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[dee-hahy-drey-ter] /diˈhaɪ dreɪ tər/
a person or thing that dehydrates.
a device, apparatus, or appliance that dehydrates food for preservation.
Origin of dehydrator Unabridged
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  • Drying can be done outside or in a dehydrator, depending on the climate.
  • Making your own jerky will require a dehydrator, but it is cheaper than buying jerky in bulk, which can get expensive.
  • Dehydrate in a low oven or in a dehydrator until crispy.
  • Drying from an artificial heat source is done by placing food in either a warm oven or a food dehydrator.
  • Foods that are warm from the dehydrator may seem softer, more moist and more pliable than they actually are.
  • They then trim the samples into small pieces, which are placed in a dehydrator.

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