materials about food preservation. Search for information on drying foods under "D".
  • Processing Meat in the Home: Detailed instructions produced by the Minnesota Extension Service.
  • Quality for Keeps -- Drying Foods: Basics of food preservation methods, a little history, how to select a dehydrator, safety advice; from the Cooperative Extension Service, University of Missouri.
  • The Dry Store: Food dehydrating information, equipment and supplies.
  • The National Center For Home Food Preservation: Publications, seasonal tips, and resources for educators.

 

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