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Food Dehydrator for £34.98 delivered @ Westfalia (+ 10% quidco)

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Preserve your food the easy way – by drying it. The oldest and simplest method of retaining your food’s natural nutritional goodness can be achieved with this easy-to-use Food Dehydrator. Enjoy y…
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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
Preserve your food the easy way – by drying it. The oldest and simplest method of retaining your food’s natural nutritional goodness can be achieved with this easy-to-use Food Dehydrator.

Enjoy your fresh food’s flavour and nourishment throughout the year without any chemicals or artificial preservatives. The dehydrator comes into its own when it comes to harvesting fruit, what better way to preserve it and enjoy the fruits of your harvest over the winter.
5-levels 28 cm diameter
overheating protection
ventilation function
250 Watt
Extensive instructions
Approx. 75°C drying temperature


Just bought mine to make some home made beef jerky!

My quidco tracked at £2.55 making the total price £32.43 delivered.


If you order over £40 you also get a free gift:
http://www2.westfalia.net/static/Information_free_gifts.3663.0.html
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#1
why would you ? oO
#2
choc1969
why would you ? oO


What, buy it or make jerky?

Edited By: RHodgett on Oct 14, 2010 14:06: spelling
#3
RHodgett
choc1969
why would you ? oO


What, buy it or make jerky?


both tbh :|
#4
choc1969
RHodgett
choc1969
why would you ? oO


What, buy it or make jerky?


both tbh :|


I like beef jerky but it's £2 for a small bag of it. Most people use it for drying out fruit or vegetables though to keep them for long periods of time (if you grow in your garden and can't get through all the stuff its an alternative to freezing).
#5
Good idea, never seen one before, seems a good price too!
#6
Nice been after one for ages. last time i made jerky took me 9 hours in a normal oven with a spoon wedged ni the door. making your own is much nicer too.
1 Like #7
This just reminds me of Eddie from Friends
#8
pruney
This just reminds me of Eddie from Friends


2 mins in

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6QtUapMsyg&feature=related
#9
pruney1 person likes this
This just reminds me of Eddie from Friends

lol same
1 Like #10
choc1969
pruney
This just reminds me of Eddie from Friends


2 mins in

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6QtUapMsyg&feature=related


LOL, Brilliant. I haven't seen that episode before. Luckily (hopefully) a dehydrator doesn't make you socially retarded.
#11
choc1969
why would you ? oO


Why wouldn't you?
#12
BTW, if your order goes over £40 you can claim a free gift - http://www2.westfalia.net/static/Information_free_gifts.3663.0.html
#13
davej1710
BTW, if your order goes over £40 you can claim a free gift - http://www2.westfalia.net/static/Information_free_gifts.3663.0.html


cheers Dave, added it to the title.

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