How To Dehydrate Herbs- Rosemary- Excalibur Food Dehydrator Dry and Store Herbs

How To Dehydrate Herbs- Rosemary- How To Dry and Store Herbs Excalibur Food Dehydrator http://amzn.to/2rto5FK Food Saver http://amzn.to/2eJmuEx Garden herbs Rosemary How to harvest, save, preserve, dehydrate herbs Rosemary from your garden. Cut herbs later in the morning, after the dew is gone. This easy method to dehydrate herbs with the Excalibur food dehydrator so they will last and are handy for everyday use in recipes or emergency long term food storage.

Excalibur Food Dehydrator is easy to use and a great way to preserve foods from your garden or bought on sale. Dehydrating helps foods last longer. If you enjoy cooking with dried vegetables and herbs, here are easy steps to use the Excalibur Food Dehydrator to dry herbs. Making your own dried herbs is easy. Dried herbs are a delicious and healthy ingredient to add flavor to soups, stews, breads, casseroles, or meals in a jar. Learn what temperature to set your Excalibur or other dehydrator, how to harvest herbs, and how to store herbs dried in the Excalibur. Excalibur Product Review.

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  • gene gleeson

    BUG OUT BAG TIME=GREAT VIDEO,,HERBS,, GREAT STUFF TO HAVE,,

  • Carol Geissinger

    Thank you for all you videos, I couldn’t have done it without you. Thank you for the name of your dehydrator. You are amazing.

    • AlaskaGranny

      You are so welcome. The excalibur is a fabulous dehydrator. Place it outside on the patio if you are drying foods with strong aromas. Years ago, I placed it in the garage on a rainy day to dehydrate onions. When I came home and opened the garage door, WHOA!

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