Food Drying Techniques
By Carol Costenbader
Stock # YGSTRYA197 $4.25 Ship Wt: 3.0 ozs
Drying food is by far the simplest and most natural way of preserving food. Food drying was one one of the earliest methods used to save food from times of bounty to use when food was scarce. Several current and modern methods of fruit leathers, food drying, preserving, and recipes are shown.
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