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This is a good book and has lots of information about building your own solar food dryers.
We used this book to build a bigger dryer that suits our needs it was what we needed to get the design and make a fully functional solar food dyer.
The plans are pretty clear and I thought the directions were well written and easy to follow.
Book is helpful, but I was hoping it would address drying difficult foods for best preservation, but it is more about how to make a solar dryer.Published 4 months ago by mitch dillman
Another great book. I purchased it the same time as the solar food dryer and am anxious to experiment with it. Unfortunately, I live in the great Pacific NorthWET... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Loa Andersen
THE DRYER I MADE WORKS GREAT!!! WE USE IT ALL THE TIME TO DRY FRUITS WE PUT IN OUR INFUSED HONEYS, AND TO DRY VEGETABLES WE PUT UP FOR MAKING SOUPS IN THE WINTER MONTHS. THXPublished 6 months ago by travis l. miller
I found a blog post from someone who created this solar dehydrator. She described how she improved Fodor's original design with vents and ant control mechanics. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Frances Arnold Johnson
And then I ordered the paper copy. This is definitely one of those references you want on the shelf. We start building this weekend. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ursula
The directions were easy to follow, and the end result should provide our family with plenty of dried fruit, vegetables, and herbs.Published 9 months ago by Diane Phipps
Great information, only thing not completely satisfied with is the building plans for the solar dehydrator. Will have to tweek it a bit.Published 9 months ago by jaemin33
Saw this book and thought maybe It could help in easing the ever ending prices going up for electricity circle of greed. Read morePublished 9 months ago by RedRussell
My daughter lives "off the grid" (on solar power) now, but before that she used an electric one. This book has helped her to build one that runs on solar power only!Published 12 months ago by S. Iuzzolino