Off the subject of the half bath for a moment.... Here is a random post.
I've recently discovered the art of dehydrating food. Okay, it may not be an art, but it's pretty cool. I've only made jerky, apple chips and banana chips, but I am going to test fruit roll ups this weekend. I love this little machine!!!!
The fruit obviously takes much longer than the jerky because of the liquid content, but the jerky is ready to go in about 4 hours. All you do is mix the seasoning with the meat and squeeze through the gun. How easy is that? I'm planning on making a large batch of goodies for our upcoming road trip to the beach.
My co-worker also decided to buy one and she has made her own spicy red pepper seasoning.
Why did it take me so long to test one of these wonderful machines? My whole family loves eating jerky, but it is so expensive and packed full of preservatives. Now we make our own with the jerky gun (yes, there is such a thing) and jerky seasoning (which I made have to make my own some day).
I've even found dog treat recipes for the dehydrator! Actually, I may need to make Max some of those because right now when he smells the jerky he barks at me to give him some.
Do you have a dehydrator? What type of stuff do you make with yours?
I'm adding the links to the items I purchased if you are curious. This isn't a sponsored ad post, just sharing what I found. :)