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Chef Glenn's new book features favorite backpacking recipes and food dehydrating techniques collected from 100 issues of his newsletter, Trail Bytes, and more.
Chef Glenn's method of pressure cooking chicken with aromatic ingredients before dehydrating it. Excellent rehydration.
Making bread crumbs with a dehydrator is fast. Use for chili toppings and for adding to ground beef. Dehydrate cake the same way for unique desserts.
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