Weston 75-0301-W VegiKiln 6-Tray Food Dehydrator

December 17, 2013 - Comment

The Weston Vegikiln 6-tray, food dehydrator easily make healthy, delicious and natural snacks like banana chips, fruit roll-ups, yogurt and jerky. Makes great take-along snacks for hunting, fishing camping or road trips. Retains natural flavor of foods without additives or preservatives. Product Features Electronic food dehydrator with 6 pull-out trays Over 6 square feet of

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The Weston Vegikiln 6-tray, food dehydrator easily make healthy, delicious and natural snacks like banana chips, fruit roll-ups, yogurt and jerky. Makes great take-along snacks for hunting, fishing camping or road trips. Retains natural flavor of foods without additives or preservatives.

Product Features

  • Electronic food dehydrator with 6 pull-out trays
  • Over 6 square feet of drying space; no need to rotate trays
  • 500-watt heating element; 5-1/2-inch-wide ultra-quiet fan
  • Color-coded adjustable thermostat; lightweight design
  • Measures approximately 21 by 15-2/7 by 10-1/2 inches

Comments

JT female says:

Great dehydrator! raw foodists will go for an Excalibur dehydrator (expensive)…just because all their raw book authors tell them it’s the best. A dehydrator is not exactly a high tech machine, so I bought this less expensive brand instead. (Also because I already splurged on a good blender) It had qualities that the Excalibur also has: fan in the back instead of the bottom and a thermostat so you know you’re not destroying enzymes. I’ve used this for 3 months now and it does just about everything I want it to…

T. Guymon "Small Footprint" says:

Solved the Problem! I’ve tried dehydrators before, the cheapies you find in thrift stores, but they never worked. I finally did a little research and learned that the horizontal airflow type is best, and I looked for something inexpensive. Knowing “you get what you pay for,” I was a little nervous that the Weston 6-tray dehydrator was so cheap, but I bought one. Wow! I am delighted! It dries sliced tomatoes perfectly. Sliced bananas become little bonbons. I even tried drying potato slices–blah, they’re not potato…

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