Food Dehydrating 101 - in case of a 9-1-1 Food Emergency!

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Food dehydrating isn't hard - and it could save your life ... and keep your family fed. Best of all? I can teach you all you need to know in an hour. I'll show you how to dehydrate the top 14 fruits: • apples • apricots • bananas • berries • cherries • fruit rolls • grapes • lemons, limes, oranges • melons • peaches • pears • plums • rhubarb • strawberries and the top 16 vegetables: • broccoli • butternut squash • cabbage • carrots • cauliflower • celery • cut corn • garlic • green beans • mushrooms • onions • peas • peppers • potatoes • tomatoes • zucchini ... and how to safely dehydrate cooked Chicken, Beef, and Turkey! Next, you'll learn how to safely store them! • oxygen absorbers • vacuum seal • feed buckets with airtight lids • plastic lidded bins • closets • garage So I say “sock it away"… +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Why do all this? Because we all need food, water, and shelter, that's why! Ever wonder what will happen when “all hell breaks loose" as seen in many a weather-catastrophe, or an economic melt-down via a stock-market crash? We're only 9 meals away from hunger ... Be prepared NOW - rather than LATER. Create a stockpile of food before hurricanes, tornadoes, or earthquakes hit. What if a rampant virus hits your home state - and you are quarantined at home? How are you gonna eat? Don't rely on help from the Government. They can only do so much. If we are faced with war, or an electro-magnetic pulse (EMP) solar flare - be it weather-related or man-made by a maniac, YOU will be able to feed YOUR family. Look, it doesn't have to be an EMP that makes you take action; you or your spouse may lose their job - now you're faced with half the income - but the bills are still there. Lessen the stress by knowing you have more than enough food on-hand to get through the tough times. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ When you've reached the end of this course, leave me a message in the discussion panel, and I'll give you a coupon for my full three-hour course for just ten bucks. Don't forget: Udemy provides a 30-day money-back guarantee if you're not totally delighted. 5-Star Reviews (thank you!): See what Charity Cason has to say about this course: Easy, Quick & Informative! I know nothing about food dehydrating, but I've always wanted to learn, so this was a great, quick course for doing just that! If you don't want to have to spend hours learning the proper techniques, this is a great investment of your time. The videos are produced well and are extremely easy to follow. Recommend! C Eliot adds: Not a topic a lot of people consider, but three majors cities in the world are currently experiencing drought. Who's next? What's next? Better to be prepared than to wish you would have. The instructor does a great job of addressing the key points in food and preemptive planning. Will be coming back to this for reference. and Michelle Cohn22 says: This was a great course in food dehydration. It was very informative and everyone should take this course. Who is the target audience? Those interested in being more self-sufficient and folk who don’t like wasting money when fresh food goes bad - and preppers for sure! This course is also for those who are worried about our infrastructure - when our food delivery system goes down, people are left without food.
  • Introduction: How to Dehydrate Fruit, Vegetables, and Cooked Meat
    • Introduction to Food Dehydrating

      My aim is to take the 'panic' out of 'panic situations' so you can keep a cool head, keep your food pantry full - even in a crisis.

    • Learn How Easy It Is to Dehydrate the 14 Most Popular Fruits

      In one easy lesson you'll learn which fruits need pre-treatment, and which don't. Pre-treatment consists of either spraying with lemon juice, steaming, or blanching. Only apricots need a sweetening bath!

    • Learn How Easy It Is to Dehydrate the 16 Most Popular Vegetables

      Now I'll take you through the easy steps to dehydrate the top 16 vegetables. Like fruit, some need pre-treatment and this lecture will cover all you need to know!

    • Learn How Easy It Is to Dehydrate Cooked Chicken, Beef, and Turkey

      In this lesson, I'll go over three varieties of cooked meats: Chicken, Beef, and Turkey. Why cooked? It's much safer than dehydrating raw meat (I'm not showing you how to make jerky as those instructions will be included with your dehydrator).

  • How To Get The Job Done!
    • The Nesco® brand dehydrator and its most often used affordable accessories.

      There are many dehydrators on the market, and I'm going to show you my all-time favorite: the Nesco® brand. I'll cover the basic Nesco® and available accessories.

    • A quick Nesco™ Dehydrator question!

      A Nesco™ brand dehydrator question - see if you know what the screens and sheets do!

    • The FoodSaver® Food Vacuum Sealer is all you need to get the job done!

      Covering the FoodSaver® V2240 Food Vacuum Sealer and the bags I use. Create vacuum-sealed packets of dehydrated food.

    • FoodSaver™ Vacuum-Sealer

      The FoodSaver™ Vacuum-Sealer is only used for…

  • Storing Food Safely for Short- or Long-Term Storage
    • Oxygen Absorbers... Life Support for Bag, Bins, and Buckets!

      Oxygen Absorbers... Life Support for Bag, Bins, and Buckets! I'll tell you which sizes to purchase, and where to get them from at the best price.

    • Mason Jars - Great for Everyday or Weekly Use of Dehydrated Food.

      Mason jars are great for everyday or weekly use. Not only that, they're great to look at on your kitchen cupboard shelf! Whip up a quick soup from my dehydrated veggies, no prep involved!

    • Mylar Bags - Keeps out Air, Light, and Moisture

      Use Mylar bags to keep out Air, Light, and Moisture. Used mostly for what I consider Long-term food storage of over three months.

    • Food-grade 5-gallon Buckets with Airtight Lids

      Five-gallon food-grade buckets are great for storing your Mylar bags. Easy to tote by their handles and they stack well.

    • Plastic Lidded Bins - For Long Term Storage

      Consider using plastic lidded bins for easy closet, walk-in pantry, or garage storage, of dehydrated foods -- for long-term storage.

    • Closets - If you're lucky enough to have a spare one... perfect for storage!

      Use an underused, or spare closet (yeah, right) if you can. They are the perfect place to hide away your treasured food supply.

    • Garages are great places to store bins and buckets - usually the “last resort"

      Garages are great places to store, but are usually the “last resort”. It's OK if you use bug-proof buckets!

    • Important: WATCH THIS before you go...

      Thanks for taking this course. I want to make sure YOU and your family don't go hungry. I also have a special deal at the very end, don't miss out!

    • How To Get In Touch to Request Anything!
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