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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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'By assuming the intervention of dehydrator / desalination equipment with our own effort, we from the Carabobo Division contribute to the reduction of execution times, since we adapt them to our operational need, which represents a significant saving to the Corporation.
If the aircraft is stored in a region of high humidity, or near a sea coast, it is better to use dehydrator plugs instead of merely replacing the spark plugs as prescribed.
in the dehydrator, then these could be exported to many countries
He suggested that the farmers could earn much more by installing a dehydrator unit.
So when you have tomatoes up to your ears, more rosemary than you know what to do with, and a fruit tree bending under the weight of its crop, having a dehydrator that can handle that bounty is a real boon.
My favourite method is to place rosemary sprigs in a food dehydrator, select the lowest setting, and wait a couple of days.
Second, VADOC piloted a food dehydrator for two months at Rustburg Correctional Unit (with approximately 150 inmates) in Rustburg, Virginia.
There are basically two types of dehydrator design: vertical-airflow and horizontal-airflow.
Punjab government installed a Dehydrator in Floriculture office, situated at old Shujabad road to facilitate farmers in getting rose petals dried.
For the 'pad thai' 1 large courgette 1 bok choy, thinly sliced 1 red (bell) pepper, seeded and thinly sliced 1 small carrot, julienned 50g sliced shiitake mushrooms Non-stick dehydrator sheet Dehydrator Spiralizer (optional) If you don't have one, shave the courgette into ribbons using a vegetable peeler.