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whats a good brand food dyhydrator

was thinking of buying a food dehydrator for veggies and fruits is this one ok or what is a good brand to get ? http://www.walmart.com/ip/Snackmaste...#ProductDetail

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that one seems to have very good reviews

we use a cheaper one that works well, but before we used the oven on the lowest temp lol it takes hours. i cant remember the brand i use.



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my birds all love veggie crisp by Golden feast but it's so expensive so I thought I would make my own how do you do the green beans ? thats one of their favorites, do I have to cook green beans first? do any of the veggies have to be cooked first ? like squash , sweet potaoes, green beans , zucini ?

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i am not sure, i mostly do fruits. i would assume anything that is toxic raw would have to be cooked first. just what i would think.



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Any thing that birds are allowed for example lets use tiels their allowed chicken but it has to be cooked. even certain potatos.
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I really want an exalibur they are supposed be amazing!

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