Rival Food Dehydrator Manual

• Food Dehydrator 5-Tray White. • Table of ConTenTs The Finer Points of Dehydration.2 Quick Start – Dehydrating Basics.

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3 How to Dehydrate and Succeed. 4 Pretreating.. 5 Packing and Storing.7 Rehydrating.7 Hints and Reminders.8 Rotating the Trays. • The finer PoinTs of DehyDraTion The first step in beginning the process of dehydration is to know what dehydration is.

Dehydrating is the process of heating food to evaporate moisture inside the food and then removing the water and vapor that is formed. The second is to know how to keep records of your dehydrated food. • • The Ronco Dehydrator is so easy to use.

The prep work is minimal and the “cooking” is completely hands-free. • Dried foods do not lose nutritional value. You control the ingredients so you know your snacks will be healthy. • how To suCCeeD aT DehyDraTing The fruits and vegetables you are about to use for dehydration should be fresh and fully ripe. We also recommend organic produce whenever possible. Wilted, immature, or over-ripe produce will make a dissatisfactory dried product. To prepare your produce for dehydration, you should wash all fresh food thoroughly to remove any dirt or chemicals.

• PreTreaTing Blanching or covering completely in boiling water for a short period of time brings out the enzymes in fruit and vegetables. Pixel shader 2 0 directx 9 0 free download windows 7. These enzymes are the reason for color and flavor changes during ripening.

Color changes will continue during the drying process unless the produce is pretreated. • Remember to remove any excess moisture before drying pretreated food by placing the food on paper towels or clean cloths.

Trays should be loaded with a thin layer of food as directed. If needed, a clean cheesecloth can be spread on the trays to prevent food pieces from sticking or falling through. • PaCking anD sToring Fruits cut into a wide range of sizes should be allowed to equalize the remaining moisture among the pieces for a week after drying, before placing in long term storage. To do this, place fruit in non-aluminum, non-plastic container and put in a dry, well-ventilated area. • fresh fruits in many aspects, dried foods are unique and should not be expected to be exactly like a fresh fruit. Remember; drying does not render the food free of bacteria, yeasts, and mold. It just makes them inactive.

Spoiling may occur if soaking is prolonged at room temperature. • thickness of the sliced produce, humidity of the air, and the moisture content of the food itself. To test for dryness let the product cool, and then cut a piece open.


There should be no visible moisture inside. Fruits tend to dry leathery, and vegetables dry brittle. The presence of natural juices in foods, especially fruits, will vary. • roTaTing The Trays Rotate trays every 2-4 hours following the diagram below. We recommend you turn each tray a 1/4 turn every time you rotate for best results.