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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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'By assuming the intervention of dehydrator / desalination equipment with our own effort, we from the Carabobo Division contribute to the reduction of execution times, since we adapt them to our operational need, which represents a significant saving to the Corporation.
So when you have tomatoes up to your ears, more rosemary than you know what to do with, and a fruit tree bending under the weight of its crop, having a dehydrator that can handle that bounty is a real boon.
Second, VADOC piloted a food dehydrator for two months at Rustburg Correctional Unit (with approximately 150 inmates) in Rustburg, Virginia.
Most dehydrators work by utilizing heated air and distributing it with a fan into an enclosed space to dry food.
"For a millennial, the trend of being healthy means more than weight loss or looking good, it's a more holistic approach to health," said Meagan Bradley, vice president of marketing for The Legacy Companies, makers of Omega-branded juicers and Excalibur food dehydrators, among other product categories.
“It's ironic that what is essentially a cave man diet is experiencing a resurgence thanks to modern technology like the internet and appliances such as quality food dehydrators and cold press juicers.”
Their project aims at addressing the 20 to 30 percent food spoilage rate for poor rural Indian farmers via cost-effective dehydrators powered by solar conduction.
For more information on dehydrators, check out Pleasant Hill Grain Co.
This subcategory consists of glycol dehydrators with an actual annual average natural gas flow rate of less than 283,000 standard cubic meters per day (scmd) or actual average benzene emissions less than 0.9 Mg/yr.
Officials were worried about saboteurs potentially wreaking havoc in the country's food canneries, so they installed Miller dehydrators as a backup in all the major canneries.
While we strive to preserve foods at the height of freshness, one neat way to use dehydrators is to make fruit leathers.
Back in 2006, you ran an article on engine dehydrators in Aviation Consumer.
Dehydrators come in all sizes and price ranges; I went with a fairly large home model from Excalibur.
A renewed interest in home gardening, combined with a surging interest in buying local and eating healthier, has increased the demand for food dehydrators to dry fruits, vegetables and spices.
If this trend were to continue through the 15-year life cycle of the 17 AS-3199s PM DCATS will field, Jackson estimated it would cost $12.3 million to maintain the current dehydrators and refurbish or replace the components they caused to fail.