Nov 062012

Welcome to the Food Dehydrator Giveaway – Week 2 of the Survival Series Giveaways

For the next several weeks, Krazy Clippers and our featured sponsor, Copy-Kids will explore different ways in which we can be prepared in our homes for unexpected events.

Last week in our Survival Series we showcased Canning as a means of food preservation and storage.

This week we’re featuring an even simpler way to preserve foods — Food Dehydration. Food dehydration is one of the oldest and easiest methods of preserving foods. You really don’t need many skills to pull this one off… just the right equipment!

Find out more about Food Dehydration here! Also, Pinterest is a great place to find ideas for foods you can dehydrate. Here are a few of my favorite boards: Dehydrating Foods and Food Dehydrating. What a simple way to store away healthy food for a rainy day!!

One Lucky Reader will win the Snack Master Express Food Dehydrator and a Copy-Kids eat fruits & vegetables DVD!

Snack Master Express Food Dehydrator Copy-Kids eat fruits & vegetables DVD


Open to US Residents. Enter Below & Good luck!!!
This Giveaway ends 11/9/12 at 11:59 pm EST.

NOTE: Winner will be notified by email. Winner will have 48 hours to claim their prize before a new winner will be selected. Please add to your email contacts.

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  22 Responses to “Food Dehydrator Giveaway – Week 2 of the Survival Series”

Comments (22)
  1. Tomatoes 🙂 and of course many others but first tomato.

  2. Bananas and apples!

  3. My kids love dried fruit and fruit leather!

  4. Apples and berries

  5. Fruits and to make jerky

  6. i would dehydrate a whole bunch of fruits

  7. Various and very thin slices of meat and fish, just for experimenting because I’ve never had a dehydrator. I would also do bananas, cranberries, apricots..etc 🙂 Thank you

  8. tomatoes

  9. jerky

  10. Apple fruit leather

  11. tomatoes

  12. I am hoping to make deer jerky if I bag a deer this hunting season.

  13. I would start with fruits — apples!! My kids love dried apples!!

  14. My own fruit snacks & treats for my dogs. It would be cheaper to make my own dog treats!

  15. I’ve got a family of Beef Jerky lovers, so we’d make some of that as well as fruits galore!

  16. bananas

  17. Bananas, apples, apricots, jerky, and blueberries.

  18. It would be neat to make our own jerky. Maybe raisins.

  19. Pineapple!

  20. Apples

  21. I would use it to dehydrate fruit.

  22. beef jerky & banana chips

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