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I was thinking about getting a dehydrator for fruit and vegetables, I also like tofu and beef jerky and biltong..... I live in france in a rural region ...
I got the whole stuff in less than one hour at the local hardware and computer shop.... -one storage box (this one is 30x30x25cm), mine was clear because ...
first take your time to draw the points where the rods will be glued......think about the high you will need ti fit the screens, the bulb and its ...
not that easy because the plastic is quite thin and you have to be precise cutting the rods if you don't want them to exit on the side ...
I had to cut them with a hot knife, but a dremel would have been better.... and I mean MUCH better... be precise, it will be easier to ...
the easiest part.... then make it airtight by surrounding them with duct tape...
easy.... I let a female plug hanging next to the bulb stand in order to plug the 12v converter for the fan (connections are hidden by duct tape)
cut the screens to the desired dimension, caution, if cut too large, they might be hard to put and remove... the last picture shows em in position. I ...
I didn't try it with meat yet, but apples were perfectly dry in about 3 days so the 60W bulb seems enough for this 30x30x25 box....I 'll try ...
Food Dehydratorby Willie Kruger
Easy Food Dehydratorby Matthiasl
Dried Appleby Willie Kruger
Dehydrated Strawberriesby libraryCat
Biltong:NOT jerkyby Dr KAZ
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