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How to Replace an Excalibur Dehydrator Timer

If you’re like me it means you put off projects that you know you can do and I’m not talking like my Dad that may take 20 years to finish the kitchen renovation he started. I’m talking about knowing my dehydrator wasn’t quite working but just ‘hoping’ it would work itself out. Starting back in December, I …

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Fruit Leathers | Strawberry Banana Kiwi

Everyone loves fruit roll-ups or fruit leathers and they’re one of the easiest things to first make in your dehydrator. They make for a tasty flavorful snack that is naturally sweet and perfect for taking to school or on a hiking trip. I last made these in early 2010 and had them devoured by my …

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How to Clean Dehydrator Screens and Trays

I’ll share mine if you share yours…cleaning tips that is. Cleaning my Excalibur dehydrator trays and screens are probably my least favorite thing to wash, but I’ve found a few tricks that work. Important things to know, we don’t have a dishwasher. So – any washing has to be done in the sink. Really that’s …

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Peanut Butter Buckwheat Nuggets

I feel lucky. Lucky that this recipe turned out freaking fantabulous! The last sprouted granola I dehydrated was a major disappointment. There’s nothing worse than a seemingly waste of ingredients. I made a cherry harvest type granola and it was lacking pizazz or something. Besides this and the cherry, I’ve only made one other granola …

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Holiday Spice Flax Seed Crackers | A Shanty of a Raw Gingerbread House

I’m all about looking at the positive in every situation (even though I’m cynical – how can that be?) and that’s exactly what I had to do with this experiment. The goal was a ginger bread house made out of flax crackers held together with a peppermint coconut butter dip. Having never made a gingerbread …

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Tahini Kale Chips

Raw Food Rehab’s Foodie Friday inspired this latest batch of kale chips from the sauce to the Lacinato (dino) kale used. Curly kale is my favorite type of kale so I never even think to buy lacinato kale. Lacinato has long flat leaves that are rich shades of forest green. See. If you don’t have tahini, …

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Masala Kale Chips + A Masala Veggie Dip

I’ve decided I don’t use certain spices enough. I have favorites. They are cumin, Italian seasoning, garlic powder, cayenne, paprika, and chili powder. The ones left behind: coriander, garam masala, curry, and turmeric. I’m missing out on so many, like sumac. So I grabbed the garam masala and made these masala kale chips! Both garam masala and curry …

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Raw Nachos – Birthday Style

This is a guest post from Michelle’s husband, Jeremy. He normally writes about geekier stuff over at jeremyfelt.com, but had a very good reason to stop by and write about food. Enjoy! September is a busy month for Michelle and I. We each have birthdays and for 3 years now, we’ve been tossing in a …

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Raw Baklava

What you read and the very picture you might have just drooled over is, in fact, raw baklava. Made with natural sugars, nuts, and spices. You read it right. I hope you make it, taste it, marvel at it’s delicious wonder and then tell me all about it. I’ve been sitting on this recipe an …

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Roadrunner Veggie Flax Crisps

Have you always wondered what to do with your leftover vegetable pulp after juicing? Well, you can make crisps! They are delicious, savory and taste AMAZING served with sliced avocado on top. I highly recommend. Seriously. Print Roadrunner Veggie Flax Crisps These are crispity crunchy crisps. They are a great snack for all ages. My …

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