dehydrate

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Synonyms for dehydrate

to make or become free of moisture

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preserve by removing all water and liquids from

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remove water from

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lose water or moisture

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2] Sweetening Units [check] Glycol Dehydrators [check] [check] [check] [check] * Note: EPAhas not yet finalized regulations for these facilities.
Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the dehydrators and contact LEM Products Distribution for instructions on free shipping and repair of the recalled product.
au to find out more information about food dehydrators and cold press juicers.
The company added a new line of smaller dehydrators after Stone's wife, on a vacation with Stone in California, noticed many small farms with roadside stands that she thought could use dehydrators.
Over the next several months, Harris evaluated the range of dehydrators on the market and in May 2006 presented their findings to PM DCATS.
But then so does the fancy cooked vegan meal, which would draw much more electricity than would many hours of dehydrator use.
They can be dried easily in a convection oven, but if you want to keep your kitchen cool, use a food dehydrator.
They want to know where they can buy the dehydrators.
Thus, while the initial cost of vacuum dehydrators with refrigeration units will be higher, their bottom line cost in terms of dollars per gallon of purified oil will be lower since both maintenance and utility-related costs are reduced.
Sahara is sized right, runs quietly compared with most dehydrators, comes equipped with alarm functions and is virtually maintenance free.
Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Dehydrators For Hpts Doordarshan Network In North Zone
The dehydrators are gray and are made of plastic and metal.
For more information on dehydrators, check out Pleasant Hill Grain Co.
The final MACT standard for this subcategory of small dehydrators requires existing affected sources to meet a unit-specific BTEX emission limit of 3.
Smokers or dehydrators must be able to keep the meat above the level where bacteria grows, about 140 degrees, says Denise Pohrman of Mohawk Valley Meats in Springfield.