Josh is a keen prep-per testing the dehydrators out regularly, storing produce with long shelf life but still maintaining its flavour, it's his passion. So when in doubt talk to Josh, he can help you out.
In this blog we are going to talk about the pros and the cons for both dehydrators and freeze dryers. After reading this blog, you will be able to compare the two and decide which one is better for your situation. Dehydrating and freeze drying both refer to the process of removing water from food. Dehydration is the removal of water from food by having it go through a drying chamber where it's exposed to heat and humidity. When using freeze drying, the food is frozen into a solid frozen state, and then subjected to the removal of ice water particles.Read More
How the dehydrated fruit industry has grown throughout the United Kingdom in recent years.Read More