DianaB— we have a dehydrator also, love it and use it 99% for the dogs at the moment.
• London Broil makes a great Beef Jerky, (we always buy on sale)
Less expensive items here for us, like 99¢ a pound or less are: (they love
• Kidneys, Beef • Heart, Beef • Liver, Beef (takes a really long time to dehydrate the liver, but they love it)
• Lamb Chops
Would you like pictures of the process?
*Note: we freeze all meat we can’t dehydrate that day and found that the semi-defrosted meat cuts better and dehydrate drier.
We do not season any of their food. They really love it warm off the rack, takes only about 3½—4 hours.
Here is the Cookbook—Link
that came with the machine, tells you how long stuff takes.
I’ve also dehydrated lemon peel for us. My friend makes everything, bananas, apples, etc.
You can make regular potatoes in there too, but the question for us is to blanch or not to blanch first, I’m told the only difference is the color of the end product.