dehydrator


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de·hy·dra·tor

 (dē-hī′drā′tər)
n.
1. A substance, such as sulfuric acid, that removes water.
2. An appliance or an engineered system designed to remove water from substances such as absorbents or food.
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Engineered Concepts, LLC says its emission-free natural gas dehydrator technology may be incorporated into new or retrofitted systems of any capacity without variance in efficiency or functionality.
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It's the drying step-in a dehydrator or oven-that removes moisture, inhibits bacterial development, and preserves the turkey.
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For the crispy tomato syrup Preheat dehydrator to 194 degrees.
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I've had a Black and Decker for over six years and couldn't do without it and my dehydrator.
For the pickled vegetables: Preheat dehydrator to 200 degrees.