How to Dehydrate: Kale, Broccoli, Bok Choy, and Cauliflower

Food dehydration is an effective and fun way to reduce waste, save money, go green, and practice preparedness! Dehydrated food lasts for years when stored properly, is lightweight, and doesn't require electricity to store. In this video, you will learn how to dehydrate the cruciferous vegetables: kale, broccoli, bok choy, and cauliflower! When you have dehydrated foods on hand, making delicious recipes in the future is a snap!

We love to help you dehydrate, store, and build your pantry! Here are some things we think will help you!

**** ITEMS WE RECOMMEND ****
Excalibur Dehydrator: https://bit.ly/DehydratorExcalibur
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Vacuum Bags: https://bit.ly/VacuumSealerBags

For high-volume dehydration and storage, we recommend the 9-tray Excalibur dehydrator and a heavy-duty vacuum sealer with dual motors. For low- or moderate-volume dehydration, we recommend 6- or 9-tray Excalibur, and any vacuum sealer, with high-quality vacuum bags. The dehydrators used in this video are Excalibur brand.

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22 comments

  • Jon Mernick

    great video

  • jim hale

    Piece of advice: put your dehydrator in the garage if you do broccoli. You don’t need the accusations for the next couple days.

  • carolyn moody

    Great job on this video 👍

  • Joy Louise

    We love kale chips. Thanks for the tip about cauliflower’s color returning to white when rehydrated.

  • Miss Lunarshine

    Loved this !

  • Born Again

    Who are you?

  • leota baca

    Nice to see you. Nice job. Hope to see you again.

  • Cherish Each Day

    Thanx Steve. Another good video.

  • Sandy Vanya

    I have a “starter” dehydrator that has no thermostat. It just plugs in & the temp is approx 165 degrees. What do I do when videos say to dehydrate at 125 or some other temp when I can’t regulate mine? Thanks for any advice….😊

  • Kiruthika Deenadayalan

    Really loved this video…very informative…want to ask about electricity…like how much power is consumed…?how can we save on it..?

  • Janette Lavender

    Bok Choy is extremely easy to grow at home. Seeds are readily available at big box stores. It can be grown in a regular planting bed, raised bed or in containers such as plastic coffee cans or planter boxes. It grows very quickly too. This is my first time growing it and its been fun to watch it grow. Im on my second planting of the season. Nice video. Thanks.

  • Sarah Nice

    What if you don’t steam the broccoli or cauliflower. What difference does it make other then cook time

  • Jo B

    Appreciate the video. Really helps when you show the finished product and what to look for. Please do more!

  • USA 5GenMilitaryFam USA

    I am so going to start dehydrating. This is the answer I was looking for. Thank you so much!! 🥰

  • bamashutterbug

    I can’t wait until my cold weather crops come in! Saving this for sure!

  • Carolyn C

    I am so glad that you are back! Now I get to binge watch what I have missed.
    I have your book and love to dehydrate. It makes me more confident when I can watch the videos too. Thank you.

  • Wanda Williams

    Thanks for sharing this. I can never finish a whole head of bok choy. Now, I can save it.. Thanks for sharing.

  • Daisy Gal

    My cauliflower just stays leathery. It won’t dry/crumble like yours. It’s been going for 16 hours and I cut them small. Oh dear I hope their ok.

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