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Food Drying with an Attitude: A Fun and Fabulous Guide to Creating Snacks, Meals, and Crafts Paperback – April 17, 2008
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Top Customer Reviews
I thought I had the best recipes and methods out there and I have shelves of awards to prove it. The book deals with the basics, much as I'd expected. The "attitude" soon follows. The author is lighthearted and funny, informed and above all creative. The best part of this "how to guide" isn't even the recipes or methods, but that it gets you thinking of your own extreme drying ideas. She busts many of the drying myths that even experienced dryers have been taught to believe. Well worth the modest price to beginners and experts alike.
Also, I have a very small apartment and drying makes more sense than canning. For instance, 10 pounds of blueberries dried fill 2 quart jars and 15 pounds of Bing cherries fill 2 and one half quarts, plus there is so little risk of spoilage. It's so much fun and the dried foods can be used in so many fantastic ways. Try the Strawberry Meringue cookies!!!
This book is a fun, educational read and the pictures just makes one's mouth water.
Contains sections of fruit, jerky, and crafty dehydrator projects. Photos are good.
I'm new to the Food Drying process (guess what I received for Christmas? yes, a dehydrator!) and for me, the book content is excellent. I wish I could give it 5 stars. It is so handy to have the cookbook on the Kindle Fire, but it isn't fair that Amazon did not disclose this color problem. Hopefully at some future date they will correct this. Meantime, either be aware before you purchase it for your Kindle Fire or consider buying the paperback version which is a few pennies cheaper (as of this writing).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Gave the help I needed. Very informative and enjoyable to read. Thanks😄Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this as a gift for my newly married daughter. She always enjoyed home-made dried fruit roll-ups I made and now will have the opportunity to test recipes from this book in... Read morePublished 2 months ago by teach
It's an ok beginner book with some nice recipes and a few twists. But i'm not particularly impressed with this one. I know food drying is not rocket science, but it is science. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer