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Giveaway: Stainless Steel Excalibur Dehydrator ($400 Value)

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Ten Bucks

It was a bet I was willing to take for the prospect of fruit roll-ups, freshly dried garden herbs, and salty sweet almonds. My garage sale purchase was nothing fancy, but it saved me a lot of money, and what’s not to love about THAT??

I wore out the motor on that little dehydrator in less than a year, so I started shopping for a better one. This month I’m giving away the one I chose for myself, only better!

The Excalibur Stainless Steel 5-Tray is incredibly durable – it comes with a 10 year warranty – and it has a few features that I absolutely love:

 

  • The 26 hour timer allows you to leave the house while your dehydrator finishes up a batch of goodies – no need to rush home to turn it off. (Also, even if you’re home it’s just one less thing to have to keep track of during the day)
  • Unlike my older version which has plastic trays that I line with parchment paper, this one comes with stainless steel trays
  • More inexpensive models often only have one temperature setting, but this one has an adjustable thermostat that ranges from 95F to 155F

Wondering how I save money with my Excalibur? Here are a few ideas:

How To Save Money With A Dehydrator

One of the best ways to maximize great deals on produce is to stock up and preserve them for later. Summer tomatoes are dried for a zesty addition to italian dishes later and fruits such as apples can be dried with cinnamon for a kid-friendly treat.  You can also dry herbs you grow for use in the winter, make beef jerky, yogurt, dry coconut flour, and make your own soaked and dehydrated nuts/beans/grains.

How To Enter

1. Click on this link:

Stainless Steel Excalibur 5 Tray Dehydrator

(It will take you to Amazon.com to read about the product. Just come back here and carry on with steps 2 & 3.)

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3. Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter the giveaway. This giveaway is open to everyone, but the dehydrator will be shipped to continental U.S. residents only. Winners who are residents outside of the U.S. will receive a gift card for the lowest listed price for the prize on Amazon.

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2,243 Responses to Giveaway: Stainless Steel Excalibur Dehydrator ($400 Value)

  1. Stephanie

    says:

    fruit leather!

  2. Courtney

    says:

    Beef Jerky!

  3. holly reed

    says:

    I would make apple chips!

  4. Jessica

    says:

    I am going to use it to dehydrate my soaked grains!

  5. First thing will be dried apples. They are my kiddos’ favorite!

  6. Beth L

    says:

    First up on the “to do” list if I won the dehydrator would be crispy nuts, fruit leather and jerky.

  7. April M

    says:

    I’d dehydrate surplus from my garden.

  8. Annette

    says:

    Beef jerky!

  9. Hallie

    says:

    I would SO love to try making yogurt… but would REALLY put it to use drying herbs!!

  10. Katie Winston

    says:

    would love to make fruit leather and dried apples!!!

  11. Cheryl Medlin

    says:

    Beef jerky, all the way!

  12. FRAN KOZICKI

    says:

    After winning this, I would dehuydrate onions first, and try out the timer!!

  13. Lee

    says:

    Dried strawberries!

  14. Jennifer

    says:

    peppered beef jerky…yummmmm!

  15. Genevieve

    says:

    I’m a new stay at home mom trying to save money and have healthy options for my little family. My husband would be psyched for some homemade jerky!

  16. chagit

    says:

    I would love to try soooo many things!!! Maybe veggie chips would be the first..

  17. Heather A.

    says:

    Jerky! :)

  18. LindaW

    says:

    My toddler LOVES dried apples. I think they’d be an easy first try.

  19. Melanie

    says:

    I’d dry the herbs that are somehow still green despite the snow first, but what I’m really looking forward to is drying tomatoes from our garden!

  20. Lyzz says:

    Natural Remedies for a Fever pinned!

  21. Amber W says:

    I will probably experiment with fruits for the first thing! My son loves chips so I am hoping to make crispy banana chips!

  22. michele

    says:

    I would start out with almonds because i’ve been wanting to soak and dry them for a long time!

  23. Jessica

    says:

    I chose the post about top mistakes people make when going Gluten-Free because we are trying to do this. I have an autoimmune disease and am hoping that it will make not only me feel healthier, but also my family.

  24. Katie M

    says:

    Definitely some dried fruit! Or maybe fruit leather… or beef jerky! Mmm…. jerky

  25. Rebekah

    says:

    I think I’d make banana chips!

  26. Anna L

    says:

    Dried mango and beef jerkey

  27. Em

    says:

    First thing I’d make is beef jerky or apple rings or fruit leather….can’t decide!

  28. Katy

    says:

    I would probably make crispy nuts first, since most fruit is out of season right now. I know I would use it for yogurt as well. Then, come spring and summer, I’m sure I’d be using it daily for fruits and veg! Thanks for another great giveaway! :)

  29. Angela

    says:

    I’d dehydrate fruit!

  30. Kelley

    says:

    I’ve pinned your homemade hot cocoa mix and homemade marshmallows.

  31. Kristy says:

    I love dried apples to snack on, and since they’re readily available (even now), it would probably be first… but oh, the things I’d like to try: strawberries, persimmons, apricots, pear… the list is endless!

  32. Angela Y

    says:

    I would make some kale chips.

  33. Lindsay

    says:

    Been eyeing one of these to dehydrate sprouted grains…
    Next in line will be beef jerky – yum!

  34. Kathy

    says:

    I would LOVE to make homemade fruit leathers for the kiddos!

  35. Melissa

    says:

    Beef jerky

  36. Jeri Thurber

    says:

    Fruit leather.

  37. Becky E

    says:

    Dried apples and fruit leather for kid snacks!

  38. Korey

    says:

    Banana chips.

  39. Barbra H.

    says:

    Dried pineapple is the best!!

  40. Hallie

    says:

    I repinned the cinnamon kombucha!! Can’t wait to try it! :)

  41. Susannah Petrounov

    says:

    I would make Kale Chips stat!

  42. Teresa

    says:

    apple slices

  43. Jess Lamson

    says:

    I’ll want to make beef jerky first but I probably actually make fruit leather!

  44. Sarah M.

    says:

    Fruit leather and deer jerky

  45. Janet

    says:

    Fruit leather!

  46. kiersten

    says:

    Apple chips or jerky!

  47. Kristy

    says:

    I’d make dehydrated nuts for sure!

  48. Stephanie

    says:

    Dried apples, cherries and berries!!!

  49. michele

    says:

    cherry pie larabars! been making em every week for school snacks!

  50. Becca

    says:

    would like to try jerky

  51. Kailee

    says:

    I would love to make dried herbs! I can never get through what I have growing in the herb garden in the summer and then I could enjoy them all year! Yum!

  52. Maile

    says:

    I would make dried fruit leather for my kids

  53. Shelby

    says:

    I pinned “homemade ketchup”..and “dried mangoes”…and “lentil stew”. Got a little carried away :)

  54. Amanda F

    says:

    Mmmmm fruit leather would be amazing

  55. Donna Marie Cali

    says:

    The minute we bring a dehydrator home we will make lots and lots of kale chips :)

  56. Kelly G

    says:

    Dried pineapple and mango…my favorite

  57. Janet

    says:

    I pinned the tallow lotion post. I bought some too. So excited to try it out!

  58. April

    says:

    Grain-Free Almond Butter Cookies :)

  59. Kaitlyn

    says:

    I really love that it has metal trays and temperature settings.
    I had a cheap one with plastic trays, followed the directions carefully, rotating the trays every few hours… and it still melted the trays. It was really depressing.

  60. Lee Ann Kaplan

    says:

    Looks awesome! I’d love to make some jerky and fruit leather with this!

  61. Kara

    says:

    I re-pinned 25 At-Home Science Experiments, can’t wait to try some of them with the kiddos!

  62. myllysia

    says:

    Beef jerky

  63. Susanne

    says:

    Dried strawberries cranberries . Beef Jerky. Save money by making my own and no preservatives.

  64. SUSAN

    says:

    deer and beef jerky and in the summer lots of good veggies

  65. Jessie C.

    says:

    I would make dried cranberries.

  66. Patty C.

    says:

    Fruit leather will be first. Dried apples a close second. Crispy nuts. Sprouted grains. So many uses!

  67. Katy H.

    says:

    Dried fruit! Yum – apples, mangoes, bananas, etc..

  68. Rebekah

    says:

    I pinned the homemade marshmallow post-http://www.pinterest.com/pin/54395107973388530/

  69. Korey

    says:

    Paleo Lemon Bars was my favorite recent post! Yum!

  70. Stephanie

    says:

    I want to make venison jerky. I pinned your 40 healthy snacks for kids.

  71. Heather

    says:

    That dehydrator looks awesome and I would definitely make the dehydrated strawberries!

  72. Lois Sciligo

    says:

    SNEAK PEEK: DIY Non-Toxic Cleaning Recipes – So important when you have little ones about the house and for those who constantly fight allergies and sensitivities to chemicals. Love your website btw! I’m a grandmother now, wish you had been around when I was raising my children. Thanks!

  73. laurie

    says:

    dried jerky – just bought a 1/4 cow!

  74. Jennifer

    says:

    Fruit leather…no jerky…bread. I don’t know so many things to do!

  75. Julie

    says:

    dried apples and mango

  76. Pat S.

    says:

    25 tips for real food on a budget

  77. Betsy

    says:

    I pinned the dehydrator.

  78. rachel

    says:

    I would first make some apple and banana chips. Yummo!♥

  79. Melissa B

    says:

    I love the oil cleansing among so many of your other recipes!!! You are such a help in my efforts to leaving a healthy lifestyle! Thank you!

  80. Amyeileen@gmail.com

    says:

    I would dry herbs! And definitely dehydrate fruit and beef for jerkey :)

  81. Rachel

    says:

    I’d start with fruit for my toddler to snack on, probably apples!!

  82. Lindsay

    says:

    Beef jerky! We call it dried meat in my family and it is worth double its weight in gold.

  83. liz

    says:

    I’m making banana chips !!!!

  84. Kaitlyn

    says:

    I’d make dried strawberries and bananas first. Yum :)

  85. Lee Ann Kaplan

    says:

    I pinned Red Wine and Sushi: Pregnancy Diet Myths Debunked/ very interesting read!

  86. Katie

    says:

    ave always wanted one! I think i would start with beef jerky for my husband :)

  87. Camerly B

    says:

    Jerky!!!

  88. laura

    says:

    dried strawberries

  89. liz

    says:

    I favourited your “No-Cook Chocolate & Nut Butter Fudge”
    Definitely going to try these!!

  90. Sarah

    says:

    Happy tummy almond butter! And raw kale chips, omg.

  91. Lori

    says:

    Apple slices.

  92. Sarah C.

    says:

    I’d make fruit roll-ups for my boys! They LOVE them!

  93. monica crust

    says:

    Apple slices

  94. Laura Stephens

    says:

    Which thing first?! I think I’d like to make me some fruit leather. I’m totally addicted to it when I want something sweet.

  95. Coley

    says:

    If I won I would make dried strawberries and mangos! Yum!

  96. Ami

    says:

    I want to dry my herbs

  97. LaDonna

    says:

    I’d try yogurt for sure!

  98. Julie

    says:

    Zuchinni chips!

  99. Michelle

    says:

    Definitely would start with fruits and make fruit leather for the grandboys!!

  100. Michelle Wigfall

    says:

    I pinned the DIY non-toxic cleaning recipes as I can’t collect enough of them! It is definitely a passion. I am currently experimenting with soapnuts and am blown away with the clean, super soft results.

  101. Susan Lawrence

    says:

    I pinned your post about making yoghurt in a dehydrator. Would love to try it in this!

  102. Tamara

    says:

    Beef jerkey!

  103. Tracy

    says:

    I pinned the natural teeth whitening post that you did! I would love to have a dehydrator, I want to make fruit leather! Also try my hand at jerky!

  104. I’ve pinned the homemade sunscreen.

  105. Kimberly J.

    says:

    I would love to win this and make jerky and fruit crisps. My favorite post that I put on Pinterest was How to Season and Care for Cast Iron Cookware.

  106. Mariyana Petrova

    says:

    Apple chips.

  107. Kindra

    says:

    Dried fruit for the kiddos!

  108. Mindy says:

    I pinned your birth video. I wish I had someone that would have captured those moments for me with my 4 children.

  109. Megan

    says:

    Yogurt and soaked nuts to top it with!

  110. monica

    says:

    Crispy nuts!

  111. Cassandra

    says:

    I’d love to dehydrate herbs and make beef jerky. Thanks for the opportunity :)

  112. Emily R

    says:

    Probably make homemade yogurt for the beneficial strains of bacteria! I pinned the How to Make Vanilla Extract article since I hear that homemade is way better than storebought!

  113. Gini

    says:

    My first attempt at dehydrating with the Excalibur would either be herbs and vegetables to use in soups, or jerky. :)

  114. Melissa

    says:

    I pinned the Vanilla extract making post. :)

  115. Marissa

    says:

    Beef jerky! Or kale chips… or banana chips… or nuts… it would be a very difficult decision! LoL

  116. Laurie

    says:

    I chose “Easy Homemade Deodorant”

  117. kathleen kiley

    says:

    fruit leather

  118. Sheila

    says:

    I pinned…….”What to eat while traveling on a GAPS diet.”

  119. cori doron

    says:

    i will soak and dehydrate some almonds for almond butter! love it! what a great giveaway!

  120. Rachelle

    says:

    I use my tiny little dehydrator for dehydrating nuts and seeds– I would love to have one big enough that I can do a bunch at once. The kids have been begging for fruit roll up snacks, which I never have the space to make because the dehydrator is always full of nuts and seeds– I think this would solve that problem and then some! :)

  121. Mery

    says:

    I would make dried bananas :)

  122. Anna Hawkes

    says:

    Fruit snacks, kale chips, mostly snacks. :)

  123. Jennie S

    says:

    I pinned ‘DIY Sunscreen’!

  124. Wendi B.

    says:

    We love making sun dried tomatoes out of our garden. Our dehydrator is on its last leg, so we could really use this!

  125. amber

    says:

    Since all I make is jerky in my old one and the smell & taste has leached into the plastic I’d like to do something sweet for a change

  126. Lindsey

    says:

    The first thing I’d make would be fruit leather!

  127. Karla

    says:

    Jerky! All kinds of it!

  128. Gini

    says:

    I pinned 25 tips for Real Food on a Budget

  129. monica

    says:

    I pinned the post about soaking and dehydrating nuts.

  130. Terra W

    says:

    I would make dried bananas and apples!

  131. Sally

    says:

    My husband and I are working closely this year on an organic vegetable farm, and we hope to expand into more fresh herbs this season. I would love to use this dehydrator to dry our own herbs and vegetables! Onion rings, kale chips, dried basil!

  132. Denayc

    says:

    I pinned the Lavendar Mint Soothing Herbal Body Butter. I’m just starting into the DIY butters, soaps, lotion bars etc. and I am collecting the recipes I find the most interesting…can’t wait to try this one.

  133. Casey

    says:

    Oh, how I want one of these! I would make banana, plaintain, pejibaye and coconut flour for baking. I would also love to make soaked and dried nuts, yogurt, and sprouted and dried beans.

  134. TiffanyH

    says:

    Pinned: Easy Spring Plants to Grow

  135. Kayla

    says:

    I pinned the one on circumcision :)

  136. Vannessa farmer

    says:

    Fruit leather!!

  137. jenn

    says:

    I have always wanted a dehydrator. My family Looooooooves dried fruit and this would allow me to make lots of it!! Please, please, please pick us!!!

  138. Calien Laure

    says:

    I would probably start with the nuts. I use them pretty much daily. Then would be dehydrating pears and cherries. They’ve had some really nice ones at the stores lately!

  139. Shira

    says:

    Salmon jerky!

  140. Dawn

    says:

    I pinned the article on The 5 Most Common Gluten Diet Mistakes. We have been looking into this; very interesting. Thank you for the opportunity to enter to win such an awesome gadget. :)

  141. Christina

    says:

    Jerky!

  142. Sarah D

    says:

    I would make sprouted nuts and seeds and raw cookies and breads!

  143. Janet says:

    oooh!!! Thank you for this competition!!! I would first make cauliflower popcorn, and then I’d dehydrate some pineapple, and fruit bits, and olives, and .. and … and…!

  144. Kim F.

    says:

    crispy nuts

  145. Aylin

    says:

    Fruits a d beef jerky

  146. june

    says:

    TOMATOES!!!!

  147. Elizabeth

    says:

    Lots and lots of fruit and veggie chips as well as coconut, and jerky

  148. Kaitlyn

    says:

    I would use it to dehydrate soaked almonds/pecans, and I’d also try making homemade fruit leather and jerkey.

  149. Tiffany says:

    I’d be making beef jerky first and then drying herbs!

  150. Valerie F

    says:

    I’d make fruit roll ups for the kids! & try to make crackers too!

  151. Lori Pay

    says:

    Veggie chips…or fruit leather! I can’t decide! :)

  152. Katie Smith

    says:

    Dried herbs!

  153. Amanda

    says:

    I would dehydrate apples.

  154. Vicki

    says:

    Would love this for nuts….my oven is not quite cutting it…

  155. Esther

    says:

    I used to have an Excalibur dehydrator. They are amazing!! But, living in NYC, once the roaches decided it was a good place to hide, I couldn’t use it anymore. Can’t wait to make dehydrated raw almonds and crispy apple chips again!

    As for the pin, one of my favorite articles is the antioxidants vs. sunscreen.

  156. Gia Welch

    says:

    Fruit leathers! I grew up with jerky from the dehydrator, but hubby has a smoker, so that’s the way we do it now.

  157. Nicky

    says:

    dried fruit

  158. Jeni

    says:

    Banana chips!

  159. Michelle T

    says:

    There are 5 trays, so all sorts of dried fruit! Apples, bananas, oranges, kiwi, and raisins to name a few :)

  160. jennifer

    says:

    Well, I would most likely dry fruit, but my daughter is wanting to make placenta capsules when her baby is born so this may be our first use if I win.

  161. Jessica

    says:

    Soaked and dehydrated nuts. :)

  162. Valerie

    says:

    I would dehydrate mango and bananas, first!

  163. Angela

    says:

    I have not used a dehydrator before although I would love to have one. Having eight children at home makes finding nutritious snacks a little tougher and a lot more expensive. I think with this I would be able to buy bulk in season produce and make a large amount of snacks! Wish me luck!

  164. Tamara

    says:

    Fruit leather and dried nuts!

  165. Samantha R

    says:

    Probably jerky or dried fruit.

  166. Alicia

    says:

    Soaked nuts!

  167. laura

    says:

    soaked granola

  168. Joy

    says:

    I’d like to make my own garlic and onion powders!

  169. Ilka W. J.

    says:

    Banana chips! For some reason, nobody really asks for them, but when I have them, they are gone in no time! LOL

  170. Heather S

    says:

    Jerky first! Then fruit leather.

  171. Sheryll Ziemer

    says:

    Love this giveaway! I would like to dehydrate some fresh herbs. I always seem to buy fresh, not use them all and they go to waste.

  172. There are so many things to dehydrate! Jerky, fruit, veggies, and the list just keeps on going!

  173. Sarah

    says:

    Sour Gummies! We make these practically every day!

  174. tara

    says:

    I wish this was the bigger 9 tray model. I already own a regular 9 tray model. and it is always full( there is only 3 of us with a small garden) we do a lot of fruit and raw food style type dehydrating sprouting nuts grains etc and then dehydrating. As well as dehydrating almond flour coconut flour. But we do just our normal produce as well… It is a main staple in my kitchen. It is great not to waste food. IF your fruits or veggies are looking a bit wilted you can just dehydrate them instead of wasting! fruit type snack are wonderful. ( try different melon chunks!! heavenly!I cut them big though they shrink a lot) would love this though This one looks a lot easier to clean! And i need more shelves!

  175. Karen

    says:

    I pinned http://www.pinterest.com/pin/125397170848659820/ and when I get a dehydrator the first thing I am going to make is dried tomatoes and venison jerkey.

  176. Deb. Mathenia

    says:

    I would make chicken jerky for the dogs!

  177. Casey

    says:

    I pinned the post on the homemade pregnancy tea: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/460000549411230100/

  178. Sally says:

    I would make beef jerky.

  179. Karina

    says:

    Fruit leather, soaked nuts, etc!
    Life After Ketchup {GAPS Update}

  180. Rachel

    says:

    I would make almond flour from my remains of my almond milk!

  181. Stephanie says:

    Apple chips for sure! Then I’d attempt beef jerky :)

  182. Stephanie Bowden

    says:

    Crispy nuts

  183. Misha

    says:

    I really want to make soaked granola!

  184. katharine says:

    oh, granola for sure and then a ton of other things. thanks.

  185. Syrita Barbera

    says:

    Hubby is Italian, so I make a ton of recipes that include garlic powder. Would love to make it myself. Thanks so much. REally love you recipes, not just saying that. (0:

  186. Holly

    says:

    I would make dried pears!

  187. Norma Tumberg

    says:

    Dried tomatoes, fruit leather, beef jerky, crackers, dried fruit….. to name a few things.

  188. I’m going to dehydrate lots and lots of fruit, but I also want to make beef jerky, and my kids will be very, very happy if I can learn to make our own fruit leather. And nuts and granola?!? I didn’t even know I could do those with this!! Now I want to win even more, if that’s possible!

  189. Kristen says:

    Kale Chips! I burn them all too often in the oven.

  190. cherieann

    says:

    fruit leather, dried fruit chips, and jerkies! Thanks for the giveaways. <3

  191. Liz

    says:

    beef jerky and soaked-then-dehydrated nuts

  192. Annette

    says:

    I would like to make jerky and dried fruits

  193. Katie Smith

    says:

    I repinned the one about making your own natural Easter egg dyes!

  194. Tami says:

    I’ll be drying fruit and making fruit leather!

  195. Kristen Saucedo

    says:

    Jerky I’ve been craving it for months, then fruit leather for my son!

  196. Monica b.

    says:

    I’ve always wanted to make jerky. I once had deer jerky and loved it! If I win, I’d have to find someone to give me some deer meat.

  197. Tiffany M.

    says:

    Dried strawberries!

  198. Stephanie KL

    says:

    All stainless steel with a 10-yr. guarantee. What’s not to like. I’ve been wanting a dehydrator for so long. After soaking nuts I dry them in the oven. Having a dehydrator would free up my oven for other meals. I would try making your pumpkin spice granola. Yogurt in a dehydrator? Now that sounds like an interesting challenge. My husband loves yogurt but the commercially available yogurt contains too much sugar. I may have discovered a viable option!

  199. Norma Tumberg

    says:

    I have several fave posts but really love this one:
    Grain-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies (GAPS Friendly)

  200. Christina Smith

    says:

    Granola!!

  201. Amanda

    says:

    My husband will make dehydrated watermelon as a treat for the family!

  202. Melissa

    says:

    I dont have one…I cant pick just one…lol…I love checking and re checking your DIY boards…there is always something more i can learn from or something i missed from the last time i looked. I am most interested in making my own Milk based Keifer as well as water based Keifer so that is my current favorite…thanks again

  203. Mira M

    says:

    How to make Homemade Ginger Ale – pinned. :)

  204. Crystal

    says:

    Definitely banana chips!

  205. Lauren

    says:

    Fruit leather for the kiddos!

  206. Clarissa Eads

    says:

    I would love to dehydrate my soaked grains.

  207. Courtney Foster

    says:

    My favorite post was Levi’s birth story :)

    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/286119382550339456/

  208. Chelsea G.

    says:

    I would make all kinds of fruit chips- banana fruit chips especially!

    As for the pin, I kept getting page not found when I clicked on your posts :( so I pinned a bunch of your I Heart Breastfeeding (Articles) to my Breast Is Best board. Such as- 101 Reasons To Breastfeed Your Child.

  209. Becky

    says:

    I’ve pinned many of your posts, I pinned this one, and almost always pin your recipes. Thanks for everything :)

  210. Jenny Zrubek

    says:

    Banana chips!!!

  211. Jessica

    says:

    My husband says we will be making jerky!!

  212. Rebecca

    says:

    I would make granola. :)

  213. Lindsey says:

    I pinned your Egg Drop Soup… yum! Just a heads up, a lot of the side bar links and recipe links (through the nav menu) aren’t working for me :( too bad too, cuz I really wanted to pin that marshmallow recipe!

  214. Mary Lapp says:

    I would make beef jerkey! :)

  215. Angela

    says:

    Definitely yogurt and crispy nuts! :)

  216. Paula

    says:

    apple chips

  217. Amanda

    says:

    I pinned the fermented the jalapenos. We have been talking about making our own fermented veggies…pickles, peppers, krauts… This seems like a great place to start.

  218. Stacy

    says:

    I would make soaked nuts! I love the almonds done this way.

  219. Emily

    says:

    I was to make kale chips!

  220. Sandra McGrandle

    says:

    I will attempt beef jerky! Also, I’m already subscribed to your newsletter. :)

  221. Gabrielle

    says:

    Beef jerky and granola!

  222. Jenell

    says:

    I’d make fruit leather!

  223. Monna says:

    I’ll dry apples. :)

  224. Darcie

    says:

    Not sure what I’d make first. Probably ALL THE THINGS.

  225. Jennifer

    says:

    Dried fruit… all. the. way. No question.
    I repined your pin of a Chris Kresser article on raw milk. It was hard to choose since we’ve already got so many pins in common.
    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/125397170844958799/

  226. Celeste

    says:

    homemade ginger ale

  227. Sammi-Jo

    says:

    It would be amazing to use this to dry my fresh herbs :)

  228. Jeannette Olton

    says:

    Apple chips.

  229. Gilla says:

    Beef Jerky, better know to us as Biltong a South African favorite!!!

  230. Melissa

    says:

    I pinned your tutorial on “Man Stink Killer” deodorant. My husband and I have been using this for a week and it’s working great so far! If I win, I’m definitely going to try drying tomatoes since we grow so many during the summers.

  231. Amanda Clouse

    says:

    I would make banana chips with some local raw honey. Yum!

  232. Paula Nothstine

    says:

    Definitely fruit leather.

  233. Monica G

    says:

    I tried going to the post to pin my favorite but got an error of page not found. So when I tried to go to others same thing. Anyway… I was going pin the oil cleansing how to post. I’ve been oil cleansing for the past month and so far love it. Thank you! :)

  234. Anjuli

    says:

    I would make fruit leather! And apple chips.

  235. Amy

    says:

    Fruit leather

  236. Liz G.

    says:

    Would love to win this, would make amazing beef jerky!!!

  237. Kristin Moriarty

    says:

    I would dry my soaked nuts first. Excited it’s stainless steel!! Thanks!

  238. Rebecca

    says:

    Garlic for making garlic powder.

  239. Ruth

    says:

    Beef jerky!

  240. Alaina

    says:

    I would soak and dehydrate nuts immediately. Then fruit rolls.

  241. Jana

    says:

    Fruit leather or dried basil.

  242. Candice

    says:

    trail mix

  243. Susan

    says:

    fruit leather!

  244. Misty

    says:

    this would make perfect camping and traveling snacks!

  245. Liz G.

    says:

    Pinned the Sour gummy stars post!

  246. Jes

    says:

    I love your website, and following you on pinterest! I have never owned a dehydrater but alway thought it would be so much fun to try out recipes and projects like fruit leather snacks, and dried apple/banana chips! YUM!

  247. Candiss

    says:

    yogurt!!

  248. Lance

    says:

    Soaked and dried nuts!

  249. Taylor

    says:

    Awesome giveaway! I would definitely make some fruit leather!

  250. Cheryl Burella

    says:

    I need an easier, faster way to dry herbs for remedies and budget bought veggies.

  251. sharilyn

    says:

    veggies and fruits and anything else that I can dry out.

  252. Taylor

    says:

    I also pinned “Breastfeeding a toddler” here http://www.pinterest.com/pin/223491200232262898/!

  253. Sandee Hill

    says:

    I pinned “Let Your Baby Eat Bugs!! An Introduction to First Foods” onto my Doula board! :)

  254. Nancy K

    says:

    Levi’s birth story/video! Loved reading about this little potami.

  255. Leela

    says:

    Yogurt! Thank you :)

  256. Rachelle C.

    says:

    <3 this give-away!! Dried herbs and tomatoes!

  257. Dena

    says:

    Homemade Sour gummy stars is one that I pinned and use all of the time!

  258. Carisa

    says:

    soaked nuts

  259. lindsey says:

    Dried apples are my favorite! they would be the first things I make!

  260. Sandee Hill

    says:

    I would make jerky first! Been too long since I’ve made any!

  261. Cat

    says:

    Plantain chips! I love them!

  262. Maria says:

    I would love to use it to dry soaked nuts!

  263. Beth Burwell

    says:

    Fruit leather!

  264. Sarah

    says:

    there are so many options to choose from. i would probably let my kids pick first.

  265. Jessica

    says:

    I will make dried apples!

  266. Leah

    says:

    Dried apple slices and fruit leather, my favs growing up!

  267. kari

    says:

    Venison jerky!!!

  268. Parveen

    says:

    Chips!!!

  269. cat says:

    Crispy almonds! Right now I use my oven to dry my soaked nuts, but then I can’t use my oven for other things!

  270. Noel says:

    I want to try scrambled eggs! (I entered the wrong email address that I subscribed via…. and I can’t change it.)

  271. Amber

    says:

    Soaked nuts and beef jerky

  272. Dede

    says:

    I want to make Kale chips first (so I can stop buying the outrageously expensive ones at Whole Foods!!!)

  273. Kristi

    says:

    oven dried tomatoes and beef jerky!

  274. Gabriella

    says:

    Apple chips and yoghurt

  275. Marnita C.

    says:

    I’m making some apple chips. That sounds so yummy!

  276. Sarah P.

    says:

    The post/pin I most frequently refer to is sour gummies.
    I want a dehydrator to make coconut yogurt, jerky, fruit leather, granola . . . and the list goes on.

  277. I will make apple chips probably. We eat alot of those around here.

  278. Amy S

    says:

    Yogurt and jerky! Thank you!

  279. Melissa

    says:

    I’d really like to make fruit leather for my kids.

  280. Dianne

    says:

    I pinned DIY Non-Toxic Cleaning recipes. Thanks for your many great helps!

  281. Deirdre Hopkins

    says:

    Fruit leather.

  282. Sarah L

    says:

    I would use it to dry my garden herbs and tomatoes for winter use.

  283. Izzy

    says:

    I would make some venison jerky first! Then some fruit for my daughter.

  284. nikki

    says:

    Fruit leather.

  285. Sarah L

    says:

    I pinned your 3-ingredient body butter (lotion?) when it first came out. I make it on a regular basis. In fact, it is the only lotion my kids and I use anymore.

  286. Jamie C

    says:

    The first thing I’d make would be a dried fruit, yum!!

  287. Gabriella

    says:

    I pinned Lavender Mint Soothing Herbal Body Butter

  288. Amelie L

    says:

    I would start by dehydrating wild mushrooms !

    I’ve pinned that one: http://www.mommypotamus.com/category/blog/health-blog/

  289. Riley

    says:

    How to soak and dehydrate nuts

  290. Lorie

    says:

    I will be making Kale chips and fruit leather!

  291. Jessica

    says:

    I love the pin about homemade play dough and homemade crayons

  292. Jessica

    says:

    I would make fruit leather, chips, and learn to make bread and cookies, the one I have now is small, this would be a blast to win!!

  293. Lynn

    says:

    Dried everything for camping and snacking around the house. As well as herbs. :)

  294. Donna Farrell

    says:

    I pinned “link Love: When Snarky Meets Sublime”. I would make dried soaked almonds and also flax crackers on the dehydrator.

  295. Elise

    says:

    Hmm..strawberries, apples, jerky…

  296. Marnita C.

    says:

    I really like the post about the 5 ways to change your child’s palate toward real food.

  297. karen

    says:

    Dried Jerky!

    Pinterest post on heartburn :)

  298. Toni Terrell

    says:

    Healthy sour gummy stars.

  299. Sarah

    says:

    I would definitely make beef jerky and then plantain chips!

  300. Deb. Mathenia

    says:

    I pinned the post about cast iron cookware care:

    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/304626362266830678/

  301. Elisha Gallagher

    says:

    Fruit. I love Dried fruit!!!

  302. Michele

    says:

    Ohh I want to use mine to let bread rise AND make yogurt

  303. Kara

    says:

    I would make fruit chips first. Would love to make dried tomatoes in the summer too.

  304. candice

    says:

    Would love to be able to make my own Beef Jerky, dried fruits, etc that all my family can enjoy especially our toddler Lexi!

  305. MARCI

    says:

    my husband just started making beef jerky. this would be awesome so that we don’t need to run our oven at 170 all day long!

  306. Jess G

    says:

    Beef jerky!

  307. cat says:

    I just pinned your post with a recipe for gf/df pumpkin custard bars. They look so good! I can’t wait to try them out!

  308. Christine Bailey

    says:

    I would definatly make deer jerky! Yum!!

  309. Sheri

    says:

    First thing I would make is fruit roll-ups, followed by soup stock base, then dried nuts. So many things I’d like to get moving in this beauty!

  310. Carrie P

    says:

    First thing I’ll make is banana chips.

  311. mandy r

    says:

    SO MUCH TO TRY…..APPLESSSS , MMM YUMMYYYYYYYYY.

  312. Faith Mackillop

    says:

    Dried bananas and jerkey!

  313. I’ve pinned a ton of your stuff in my Natural Bath & Body, Baby, and GAPS, Fermented, & Whole Foods. Thanks!!

  314. Lori Nicholas

    says:

    I would make some amazing seasoned nuts. Almonds or cashews. I have had blueberry almonds before and I would try to make something like that. Yummy!!

  315. Melissa

    says:

    Brussel Sprout Crisps!!

  316. janosik says:

    HI! i’m trying to link up to your page but my favorite posts of yours are missing!! what happened and are they in a new location?? i’m looking for how you healed your daughter’s tooth decay, the one about not getting sunburn by having the proper nutrients(i LOVE all the research you put into that one..)! this is as far as I got… not sure if the nontoxic cleaning guest post is still there or not…
    Can you help??
    Thanks!
    Stefanie

    • Heather says:

      Hi Stephanie, there was a database issue this morning. The links are all still there, but you need to clear the cookies from your browser or access it from a different browser. So sorry for the hassle!

  317. Jess G

    says:

    I pinned the ‘healthy sour gummy stars’ recipe, love it!

  318. Tammy

    says:

    I’d try to make jerky.

  319. Marybeth

    says:

    Dried pears! (candy to my kiddos!)

  320. Kelli

    says:

    Fruit leather would definitely be first!

  321. Tammy

    says:

    I pinned the Lunch on the Go Survival Guide.

  322. Angela

    says:

    I’ve been eying them for awhile, but it’s not in the budget. I’d love to use it to make kale chips ooh and other fruit chips and fruit roll ups for the kids and jerky!

  323. Mishi Robinson

    says:

    Fruit Leather!

  324. Allison

    says:

    dried fruit!

  325. Loretta

    says:

    I’d make fruit leather!

  326. Lisa

    says:

    pinned gummy fruit stars

  327. Michele White

    says:

    I posted your yummy pumpkin bars on Pinterest

  328. Melody

    says:

    The first thing I’ll make using my dehydrator is sweet potato chips

  329. Jo Ocobock

    says:

    Oh, I would make some grass fed beef jerky! Thank you!

  330. Lisa

    says:

    first thing crispy nuts!

  331. Holly

    says:

    Banana chips, dried mango, pineapple, jerky, fruit leather…. I could go on and on and on…..

  332. Lori

    says:

    Getting into the healthier eating movement!!

  333. Michelle T

    says:

    I pinned your grain free chicken fried steak with gravy!

  334. Elisha Gallagher

    says:

    I pinned 7 Natural Remedies for Depression

  335. Sandy

    says:

    Have a freezer full of venison that I would love to jerk.

  336. Melissa

    says:

    Soaked nuts!! Also like to learn how to make jerky.

  337. Lori Nicholas

    says:

    I pinned a post about restless legs in pregnancy. This is my 4th pregnancy and with my last one I actually had restless arms. I would have to get up and shake them out repeatedly. It was awful!! I will keep this post handy so I can refer back to it.

  338. Brianne

    says:

    fruit leather!

  339. Jess

    says:

    Dehydrate herbs ;)

  340. Olinda Paul

    says:

    I have been wanting one of these for YEARS! There are so many things I would love to dehydrate. coconut strips, tomatoes, blue berries, jerky….the list goes on.

  341. ruth

    says:

    I would make beef jerky

  342. Karen

    says:

    The first thing I would make is yogurt. No more messing around with oven lights or coolers with hot water in them. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  343. Carolyn Boyd

    says:

    I would first make dried fruit – then the possibilities are endless!!

  344. Dani

    says:

    Mmmm. Can’t wait for plum season to turn my mom’s italian plums into yummy prunes. In the meantime, cranberries are on sale…

  345. Heather Koehler

    says:

    We just got a whole deer and don’t have enough room in our freezer! Deer jerky’s on the menu!

  346. Judy M.

    says:

    I pinned the article about Holistic Dentistry Q&A. Very interesting and this dentist is in my area, so I may check him out. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/85146249179078173/

  347. Sarah D

    says:

    I pinned Vanilla Bean Coconut Macaroons!

  348. Doina

    says:

    Beef jerky is the first thing I’ll make.

  349. Barbara

    says:

    Crispy nuts!

  350. Heather

    says:

    Jerky! And fruit leather. Oh how I would LOVE to win this beauty!

  351. April

    says:

    I would make so many different things!! Dried fruit probably first!

  352. Paula B`

    says:

    I pinned, among others, your 21 Grab & Go Snacks. And I’d probably try soaking and drying almonds first thing, and then maybe some apple chips. Dried tomatoes would be a must in season, and we recently found a super deal on organic blueberries and I would’ve dried several packages.

  353. Brittany

    says:

    Mm I would probably make fruit leathers/rollups or jerky!

  354. Denise Boston

    says:

    Not sure what I will make first. I have been wanting a dehydrator for so long! I guess I would start easy with fruit or kale. Love the idea about onion & garlic powder, never thought of that!

  355. Lisa

    says:

    I pinned the post for the Sour Gummies recipe. Can’t wait to try them!

  356. Christine

    says:

    beef jerky

  357. ra thompson

    says:

    soaked nuts and fruit before it gets too ripe to enjoy.??…no experience with these, but have pondered them for the past year..no idea what to look for/what to choose?…be great to win one!..

  358. kallie miller

    says:

    I would dehydrate my soaked walnuts and pecans.

  359. Sandra McGrandle

    says:

    For one of my all time fave posts of yours, I pinned Levi’s birth film in my collection called “Beautiful Things”…so loved it. We planned for home birth and ended up way overdue, pressured into going to the hospital for induction, and after a series of cascading interventions and 2 1/2 days of unmedicated back labor, ended up with an emergency C. Funny, no one told us our daughter was “sunny side up” till she was being removed from my body…it would have helped to know that. Anyway – your birth was much closer to what we had dreamed of! :) Thanks for sharing it!

  360. martine

    says:

    8 Natural Remedies for kids

  361. Becky L

    says:

    Beef jerky!

  362. Leela

    says:

    Yogurt! Thank you :-)

  363. Carissa says:

    Fruit leathers for my kids!!

  364. Mary

    says:

    Already drying tons of stuff but this will be a nice upgrade.

  365. Josselyn Claudio

    says:

    When I win, I’m going to make dried orange slices for the fairy house I’m making with my daughter.

  366. denise

    says:

    sweet potato chips and crispy nuts

  367. Tristen

    says:

    We do fruits and spices all the time here but our dehydrator is slowly dying

  368. I will make fruit leather?? OR…maybe dried fruit!!!

  369. Dianne Aikey

    says:

    I’d love to make some jerky! That, and homemade gingers :) Thanks!

  370. Julie

    says:

    banana chips

  371. Mandi

    says:

    Willing to try any types of fruit!

  372. Rachael

    says:

    I would make veggie chips, jerky, fruit leather and preserve my summer garden produce for the long winter :)

  373. Candace

    says:

    Healthy Sour Gummy Stars!!! Cant wait to make these for my little man!

  374. Mary

    says:

    way too many to choose just one :)

  375. Susan

    says:

    If I were to win, I’d make grass-fed beef jerky!

  376. Alda E

    says:

    Dried fruits are so good. I would like to try out drying herbs too.

  377. Stephanie

    says:

    Pinned your Blackened Salmon With Pineapple Mango Salsa. YUM!

    Would love to dehydrate loads of fruits and make jerky! :D

  378. Myra Callahan

    says:

    Would love to make crispy nuts with this. My oven can’t be set for a low enough temperature for it to be beneficial to making the soaked nuts.

  379. Nita

    says:

    Hi! I pinned ’25 Tips…Real Food on a Budget’. The first thing I would like to make are dried herbs. Thanks for this opportunity! Love seeing your posts go through my facebook feed!

  380. Kristina

    says:

    Love your blog posts! You have so much info on here I have to come back and keep reading!!:)

  381. Mallory

    says:

    I will make beef jerky!!

  382. Tristen

    says:

    pinned the almond cookies

  383. Beth

    says:

    Yummy beef and deer jerky!

  384. Susan

    says:

    I pinned my favorite post of yours: “How to Make Coconut Oil Soap” at http://www.pinterest.com/pin/234961305531758565/

    I can’t wait to try to make soap!

  385. shirley knieper

    says:

    I have 2 plastic dehydrators already, but this metal dehydrator sounds fantastic. I would use it to dry strawberries, blueberries, my vegies and maybe even try to make some jerky!

  386. kim

    says:

    tomato, onion powder – we love it on chicken, pork, potatoes etc
    I go through app 1 dehydrator a year, so maybe like you – its time for a better quality one ;)

  387. Faith

    says:

    If I won, I would make beef jerky first!

  388. Amanda Richardson

    says:

    That dehydrator would look real sexy in my kitchen with its first load of beef jerky…here in South Africa we call it ‘biltong’. Thank you for all the lovely posts xx

  389. Jenny says:

    I would properly prepare nuts! I pinned the pin about sunscreen and aging!

  390. Abby

    says:

    Crispy nuts!

  391. Stephanie

    says:

    Dried apples, crispy nuts and granola!!

  392. Reyna Villegas

    says:

    Honey and Cream Taffy!! Looks amazing and easy :)

  393. Liza

    says:

    I would sprout and dehydrate grains for quick use throughout the week :)

  394. Stephen

    says:

    Real Food on a Budget: 25 Tips to Make Eating Healthy Affordable

  395. Elizabeth

    says:

    I love the homemade marshmallows!

  396. Angela L.

    says:

    I really appreciated the Real Cause of Morning Sickness post. I have subsequently bought and started using magnesium oil!

  397. Amber Bell says:

    here is my favorite post of yours: The homemade gummi treats :) http://www.pinterest.com/pin/530087818612273121/

    If I win the dehydrator I will finally be able to start encapsulating placentas :) I haven’t had the money to buy a dehydrator yet but would love to start. I hope I win.

  398. Zedda

    says:

    Dried peaches, or apples if I can’t get ahold of peaches.

  399. Kim

    says:

    Love the Oil Cleansing post. I used to sell Aloette Cosmetics long ago and they had an oil cleanser that I loved. It was the best cleanser I have ever used. I don’t think they sell it anymore, so i am excited to try this method. Thank you for sharing. Blessings.

  400. Misty

    says:

    fruit leather

  401. Diane Ness

    says:

    Beef jerky, and I pinned the Real Food on a Budget.

  402. Roxana S.

    says:

    I pinned the 25 tips of real food on a budget to my health & wellness tips board :O)

  403. Bridget says:

    I would do fruit, jerky, and then fruit leather. I currently use my only dehydrator for business purposes (placenta encapsulation), so having one for home would be wonderful!

  404. Jennifer

    says:

    I love love love your blog. I was just checking out this dehydrator. Would love to make my own fruit leather, dried veggies and jerky!!!

  405. Stacy B

    says:

    Almonds and fruit leather!

  406. Shiree

    says:

    crispy nuts, for sure!

  407. Padmaja

    says:

    DIY homemade sunscreen

  408. Andrea

    says:

    Fruit leather for the kids!

  409. Georgie

    says:

    I would make banana chips first! My kiddos would love this!!

  410. Kelsye

    says:

    Pretty much everything!!!

  411. Stacy B

    says:

    Tutorial on Christmas Ornaments pinned!

  412. Rebecca Benson

    says:

    fruit leather! my kids would love it!

  413. shelly

    says:

    I would use the dehydrator to make yogurt, which i am currently making in my crockpot. I repinned the make your own horseradish pin from your fermented food board!

  414. April says:

    I would definitely make fruit leather for my kids!

  415. Terry

    says:

    Dried apple rings!

  416. Lindsay C.

    says:

    I would probably make banana chips–everyone in my family loves them!

  417. Christy

    says:

    Dried apples

  418. Breza

    says:

    I would make jerky! I’d like to try to make fruit leather, too.

  419. Lindsay C.

    says:

    I pinned the post on making DIY unbleached tea bags.

  420. Heather Barnes

    says:

    Pinned the no sew unpaper towels

  421. Michele C.

    says:

    It’s a toss up between jerky and fruit leather!

  422. Leanne Overlander

    says:

    I would make either jerky or fruit leather.

  423. Dagmara

    says:

    I’ll make kale chips!

  424. Perola

    says:

    I pinned DYI lavender mint body butter I hope to make it soon….

  425. Mari

    says:

    How to wash you hair with clay :)

  426. Perola

    says:

    Oops I misread the post I would like to dehydrate fruits and veggies as they become available.

  427. Rebecca

    says:

    I loved your “Real Food on a Budget” post—so helpful and applicable! Made an overwhelming topic much more manageable and do-able! Thanks!

  428. Maria Castro

    says:

    I would love to win, this is my next dream item for the kitchen that I REALLY want. I would love to make kale chips, nuts, seeds, fruit chips :)

  429. Mabel

    says:

    I would love fruit leather!

  430. Laurie

    says:

    I would soak and dehydrate nuts.

  431. Debbie D.

    says:

    I would try making blueberry fruit leather.

  432. Michele C.

    says:

    I pinned the post about un-paper towels!

  433. Heidi Bahr

    says:

    I would make Jerky, Dried Fruit & Fruit Leather (our little lady will love this!) and definitely a whole slew of new things I didn’t know I could dehydrate ;)

  434. Georgie

    says:

    I pinned the gummy stars.

  435. Heather says:

    Dried fruit, meats, nuts, dog treats.

  436. Mariah

    says:

    I would make beef jerkey! We already have a dehydrator (a cheap plastic one, purchased from craigslist) but it’s about to bite the dust, and I hate that it is plastic. But we use it all the time anyways.

  437. Shiree

    says:

    I pinned The Real Cause of Morning Sickness

  438. Valerie

    says:

    I’d love to make fruit leather first. Then move on to camping foods!!

  439. Meagan BS

    says:

    i want to make fruit leather for my daughter.

  440. Sharron

    says:

    Fruit leather. :)

  441. Tanja F.

    says:

    I pinned the greenhouse made from windows. I would love to have that in my yard! =)

  442. Jennifer S

    says:

    Lots of jerky and banana chips!

  443. Mariah

    says:

    I pinned “Real Food on a Budget”!

  444. Ellen

    says:

    The grain-free Chocolate Coconut Doughnuts! So delicious!

  445. Jordyn

    says:

    Soaked/dehydrated almond butter! And I pinned Homemade Natural Laundry Detergent Made Easy (thank you)

  446. Karen

    says:

    I pinned beef and liver chili. I hope I win…I would make some beef jerky!

  447. Ashley B.

    says:

    I’ll be making lots of jerky and fruit roll ups!

  448. Sandy Anker

    says:

    Fruit leather and dried veggies for healthy, portable snacks!

  449. amy

    says:

    I would fill each tray with something different!

    Tray #1: soaked & dehydrated granola
    #2: soaked & dehydrated nuts w/ a spirulina coating for mom
    #3: apple chips for the kiddos
    #4: kale chips w/ a spicy cashew “cheese” coating
    #5: turkey jerky for the hubs

    Also, I pinned the homemade detergent post b/c it’s almost time for me to make some more!

  450. Rosina Lapp

    says:

    fruit leather and tomatoes

  451. mindy

    says:

    i pinned the homemade marshmallow recipe!

  452. Nicole says:

    Loving this dehydrator! Would make beef jerky, dried strawberries, fruit leather, and more

  453. Faythe

    says:

    Fruit roll ups and apple chips!

  454. Amanda

    says:

    Soaked nuts, apple chips!

  455. Carol G.

    says:

    I have pinned quite a few of your posts. I really liked the “How to make beeswax candles.” I plan to make up several large candles then hand carve (I have been educated as a sculptor and painter) and embed color into them with natural veggie-based pigments so they are one of a kind. I like to have hand made items on hand for gifts.

  456. Sharron

    says:

    I pinned DIY Non-toxic recipes

  457. Stephanie

    says:

    First thing I’ll be doing with this baby is fruit leather. I’m a student and I love having healthy snacks to munch on, this would help me stay healthy during stressful exam times.
    :)

  458. Elizabeth

    says:

    I would make beef jerky and dried fruit!

  459. Holly Storm-Burge

    says:

    I’m going to make some strawberry fruit leather for the kids and then some banana chips for me ;)

  460. catherine

    says:

    I’m completely intrigued by the idea of yogurt from a dehydrator.

  461. Vidya

    says:

    I’ve never dehydrated anything before. I’d love to dehydrate fruits from my toddler. I’d probably start with banana!

  462. Pat Nolan

    says:

    I would continue to dry apples from my in-laws trees

  463. Sara G.

    says:

    I would love to make fruit leather and granola with this dehydrator.

  464. Cindy

    says:

    I will be drying soaked nuts, seeds and many other things…

  465. April Alphin

    says:

    I pinned Levi’s birth film…so inspiring :)

  466. Natalie

    says:

    I repinned The Real Cause of Morning Sickness

  467. Laurie Heard

    says:

    Gonna try to make laundry soap today! Love the give-aways!

  468. Ayala Fonseca

    says:

    I will make tons of dried fruit for my family!

  469. Ashley

    says:

    jerky!!!!

  470. Beth C.

    says:

    Oh so Many things I want to try hard to pick!

  471. Cynthia T.

    says:

    I repined how to Soak and dehydrate nuts. I’ve been trying to read up on different things that I can do with a dehydrator!

  472. Leslie

    says:

    I would make fruit strips. Thanks for the opportunity!

  473. Tannis W

    says:

    I’d like to make some fruit leather.

  474. Jessie

    says:

    fruit leather or jerkey!

  475. Holly Storm-Burge

    says:

    Pinned my favorite post here: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/275986283388693497/

  476. Elena Vo

    says:

    The first thing I will make in the dehydrator would be deer jerky!

  477. Kate

    says:

    Being able to dry and encapsulate my placenta is the main reason we are researching dehydrators. After that, apples from our tree, and tomatoes from our garden as well as “raw” cookies and crispy nuts.

  478. Rebecca

    says:

    Fruit Leather!

  479. Donnismarie

    says:

    I have your mint chocolate whipped body butter pinned – I’ve made it for Christmas gifts the last two years (and keep the extra for myself!).

    I’d make my hard-working hubs beef jerky and fruit leather for our little boy :)

  480. Maddie

    says:

    Fruit leather or beef jerky!

  481. Jennifer T

    says:

    I would make dried fruit.

  482. Neveen

    says:

    My favorite pinned post is the homemade teething remedy post that I looked up last night and made some of for my 18-mo-old!

  483. Angela C

    says:

    What a neat looking dehydrator! I think I’d try my hand at some beef jerky. My sister makes it and it’s oh so good!

  484. Michelle

    says:

    I would make crispy nuts and beef jerky

  485. Viviana

    says:

    Yay, I so want this to get my seeds/nuts dehydrated after soaking! :D I also want to use it for vegetables! :D

  486. Megan

    says:

    I would first make dried apples!

  487. Sarah A

    says:

    I pinned a favorite post – should saying no to vaccines be a crime?! love

  488. Amy

    says:

    At first I thought I would dry my own fruit but now, after reading all the comments, I think I want to make beef jerky….

  489. Sarah A

    says:

    I would start w/ dried apples & bananas for the kiddos lunches & yogurt – we have a big family!

  490. Renee

    says:

    If I win I will be making dehydrated apples and bananas and probably some granola. :)

  491. Mie

    says:

    I just tried the homemade-gummy-stars, yum!

  492. Sarah

    says:

    I would first make YOGURT!!

  493. Heather

    says:

    I would love a dehydrator. I’d use it to make yogurt, dehydrate brothand so much more.

  494. Meagan

    says:

    Fruit leather and kale chips!

  495. Rachel Figueroa

    says:

    I would dehydrate fruit!

  496. Claudette

    says:

    I would like to try the raw macaroons!!! YUM

  497. Gaby says:

    I can’t wait to make dried apple rings!

  498. mari

    says:

    strawberry leather :)

  499. Marnita says:

    Wow. I am not sure, onions, apples, celery. I have a list.

  500. Marianne

    says:

    I would dehydrate nuts

  501. Erin

    says:

    I really want to make some nightshade-free jerky :)

  502. jennifer

    says:

    fruit leather for my little one!

  503. Maddie

    says:

    I pinned the post about red wine and sushi… Our baby was born in November so now I can have sushi again but my whole pregnancy I wished I could eat it so bad but I always held off because they say you’re not supposed to, I think the next baby I will help myself!

  504. Christy

    says:

    I pinned That GAP Between Your Ears Is Your Gut: An Introduction To GAPS Diet
    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/231161393347904035/

  505. Emily Upchurch

    says:

    Had trouble finding a favorite post I hadn’t already pinned! ;) Ended up with the salt dough ornaments. Hadn’t gotten around to that one yet.

  506. Kara

    says:

    strawberry fruit leather!

  507. Jenesa

    says:

    I’ve been pinning SO many of your posts lately, mostly recipes since we’re just starting our foray into a grain-free life :) I just pinned your gummy recipe since my sister and I just placed an order with Great Lakes Gelatin!

  508. Natalie

    says:

    kale chips and dried fruit!

  509. JESS K.

    says:

    I would make jerky!

    I pinned the homemade teething oil!

  510. Sarai

    says:

    Jerky, granola, dried fruits.
    I have your porridge for nursing mothers recipe pinned.

  511. charity

    says:

    I will make fruit leather and beef jerky!!!

  512. Fibia

    says:

    I would make jerky and dehydrate my soaked grains. Thank you for the giveaway.

  513. Julie

    says:

    The pin I chose was for soaking nuts. I’m a newbie at soaking nuts but am determined to get it right. I’m doing this to get the rest of the world on board.

  514. KAREN WALKER

    says:

    Wow, how I would love this to pieces! 5-nice trays and set and forget timer. Wonderful. I would start out by making jerky for sure, and then try your granola recipe. Thanks for the opportunity!

  515. Diana W.

    says:

    crispy nuts & beef jerky

  516. Mandy Belnap

    says:

    I would make dried fruit and veggies!

  517. Erin says:

    Fruit Leather!

    i pinned your homemade marshmallow recipe! its a favorite!!

  518. Stephanie

    says:

    Granola!

  519. Nicole says:

    I pinned the post about making your own sour gummy stars for the kids

  520. Karen

    says:

    Would make beef jerky and/or fruit leather, pinned the yummiest. Thanks!

  521. michele

    says:

    I’d love to try those Vanilla Coconut Macaroons — it hit upon all my favorite flavors!

  522. Melissa

    says:

    Since I’m in Canada, I suppose I will have to buy a dehydrator with my gift card, and THEN I will make fruit leather for sure!

  523. Jen

    says:

    I pinned 50 ideas for family pictures

  524. Haley

    says:

    Fruit leather!

  525. Harley

    says:

    I would use this to help my family and friends eat healthier and help them make better choices.I would make dried fruits and make trail mix to take to school and work… Dried veggies or soups and stew. Jerky! All kinds of things. This will also help with my goal to become a chef.

  526. Patti

    says:

    Dehydrate my sprouted grains!!!!!

  527. sarah

    says:

    i pinned your post about earthing, it’s soooo important and we are trying to find out what we can do in the wintertime – when we are homebound – to still nourish our connection to the earth.

  528. Jackie

    says:

    I would probably do nuts first and the apple chips.

  529. Hana

    says:

    Grain-Free Almond butter cookies…yum!

  530. Meg

    says:

    I’d dehydrate soaked nuts!

  531. KAREN WALKER

    says:

    Ooops! I pinned your Shrimp Chowder/Dairy Free recipe. Honestly, I cannot wait to try it! We are snowed in today with ten fresh inches of snowfall so it’s a perfect soup day but I don’t have all of the ingredients. They are on my grocery list though!!! :) So happy I found your page.
    Thanks again!

  532. Jaime B

    says:

    I’d make cheesy kale chips!

  533. Jackie

    says:

    I loved the post on Real Food on a Budget

  534. Marnita says:

    I pined the post on Restless leg, I have used it and sent it to others before. But never pined it.

  535. Stefani

    says:

    I have had the excalibur on my wishlist for 2 years! Would like to make greenbeans. Also, love the post on coconut oil soap. We have been looking for an easy recipe for bar soap, and you nailed it. :)

  536. Karen

    says:

    I would make fruit leather.

  537. Patti

    says:

    I pinned 25 tips for eating healthy on a budget.

  538. Laurel

    says:

    Is “Healthy Whole Grain” An Oxymoron?

  539. Denise R.

    says:

    Beef Jerky or Pemmican

  540. Aejin Hahn

    says:

    Jerky!

  541. Sarah

    says:

    Beef Jerky!!!

  542. Lori

    says:

    I would use this to dry fruits, veggies, and herbs in season. I also pinned the paper towels on a roll that are made of cloth. Great way to save money! Thanks!

  543. Nancy johnson

    says:

    I would make dried beef jerky and dried fruits. How wonderful would that be!
    Thank you!

  544. Rachel

    says:

    dried apples

  545. Meg

    says:

    Kale and carrots!

  546. Kay

    says:

    I pinned your Burn Salve Recipe… been meaning to give it a try! I have my fingers crossed for the excalibur… could really use it for making crispy nuts and yogurt for GAPS, I’ve exceeded my budget, big time!!!

  547. Rebecca Dahl

    says:

    Beef Jerky!!! I’m so sick of paying so much money for quality jerky and am eager to make my own!

  548. Abry

    says:

    I would love to make some dried fruit!

  549. JC

    says:

    Fruit leather

  550. julie

    says:

    Would love to be able to make carrot chips and dehydrated green beans (yum!). And I love juice pulp crackers but they never turn out crispy in my oven. I’ve pined for a dehydrator for years….

  551. Katherine

    says:

    I would make dried fruit!

  552. Carli

    says:

    I pinned the Real Food on a Budget post

  553. Abry

    says:

    I recently tried your gummy stars recipe and loved them! I pinned the recipe for them.

  554. Sheila Daniel

    says:

    I would like to try my hand dehydrating veggie chips.
    After over eating this weekend, I was experiencing some heartburn and I found the remedy for indigestion/heartburn in one of your posts! I had almonds and apples on hand and they did the trick… thank you for the instant relief. :)

  555. Stephanie

    says:

    I always use the dehydrator to dry soaked nuts, but I would love to make more jerky out of beef heart! We tried it last month and it was great!

  556. Carra

    says:

    Coconut yogurt!

  557. Tracy

    says:

    I would make kale chips and dried fruit chips

  558. Heather

    says:

    Real food on a budget – 25 ways to afford clean-eating

  559. jamieS says:

    I would begin sprouting my own grains. I soak, but the next step into sprouting is where I really want to go!

  560. Michelle

    says:

    Beef jerky!

  561. Amber says:

    Pinned “Homemade Teething Oil” :)

  562. Brittany

    says:

    Beef Jerky!! YUM!

  563. Leah

    says:

    Would love to dry peaches when they are available during the summer for too short a time!

  564. lyss

    says:

    Probably dried fruit and/or fruit leathers…

  565. tara

    says:

    ways to help with a fever was really good timing and useful. I would love to make Jerky and anything for baby

  566. Angela Young

    says:

    Jerky!

  567. Janice

    says:

    fruit leather!

  568. Kendra

    says:

    Venison jerky, fruit leather, and the bounty from my garden this coming year!!

  569. Nicole Webb

    says:

    Zucchini chips!

  570. Tracey

    says:

    I think I would dry apples first :)

  571. Heather

    says:

    jerkey!!!!!!!

  572. Lisa

    says:

    I pinned the Sour Gummies-yum!

  573. Courtney

    says:

    I would dehydrate fruit.

  574. Christy Foster

    says:

    Yogurt!!!!!

  575. Angela Young

    says:

    I pinned the 25 Tips to Real Food on a Budget post.

  576. Miranda

    says:

    I pinned The Real Cause of Morning Sickness

  577. Karis

    says:

    Dried fruit

  578. Hali

    says:

    I re-pinned natural diaper rash balm and baby powder

  579. Kirsten

    says:

    I pinned about gelatin: ‘Better than Botox': http://www.pinterest.com/pin/456552480946559396/

  580. Christy

    says:

    I want to try meat jerky and produce that might otherwise spoil like bananas or apples on their way out, and maybe sweet potatoes. With 4 kids, 2 of them teens, I need this!

  581. Beth S.

    says:

    My favorite post I pinned was Levi’s Birth Story in Pictures

  582. Martica

    says:

    Loved the Real food on a Budget post, saved it to Pinterest to reference on my next grocery run.

  583. susan b

    says:

    Apple chips!

  584. Emily S.

    says:

    First? Probably apples. :)

  585. Kris

    says:

    First cinnamon apple chips. Then I try my hand at some jerky.

  586. Rebecca Feldman

    says:

    Beef jerky for sure!!! Thx for great giveaway :-)

  587. shelly

    says:

    I pinned your Vanilla Bean Coconut Macaroons.

  588. Anne

    says:

    The first thing I would make if I were to be your lucky winner? Dried apples. I love love love them, but rarely get to enjoy them because they’re way out of my budget.

  589. Kris

    says:

    I pinned How To Make Non-Toxic Homemade Sunscreen.

  590. Laura H says:

    First thing? Jerky!

  591. Wanda C.

    says:

    I would make beef jerky!!

  592. Patti

    says:

    Beef jerkey… yay!

  593. Joan Jones

    says:

    Homemade marshmallows

  594. Sheetal

    says:

    If I win, I will first make dry ginger powder.

  595. Megan says:

    Fruit leather & making crispy nuts!

  596. Lisa says:

    Dried herbs and fruits! Yum!

  597. lauren

    says:

    I would start with the bushel of apples I have sitting here. They are begging to be made into yummy things! Thank you for the chance!!!! (And I shared the Banana Walnut Muffins recipe :-)

  598. Sarah

    says:

    I would make yummy fruit leather first!

  599. I pinned the Real Cause of Morning Sickness

  600. Angie

    says:

    I can’t wait to make apple rings with this! Thanks for the opportunity!

  601. Anita Sharp

    says:

    I would take advantage of the wonderful produce we have here in the Central Valley of California, and use it to preserve seasonal produce!! Dried pears, jerky, fruit leather….I love it all!

  602. Laura

    says:

    Dried fruit! Gotta start somewhere right? Want to figure that out before moving on to more complicated things :)

  603. MrsMurrrm

    says:

    Dried fruit? Granola? Maybe a few things at once!

  604. Leslie

    says:

    Banana Chips – Hands Down!

  605. Breeanna Cobb

    says:

    The first thing I’d use the dehydrator for is my placenta. I’m due next month and I plan to encapsulate my placenta!

  606. Myra Horst

    says:

    I will dehydrate crispy nuts!

  607. Susan Ruby

    says:

    I would definite make fruit leather, fruit chips, jerky, etc. thanks so much!

  608. Sheetal

    says:

    I pinned DIY laundry detergent

  609. Amol

    says:

    I would dehydrate nuts for my nut butters first, and then make dry fruit snacks.

  610. Rachel W.

    says:

    Onions, for homemade onion powder and onion salt.

  611. david owens

    says:

    I would make dried chickpeas

  612. Elizabeth

    says:

    Crispy nuts and nettles in the spring

  613. Tamara

    says:

    Apple cinnamon chips!

  614. lanae

    says:

    Fruit leathers and banana chips

  615. Jill Morris

    says:

    I would dehydrate herbs for my horses!

  616. Genee

    says:

    I pinned the real cause of morning sickness because it I’d kicking my butt right now!

  617. Nina

    says:

    Yogurt and/or beef jerky!

  618. theresa

    says:

    dried fruit would be amazing! i’d love to dry our tomato harvest too!

  619. Shana

    says:

    I’m looking forward to making soaked and dehydrated crispy nuts with my dehydrator and my favorite post that I pinned is your DIY Laundry Detergent.

  620. Gay

    says:

    I didn’t even know the Excalibur comes in Stainless Steel! The first thing I would make is beef jerky. I pinned the Honey Mustard Dressing recipe since we are on GAPS now :)

  621. Lynn Rhodes

    says:

    Pinned the sour gummy stars…love these! I’d love to dehydrate fruit and veggies and make beef and salmon jerky.

  622. rod jackson

    says:

    I would lmake dehydrated apple chips.

  623. Amber

    says:

    I’ve been wanting to make some granola, so I pinned your recipe for pumpkin spice granola. It sure looks yummy. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/213921051024115093/
    I think I could get distracted for a long time looking through all the recipes you have on here. Thanks for the great giveaways and fun recipes!

  624. Amy M

    says:

    I love Kale chips, so that is what I’d make first.

  625. J-9

    says:

    I’ll try making some jerky.

  626. Kierstan

    says:

    My placenta for encapsulation!!!

  627. Abby N.

    says:

    The Excalibur is already on my Amazon wishlist!!!! I pinned your DIY baking powder to Pinterest.

  628. Lillian

    says:

    I would dehydrate my herbs and fruit. Make fruit roll ups for my grand children.

  629. Cindy

    says:

    I would like to dry pieces of liver and make turkey jerky.

  630. Sea

    says:

    Dry ALL the things! I’d dry veggies and pasta for instant lunch soups.

  631. Elizabeth Johnson

    says:

    We will make fruit leather!!

  632. Rebecca G

    says:

    Healthy Sour Gummy Stars is my first and favorite post, and I repinned it!

  633. Katie M

    says:

    banana or apple chips

  634. Melissa

    says:

    Fruit Leather

  635. Janine

    says:

    Kale-nola!

  636. nicole

    says:

    Sprouted almonds and I pinned the real food on a budget.

  637. Karen

    says:

    My favorite pin is “10 Things You Should Know Before Making Homemade Laundry Detergent”. I have read a lot about making your own laundry detergent and have wondered how well each of them work. Thank you for the break down of each ingredients and what is does and which is the biggest bang for my buck. :)

    • Karen

      says:

      I would make fruit leather. I love that stuff and it is pricey in the store. I also would like to make my own fruit and veggie chips as a healthy snack for my family.

  638. Emily Jacobson

    says:

    I pinned your Thin Crust Pizza post:
    http://www.mommypotamus.com/thin-n%E2%80%99-crispy-pizza-crust-made-with-soaked-grains/
    It would be wonderful to win!

  639. Michelle B.

    says:

    Fruit and veggies, especially apples.

  640. Amber

    says:

    Venison jerky!

  641. Sally

    says:

    If I win, the first thing I’ll make is some fruit leather!

  642. Kristen

    says:

    I would make sweet potato chips. I pinned the sour gummy post on pinterest.

  643. Sally

    says:

    I pinned the homemade marshmallow post. I’ll have to get some gelatin and try those!

  644. Elizabeth

    says:

    i’d make jerky first.

  645. Niki

    says:

    A favorite post of mine is your homemade pregnancy tea! Can’t wait to make some this pregnancy!!

  646. Elizabeth G.

    says:

    I would make lots of kale chips!

  647. Babs C.

    says:

    I think I’d start with some fruit chips or fruit leather, then herbs…etc. Also, one of my favorite articles I’ve pinned from you is the one about eating real foods on a budget. I’m not a mommy right now, but still benefit from alot of what you share about eating and health and general life practical matters! Thanks for all the practical help you share!

  648. Nicole Smith

    says:

    Lemon coconut macaroons!

  649. Danielle

    says:

    Granola, fruit leather, vegan burgers… Any yummy snacks for my boys like dehydrated fruit or pulp crackers

  650. Karen

    says:

    I’d dehydrate veggies from my garden, fruit from my yard.

  651. Brenda Thompson

    says:

    I would make beef jersey :)
    Thanks for the offer!

  652. Jennifer Harbin

    says:

    Beef jerky for my 12 year old who is craaaazy about it!

  653. rayraycartucci

    says:

    I would make beef jerky!

  654. Megan L

    says:

    I would make dried bananas and apples for the little ones. And I would definitely dry my herbs from my garden for Daddy and I!

  655. Deanna

    says:

    The first things I would make would be crispy nuts, dry sprouted grains (so that I could grind them), and make raw milk yogurt.

  656. Martina

    says:

    wild salmon jerky – I think that would be such an awesome snack to have on hand for my boys! Thank you for all the wonderful info you share!

  657. Tonya M says:

    I would love to try making dried fruit!

  658. Natalie says:

    Apple chips are my FAV!!!
    I have wanted to start dehydrating for SO long. Crossing my fingers BIG TIME!

  659. Deanna

    says:

    I pinned your Fermented Salsa recipe…can’t wait to try it with home-grown veggies this summer!

  660. MPaula

    says:

    I would first make crispy walnuts, grind it into flour and start baking.

  661. Tonya M says:

    I pinned the post on how to make peppermint and honey facial toner!

  662. daniell powell

    says:

    I pinned the DIY Beauty book. I bought it and I love it =)

  663. H. Powers

    says:

    Def. making beef jerky or drying herbs.

  664. Maureen

    says:

    I want to dry my herbs!!!!

  665. Sheila M

    says:

    I want to dehydrate some cranberries, tired of trying to find some that are not sweetened

  666. Sheila M

    says:

    Grain-Free “Looks Like Whole Wheat Biscuits

  667. Janette says:

    I would make banana chips!

  668. Nicholaus

    says:

    I’d love to make Kale Chips! Powdered garlic and onion looks good as well. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/416301559276435174/

  669. Beth K.

    says:

    Crispy nuts!

  670. ana

    says:

    The first thing I would make would be onion powder or crispy nuts

  671. Brenda

    says:

    I would make fruit leather! And I pinned your post on Real Food on a Budget. It’s hard to pick a favorite post, though. I loved the one for your 10th Anniversary!

  672. Nicole U

    says:

    Fruit leather. Thanks for the chance to win!

  673. Jamie V

    says:

    Crispy nuts!

  674. ivy

    says:

    I look forward to drying all sorts of fruit. I would do what ever is in season at the time.

  675. Candra M.

    says:

    Dried fruit & dried soaked nuts!

  676. Lori Williams Gearheart

    says:

    I would use the dehydrator to make pineapple bits. I’ve been seeing pineapples super cheap lately!!
    I love the idea of reusable towels!! I’m going to do this someday!! Promise!! http://www.pinterest.com/pin/125397170847782182/

  677. Tiffany C

    says:

    Dehydrated bananas

  678. Rebecca Sousa

    says:

    I will be making jerky!!!

  679. I would like to break-in the dehydrator with the lemon macaroons–after that the sky is the limit. Thanks for giving someone the opportunity the share this experience.

  680. Amber

    says:

    I have wanted one of these for 2 years, I can not imagine all the ways it can help my families eating habits.

  681. Page

    says:

    I will be doing TONS of soaked crispy almonds!!!

  682. Lissy

    says:

    WOULD LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to try this!!!

    I’ve loved this website for a while, there are so many great articles. Recently I got pregnant, and reading about “The Real Cause of Morning Sickness” really helped! I’ve been taking my Cal-Mag and doing so much better!

    Check out my pin of it here http://www.pinterest.com/pin/162270392797749304/

  683. Lissy

    says:

    Oh, I also forgot to say, I would love to make dried apple slices. My grandmother used to make them for me when I was a little girl in her dehydrator, and they were a favorite snack (especially when you put them in the freezer and then suck on them). :)

  684. Tiffany C

    says:

    How to make an herbal infusion

  685. Tanna

    says:

    Jerky and fruit leather

  686. Lori

    says:

    Dehydrate liver! Tired of doing it in the oven!

  687. Michele

    says:

    I would make beef jerky, soaked nuts, dried fruit and many other yummy things!

  688. Faith Storms

    says:

    I pinned your post regarding tetanus

  689. Natalie

    says:

    Gummy Stars!! I can’t wait to try them!

  690. Lori

    says:

    Pinned the real food on a real budget post

  691. Faith Storms

    says:

    I would make dried cherries

  692. Alana Weintraub

    says:

    Soaked and sprouted nuts, paleo crackers, and fruit leather

  693. Michele Lam

    says:

    Pinned your recipe for solid perfume! Great for traveling

  694. jamieS says:

    I pinned the sour gummies. I LOVE those things!

  695. Want to try the kale chip nachos. Follow you all the way.

  696. Marie

    says:

    I would make pumpkin spice granola!

  697. Sarah

    says:

    Beef Jerky!

  698. Desiree Stakelum

    says:

    Apple and banana chips : )

  699. Nancy Dziki

    says:

    apple chips, fruit leather & jerky!

  700. Susan

    says:

    Homemade marshmallows…

  701. Laura

    says:

    First, I’ll make kale chips, then dried cranberries, then maybe some ‘fake bacon’ (seasoned eggplant strips).

  702. Lyn

    says:

    I pinned about this contest… of course!!

  703. Bethany

    says:

    Fruit roll ups!

  704. Debra

    says:

    Non-toxic Cleaning Recipes

  705. DeAnna N says:

    I’d love to try granola!!!

  706. Kelly

    says:

    Gentle Cleanser/Mask for Sensititve Skin

  707. Lisa

    says:

    Definitely fruit leather… without all the added sugar!

  708. DeAnna N says:

    I pinned the natural remedy for seasonal allergies. It’s almost that time of year again! ;)

  709. Kara

    says:

    I just pinned Real Food on a Budget — such great tips!!

  710. Sarah L

    says:

    I’ll make fruit leather first.

  711. Molly Ross

    says:

    I want to try your fruit leather~

  712. Molly Ross

    says:

    I have tried and like your gummy recipe

  713. SD Murray

    says:

    I’d start with veggie chips. My son gets migraines from MSG and has food dye allergies…. making my own chips would allow me to control the ingredients!

  714. Mary F

    says:

    i think I’d dry some cherries. :)

  715. Jenni

    says:

    I’d dry liver to make my own liver capsules!

  716. Rose

    says:

    I’m all over fruit leather! Yogurt drops sound good, too!

  717. Mary F

    says:

    I pinned the sunscreen post. :)

  718. dana says:

    I would make veggie leather strips!

  719. kristina

    says:

    fruit leathers!

  720. Natalie

    says:

    Fruit roll ups!

  721. Jennifer

    says:

    Plums, apples and pineapple!

  722. lisa

    says:

    home made crackers nom nom!!

  723. becky says:

    Strawberry-rhubarb fruit leathers with chocolate chips!!

  724. Deanna

    says:

    Fruit leather

  725. SD Murray

    says:

    I pinned Real Food on a Budget — a fantastic guide!

  726. GlendaM says:

    Pinned Real Reason for Morning Sickness to my Doula board. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/154881674659015114/

  727. Kelly

    says:

    I’ve always wanted a dehydrator!

  728. Amanda S

    says:

    Yogurt! Nothing beats homemade yogurt!

  729. jessica

    says:

    i would make beet chips

  730. Michelle M

    says:

    I was going to say deer jerky, but then as I was scrolling through, I noticed someone suggested drying their own herbs, and I’ve officially changed my mind :)

  731. Julia

    says:

    Yoghurt! My son eats so much I should definitely be making it.

  732. laura

    says:

    fruit leather for sure!

  733. LeAnn

    says:

    I have some fruit I haven’t canned yet so I would make dried fruit and fruit leather…might even try the dried chicken broth. Probably not at the same time! :)

  734. Karen Wood

    says:

    I would probably do some apple chips since there are a lot of recently harvested apples available around here. Would also go get some more of the organic sweet potatoes from costco and do up some of them just to have a bunch stored up. I love sweet potatoes.

  735. karen

    says:

    carrot, banana chips and dried strawberries

  736. Laurie Winkler-Cull

    says:

    Fresh Fig Canapes

  737. Jenn

    says:

    The first thing I would make would be fruit leather followed by using the adjustable thermostat to make non dairy yogurt!
    I pinned the Sour gummy stars because I have made them once and they were fantastic and will be making them again soon.

  738. Jenafer Barker

    says:

    Probably a mix between kale chips fruit chips or deer jerky.

  739. Cathy

    says:

    I would make yogurt and dry herbs.

  740. Beth Holland Sharer

    says:

    I pinned the DIY sunscreen~

  741. Sean

    says:

    I would use it on fruit, vegetables, meat, herbs, the possibilities are endless. Can’t wait to see who wins and the goodies they will make.

  742. Erika Teigland

    says:

    Mmmmm, fruit leather!

  743. Jennifer

    says:

    I would make some mango yumminess for my youngest daughter

  744. Erica

    says:

    Ummmm… dried anything. Though the kids will probably win out and get granola or fruit leather.

  745. The MamaS

    says:

    OH MY! I’d make SCOBY SNACKS as I always have mothers laying around. I pinned Levi’s birth story because I can’t get enough of it!! So lovely, I hope my home water birth in June is as wonderful as yours was!! http://www.pinterest.com/pin/106256872432428373/

  746. elisabeth

    says:

    fruit leather!

  747. Vanessa W.

    says:

    Fruit leather. :)

  748. shaina graetz

    says:

    have to do jerky!

  749. LeAnn

    says:

    I pinned the gummy stars.

  750. Kelly Gray

    says:

    Definitely jerky. However we have our first baby on the way, so any healthy snack I can store in my purse would also be on the list.

  751. Nancy Brooks

    says:

    I want to make kale chips!

  752. Dawn

    says:

    I didn’t know that yogurt could be made in a dehydrator, so that would be my first attempt.
    Trying to eat more protein so the dehydrator would be awsome!

  753. Diane

    says:

    Beef jerky!

  754. Ashley R

    says:

    venison jerky

  755. Cristina

    says:

    It’s dried tomatoes and peppers for me. I cannot wait till I will not have to purchase those… :) And yes, fruit leather :)

  756. Tanya

    says:

    I love and have pinned your articles, “The ‘Naughty’ Skin Care Ingredient You Absolutely Must Try!” and “18 Ways To Help A New Mom”… :)

  757. Kim Wagner

    says:

    Herbs!!!

  758. Kelly Sangree

    says:

    I’ll dehydrate whatever produce is cheap and plentiful! Maybe my soup mix – dried carrots, celery, and onions, and maybe some beef strips – dried beef stew!

  759. Nancy Brooks

    says:

    Sour gummies is my pin :)

  760. Sandi Hall

    says:

    I want to dehydrate strawberries!

  761. Lynn

    says:

    I want to make the kids fruit leather! And I pinned DIY unpaper towels! :):)

  762. Angel

    says:

    I would love this dehydrator to make my On my way! dried fruit, dried herbs and beef jerky. :)

  763. Cyndy

    says:

    Fruit roll ups for sure! Thanks for such a great giveaway!

  764. tara

    says:

    pineapple bites! apple chips! beef jerky!

  765. Dominique

    says:

    Would definitively make granola or nuts. I love the idea of gently cooking foods in order to preserve their nutrients.

  766. Karen Wood

    says:

    I pinned the Marshmallow Popcorn Balls http://www.pinterest.com/pin/374995106444443773/.

  767. Missy

    says:

    Beef jerky!!

  768. Ceara

    says:

    Homemade face paint :)

  769. Johna

    says:

    I will make raw flax crackers!

  770. Rachelle

    says:

    Everything!! But I’d start with drying nuts in bulk :)

  771. Becky Peterson

    says:

    I seriously pinned all of the chicken tips. I can’t wait til we’re out of the military and I can have my own chickens! Yayy!

  772. Cathy

    says:

    I pinned Real Food on a Budget

  773. Angie

    says:

    I would use the Excalibur for soaked almond flour, and DIY placenta encapsulation.

    Also, my favorite post is about how to get rid of morning sickness!

  774. Kay Rivera

    says:

    Dried fruits and herbs….and I may even attempt homemade yogurt!

  775. S. Nimz says:

    I repinned the earthing article..something I have read about and not tried yet..

  776. Laura Powell

    says:

    I would probably do kale chips, followed by the raw macaroons, followed by all kinds of different things. It all sounds so good! Then I would have to hide it…because once word is out, the family will all be wanting to borrow it! LOL! Happy New Year!

  777. jennifer

    says:

    apple chips followed by kale chips and /or jerky

  778. Carrie

    says:

    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/116812184058747964/

    This was my favorite post :) We need to keep that baby’s bottom nice and dry ;)

  779. Tim R

    says:

    Jerky then fruit leathers!

  780. tara

    says:

    I pinned Kombucha-rita: The Probiotic Margarita

  781. Janet

    says:

    Looking forward to making so many new things in an Excalibur Dehydrator!!! ~Janet

  782. Elizabeth Hel

    says:

    Dried fruit!!!! We just love it!

  783. maushami

    says:

    hello
    i like to have one stainless steel dehydrator to give it a try

  784. Ashley DeLaporte

    says:

    I pinned “Why Our Mothers Shouldn’t Have Listened To Theirs” This would be amazing to have :)

  785. Lisa

    says:

    I pinned “How to Season and Care for Cast Iron”. :) And if I won, the first thing I would make is deer jerkey!!

  786. Kristin heron

    says:

    kale chips, dehydrated plantains, dehydrated fruit and veggies, jerky…..

  787. Carolyn Bowers

    says:

    I would make all kinds of dried fruit. My kids love the stuff!

  788. Angelle

    says:

    Banana chips

  789. Andi Crater

    says:

    My placenta that is in my freezer ;)

  790. Joni owada

    says:

    i would love to make kale chips and banana chips

  791. Elana Harbour

    says:

    This thing is awesome I want it! The first thing I would make is fruit roll ups followed by dried apples and beef jerky!

  792. Amanda

    says:

    Fruit leather

  793. Emi Fox

    says:

    Thank you so much for this chance! My cheap dehydrator is on it’s last legs, I have it running a lot. Probably the first thing I’d use it for is drying sprouted oats. We eat a lot of granola!

  794. Rachel S

    says:

    I pinned the article about the turmeric face mask. So many great articles to choose from!

  795. Jennifer

    says:

    Beef Jerkey

  796. Emi Fox

    says:

    I pinned http://www.pinterest.com/pin/542683823820027863/ The cultured fruit leather recipe. This looks incredible!!!

  797. Melissa

    says:

    I pinned the sour gummys. Want to increase gelatin intake and kiddo will think it’s a treat :)

  798. Britni L.

    says:

    I would make apple and banana chips for my son. Also, I re pinned your 40 healthy snack ideas for adults and kids.

  799. Debbie

    says:

    deer jerky , fruit leather

  800. Jessica Pena

    says:

    I don’t know! It all looks soo good! I’d probably start with dried apples and bananas and make it a mix for my kids.

  801. Melissa

    says:

    Fruit leathers for munchkin, granolas for me & jerky for hubs :)

  802. Christina

    says:

    Fruit leather!

  803. Laurel

    says:

    What to make first?! It’s a toss up between spicy kale chips, nuts, or banana chips!

  804. Kelli Wilcox-DeGraaf

    says:

    Possibilities are endless!!!!!

  805. Tanya

    says:

    Dried strawberries…my toddler is a fanatic!

  806. megan c.

    says:

    fruit leather :)

  807. Amy Widner Messick

    says:

    will either make dried bananas or strawberries

  808. Becca F

    says:

    I would make cheezy kale chips

  809. Regan Boissey

    says:

    I would make jerky for my daughter

  810. KC

    says:

    I would probably try a fruit and veggie snack mix first. My toddler *thinks* he doesn’t like veggies, but maybe I could sneak some into a fruity mix.

  811. Carolyn Bowers

    says:

    I pinned your gentle cleanser/mask for sensitive skin. :)

  812. Katie says:

    I love Levi’s birth film so much!! That’s what I pinned. :)

  813. Joell

    says:

    I pinned the recipe for homemade dish soap.

  814. Maria

    says:

    Dried fruit and crackers!

  815. Shelley

    says:

    Hmmm…. fruit leather and some kind of fruit/veggie chips! And what about dried spices like garlic? That would probably be doable, too, eh?

  816. Barbara

    says:

    I’d make apple chips first…!

  817. Annette K.

    says:

    I’ll make dried apples, I love them.

  818. Barbara

    says:

    I posted the article on making beeswax candles

  819. Jessica T

    says:

    I pinned the one about gummy stars. Can’t wait to try it!

  820. Amy A

    says:

    Fruit leather…yum!

  821. Rebecca Kayser

    says:

    Wow! I dream of dehydrating!! I have been eyeballing this beauty for a while.
    I would start with a fruit leather, then dehydrate some onions for storage, then make some jerky…

  822. Sara Shay says:

    Raw coconut macaroons

  823. Buffy Miller

    says:

    The first thing I would make is jerky. I and both my daughters are hypoglycemic. Jerky would be a great thing to carry on trips or at times when protein is not very accessible.

  824. Sherri

    says:

    Would love to win this! I have been wanting a dehydrator for a long time! There are so many things I want to make!!! :)

  825. Jill

    says:

    Just saw this recipe today: Thinly sliced apples dipped in maple syrup, then covered in shaved coconut, and then dehydrated.

  826. Miriam

    says:

    pineapple chips

  827. Kristen

    says:

    dried fruit, garlic, basil and other herbs, and whatever other suggestions I could find!

  828. Miriam

    says:

    I pinned homemade natural laundry detergent made easy

  829. Joan

    says:

    Salty sweet almonds. Nothing beats salt and sweet together.

  830. Monique

    says:

    I’d love to upgrade to this – it would be a great improvement over my plastic tray unit. I love making beef jerky.

  831. Shannon

    says:

    Fruit strips. The babies, they love them. lol!

  832. andrea

    says:

    dehydrated green chiles

  833. Emily

    says:

    I’d start simple, with fruit chips!

  834. Jennifer E

    says:

    The first thing I’d make would be venison jerky! One of my favs!!

  835. Rebecca Sipes

    says:

    I would like to use it to make jerky and to dry herbs.

  836. Jennifer

    says:

    I think I would try drying fruit. I already dehydrate nuts in my oven but I would love to have this tool to try instead.

  837. I pinned the Shrimp Creole…..oh YUM! I would love this dehydrator….I have wanted one for sooooooo long! We just butchered our cow and I need to make a LOT of beef jerky!

  838. Anita

    says:

    I would dehydrate beef jerky, apples, granola, nuts and veggies.

  839. Lori

    says:

    I would make beef jerkey and dried fruits

  840. Becky

    says:

    We have a Nesco that is MADE IN THE USA!! But it is plastic, I would love to upgrade to stainless steel. My hubby would be so excited to try his beef jerky on this machine!

  841. Amanda H

    says:

    I would use it to dry herbs from the garden. YUM!

  842. Lisa says:

    I would use it to dry out nuts that I soaked to make nut milk.

  843. Rachel

    says:

    Thank you so much for this drawing! If I were to win, the first thing I would dry would be tomatoes. Mmmmm….

  844. cherrie

    says:

    Jerky and Strawberries!! Yummy!!

  845. Charity

    says:

    Fruit leather!

  846. Melinda Stortenbecker

    says:

    I’d make kale chips and try carrot and bell pepper chips

  847. Nicole

    says:

    Lots and lots of kale chips!

  848. Crystal

    says:

    I have wonderful memories of my Grandma’s homemade fruit leather. She would mail it up to Alaska from her home in CA. I would make that!

  849. Christine Hebert

    says:

    Apple rings and banana chips!

  850. Ruth Ann

    says:

    First on my list would be deer jerky from the deer my grandson brought me. Second would be ingredients for my dehydrated soup mix I came up with this summer that the whole extended family loves (dehydrated carrots, celery, onion, mushrooms, potatoes with some spices). This dehydrator would be the newest and much loved member of our family.

  851. Heather

    says:

    Seasonal fruit chips.

  852. Kathryn

    says:

    I would like to try making dried fruits, kale chips, and jerky

  853. Hayley

    says:

    I pinned your homemade sunscreen post!

  854. kate

    says:

    Fruitchips for my kids, beef jerky for my hubby!

  855. Katie

    says:

    Banana and apple chips, jerky, granola, and crispy nuts

  856. Jennifer

    says:

    I’m most excited about making fruit leather.

  857. Nicolette Bohannon

    says:

    Sprouted Wheat!

  858. Kristin

    says:

    I’ll make banana chips!

  859. elaine

    says:

    love that it has 8ft of drying space, can do my banana chips and apple chips…

  860. Marcy

    says:

    I grew up on homemade fruit leather! And I’ve always wanted to try beef/turkey jerky!

  861. Krista, mom of 4

    says:

    Salmon Jerky – my fave, but kinda spendy to purchase!

  862. Melissa Wilks

    says:

    The first thing I will be making is dehydrated pineapple, but fruit leather and jerky will be soon after.

  863. Stephanie Watson

    says:

    I want to make fruit leathers, yummmmm

  864. Kristin

    says:

    I pinned your “Gentle Cleanser and Mask for Sensitive Skin” blog post.

  865. Annianna

    says:

    Dried flowers & weeds, salt dough characters & personalize objects to decorate wreaths, driftwood, picture frames, etc. For food: chives ($19.99/lb!), fruit chips and leathers for nutritious snacks and then garden produce so it wouldn’t take up so much space in the pantry… dream on to peppered kale chips and teriyaki jerky and finally herbs… imagine, herbs with no strange additives and FRESH, any time you wanted!

  866. libby

    says:

    how to make a ginger bug!

  867. Jennifer

    says:

    I’d make apple chips and strawberry chips! my son looooves those!

  868. Kate Doyle

    says:

    I would make raw chia and date bread!

  869. Annie

    says:

    Our girls would love apple and banana chips. Plus some duck, goose, and venison jerky will be delicious

  870. Elizabeth L-A

    says:

    Definitely dried fruit of some sort — though I’m sure my hubby would opt for beef jerky!

  871. Kristi

    says:

    My kids love fruit leather and I’m a huge fan of dehydrated pears!

  872. loyri halliburton

    says:

    banana chips and beef jerky

  873. Terese Christian

    says:

    Apple chips and dried herbs

  874. Tamara says:

    I would make Veggie Chips!

  875. Janice Yeagle

    says:

    Sweet potatoes

  876. mchull

    says:

    Great giveaway! I would definitely use this for drying my royal iced cookies mostly, but I can also see me using it for dehydrated fruit, one of my favorite snacks!

  877. Tabatha V.

    says:

    I will make my own sprouted seeds :)

  878. Alivia

    says:

    I’m thinking dried fruit, or fruit roll-ups to start. I have so many things I want to use this for.

  879. Elsbeth Fielding

    says:

    I pinned Coconut Milk Kefir

  880. Tricia Hoff

    says:

    Granola from soaked oats and nuts!

  881. Elsbeth Fielding

    says:

    yogurt!!!

  882. Alison

    says:

    properly prepared nuts, beans, and grains!

  883. Jennifer

    says:

    I’d make fruit leathers.

  884. Brandee Simmang

    says:

    I am dying to try my hand at making jerky! Just saved a recipe using ground beef……now I just need a dehydrator!!!1 ;0)

  885. Pati

    says:

    Oil Cleansing

  886. Anna

    says:

    Fruit strips!

  887. Emily R

    says:

    I pinned a bunch of stuff! Specifically the posts about morning sickness and magnesium! so helpful! =]

  888. Lindsey

    says:

    Apple chips!! :)

  889. Brandee Simmang

    says:

    Just pinned Marshmallow popcorn balls!
    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/481603753873653120/

  890. Brooke

    says:

    Kale chips + all sorts of dried fruit snacks!

  891. Michelle

    says:

    Real food on a budget.

  892. Debi H.

    says:

    pinned the post about making your own sunscreen
    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/138556126009905713/

  893. kendra d

    says:

    Beefy Jerky!!! I’m a celiac and most beef jerky has wheat in it from the soy sauce they marinade it in. I will make some gluten free :) …and probably eat it all in one sitting!!! haha! I really, REALLY miss beefy jerky.

  894. Janet

    says:

    I pinned the almond cookies and the almond pancakes.

  895. karen williams

    says:

    Would love to try yogurt

  896. Kharmen

    says:

    Beef jerky

  897. Courtney says:

    I have been wanting one forever! I want to make fruit roll ups and jerky.

  898. Amy

    says:

    Dried fruit.

  899. Rikki

    says:

    BEEF JERKY!!!!!

  900. Jax

    says:

    Beef jerky!!! lots!!!

  901. jessamyn

    says:

    Fruit Leather!

  902. Nicole

    says:

    Fruit leather.

  903. I would love to make some beef jerky…or fruit leather…or yogurt. So many choices!!

  904. Rebekah

    says:

    I would make yogurt drops, fruit leathers, & would dry any organic fruit we could get our hands on. The kiddos would absolutely LOVE this, & would probably want to try some nuts too!

  905. Melody James {Sweet Ivy Confections}

    says:

    I would use it to dry my royal icing on my sugar cookies. :)

  906. Rachel

    says:

    I would dehydrate my soaked nuts!

  907. pilar roy

    says:

    pineapple juice dipped banana chips!

  908. I’ve pinned many of your posts, but a favorite (especially lately!) is the teething oil.

  909. Kim

    says:

    Fruit Leather for the kiddos first!!

  910. Carrie

    says:

    apple chips and fruit leather!

  911. Krystal

    says:

    I would like to try my own garlic and onion powder first!!

  912. Mikhaila

    says:

    Dried fruit!

  913. Carrie

    says:

    fruit leather!

  914. Allison

    says:

    Fruit leather! After that, maybe some coconut milk yogurt.

  915. Amy Skelton

    says:

    I want to dry some blueberries!!

  916. Garland

    says:

    Yogurt and beef jerky

  917. Kasia

    says:

    I really want to make the fruit gummy drops for the kiddos!

  918. Tori

    says:

    Jerky! I shared your tortilla recipe… thank you!

  919. Sonya

    says:

    My organic herbs.

  920. Jennifer

    says:

    I would probably start with cinnamon apple chips for the kids and hubby, who love the store bought ones so much. Now that I do nearly no packaged foods, I would use this for soooooo many made-from-scratch items. This is on one of my must haves some day!

  921. DonnaB

    says:

    Hard to decide what to dehydrate first. Dehydrated stawberries, cherries, and watermelon taste just like chewy candies but oh so much more healthier. A friend dehydrates her own soup mixes by dehydrating minced carrots, onions, celery, celery leaves, parsley, then storing combined in a jar with some sea salt. Love this idea and so easy to add a few spoonfuls to water to make “soup in a cup”.

  922. Amy Pautsch

    says:

    I would dehydrate nuts and apples.
    I pinned your Baking Powder Recipe

  923. Dani Faucher

    says:

    I’d like to try different meat jerky recipes, also to dry seasonal fruits with the dehydrator. as for your blog, am keen to try the raw lemon coconut macaroons.

  924. Lisa

    says:

    Granola for sure!

  925. Sarah B.

    says:

    I would love to make fruit leather to start and eventually make almond burgers. :)

  926. C. DeLira

    says:

    I would love to make banana chips and jerky — one of the few things my very picky son will eat!

  927. Stephanie Ann

    says:

    I’d love to make fruit leather, i think I’d like it a lot!

  928. Elizabeth S.

    says:

    I pinned “When Should My Baby Start Solids?”

  929. Dianne

    says:

    Apples and bananas first, then experiment!

  930. Dawn Osborne

    says:

    I actually love to make apple chips and jerky but my friend and I share a dehydrator and she is way more organized than I am and she uses it more than I do….. would be great if we both had one!

  931. Apple

    says:

    Peach fruit leather like my Grandma used to make for us as kids!

  932. Kendra

    says:

    Fruit roll ups:)

  933. Rebekah

    says:

    I would use it to make dried tomatoes, dried apples and berries, and all kinds of garden stuff dried and stored for winter!!

  934. Faith

    says:

    dried fruit! it’s one of my favorite treats, but it’s so expensive to buy and usually full of other things I don’t want.

  935. Bethany

    says:

    My favorite post has been “The Real Cause of Morning Sickness” so that is what I pinned :)

  936. Debbie

    says:

    I want to make jerky and have it to dry my vegetables from my garden next summer

  937. Nicole

    says:

    Beef Jerky from grass fed cows

  938. Dawn says:

    I pinned Cultured Apricot Fruit Leather! :)

  939. Morgan

    says:

    I’d use it to dry all the things!!!

  940. Kristine

    says:

    I would make many kinds of dried fruit. Apples bananas and strawberries to start with.

  941. Momma J

    says:

    I’d LOVE to try to preserve more of my garden…..dried tomatoes, beans, hot peppers, etc. Plus ALL the fruit!! What fun!!

  942. susan says:

    i want to try all the recipes!!! thanks for the chance to win this great item!!!

  943. Kimberly

    says:

    I would make beef jerky

  944. Jennifer

    says:

    I pinned the marshmallow. Would LOVE to make these for my kids who haven’t had the joy of marshmallows yet since I can’t bring myself to feed them the store bought ones.

  945. Stephanie

    says:

    Dried fruit for my son!

  946. Pam

    says:

    I would dehydrate mushrooms,tomatoes,peppers,zuchinni,cucumbers,carrots,celery,onions and make fruit leathers. I love to dehydrate. I have old ronco dehydrators. So I would be estatic with a new excaliber. Thank you for hving this drawing. Hoping to win. But wishing everyone good luck.

  947. melanie knudsen

    says:

    Mmmm…dried apples and banana chips!

  948. I would love to try dehydrating our extra eggs in the spring! Our chickens do not lay well in the darker months and I usually resort to buying eggs in January and February, but giving them away by May.

  949. norma mccomas

    says:

    jerky!! thank you :) xo

  950. Vicki

    says:

    I am a novice at this stuff, but making yogurt in the excalibur dehydrator sounds like fun!

  951. Stephanie

    says:

    I pinned the Sour Gummy Stars recipe. I really want to make it, just need to convince my husband to let me spend $23 on gelatin, lol.

  952. Elisa Koranda

    says:

    Dehydrated