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How to Build a Solar Food Dehydrator

Using passive solar power to dehydrate food is energy-efficient and lets you dry tomatoes and fruit for which air-drying typically isn’t fast enough.



"The City Homesteader" provides information on all the basics of self-sufficient living: raising backyard chickens, gardening, sprouting grains, smoking meats and fish, making cheese, cellaring, harvesting rainwater, composting and much more.
Image Courtesy Running Press
"The City Homesteader" provides information on all the basics of self-sufficient living: raising backyard chickens, gardening, sprouting grains, smoking meats and fish, making cheese, cellaring, harvesting rainwater, composting and much more.
Illustration By Joel Holland, Courtesy Running Press

















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