A Beginner’s Guide to Dehydrating Food

A Beginner’s Guide to Dehydrating Food

Dehydrating food allows it to have a shelf life that’s much longer than usual. It works by inhibiting bacterial action, which is the reason behind food spoilage. But does dehydrating food kill bacteria? No, it doesn’t. What it does is remove moisture, just like what the process’ name suggests, which allows bacteria to thrive. In many…

How to Store a Cake Without a Container: Practical Tips

How to Store a Cake Without a Container: Practical Tips

Cake containers come in glass and plastic. There are also disposable cake containers that allow you to store as well as transport whole or sliced cake. If you don’t have a container for a delicious cake that you baked, purchased, or received as a present, worry not. That’s because you can keep it from going…

How To Store Distilled Water According to Experts

How To Store Distilled Water According to Experts

Most people do not realize that there certain rules when storing may not be aware that water, specifically distilled water, properly. Why? Well, it’s because distilled water has unique physical characteristics that can affect its properties if not properly stored. The best way to store distilled water is in a glass container to avoid contamination….

Dehydrating Food Without A Dehydrator [Air Fryer, Smoker, Pressure Cooker, Convection Oven]

Dehydrating Food Without A Dehydrator [Air Fryer, Smoker, Pressure Cooker, Convection Oven]

Food dehydrators are devices that can remove moisture from food to enhance its preservation while retaining the nutritional value. It is a great way to preserve many fruits and vegetables that are perfect for snacking and ideal for campers. Besides, dehydrating foods can bring out the best flavor in herbs while keeping them around during…