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Old 07-25-2015, 02:36 PM
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Re: Dehydrating chop: The easiest way to store and serve fresh foods!

Quote: Originally Posted by Flboy View Post
Awesome! You are making your own pellets!
Which dehydrator Do you have?
Actually, I have been working on how to make pellets I tried the pasta extruder on my Omega, but that didn't work so well. Now I have another idea I'm going to try soon. I'll be sure to share IF it works (I have actually been working on the pellet project for several months now It's not as if pellet manufactures give away their secrets so I have to figure it out myself)

I have a Raw Rutes dehydrator. Kinda pricey, but made in the US and all stainless steel. It will last forever! Plus, it's got a timer and removable trays and racks so it's super easy to clean. I love it!
Raw Cubed 8 Tray Eating RED Dehydrator by Raw Rutes | Raw Rutes
They have a few smaller ones too:
Dehydrating ? Raw Rutes

I used to have a Nesco dehydrator I gave away to a forum member. I use my dehydrator for a lot more than bird food, but if thats all you'd use it for, this one would work and is really affordable! Nesco Snackmaster Pro Food Dehydrator FD-75A: Kitchen & Dining Nesco Snackmaster Pro Food Dehydrator FD-75A: Kitchen & Dining

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