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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.)

2. Click here to sign up for my newsletter. I have uhMAZing giveaways planned for the next few months, but to be eligible to win you must be subscribed at the time the winner is drawn. You can unsubscribe at any time. (P.S. I never sell or give your address to anyone – the only person you’ll hear from is me!)

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. Beth says:

    banana chips, almonds, strawberry fruit leather, jerky and herbs for all the kiddies!

  2. Cheryl says:

    Venison jerky!

  3. Chantry says:

    I pinned stocking my dream kitchen! I would love to dehydrate bananas and make yogurt!

  4. Maryellen Malloy says:

    Sprouted seed crackers!

  5. Sonia says:

    My kids love dried pineapple so that would be first on the list.

  6. Emma says:

    Fruit leathers for the lunchboxes!!

  7. Cori says:

    Beef jerky!

  8. Amy Linden says:

    I would really enjoy making toddler snacks like dried mango and apple without all the preservatives.

  9. Martha Wright says:

    I will dry fruits to make herbal tea.

  10. Dena says:

    It would be a toss up between fruit leathers for the kids or kale chips for me and the hubby!

  11. Martha Wright says:

    I pinned “Make your own ginger ale”.

  12. Dena says:

    I pinned the post on how to make a kombucha-rita

  13. samW says:

    your gummy stars

  14. Satsu says:

    fruit leather then tea

  15. Allison says:

    make fruit leather

  16. kristine says:

    fruit leather – my kids LOVE it!

  17. Kelsea Eaton says:

    Fruit Leather!

  18. Leah says:

    Deer or Beef Jerky!

  19. MaryR says:

    I would use this to dry meats, fruits, veges for my own soup mixes, snacks, muffin mixes and pemmican. I would also use it to dry herbs and flowers for various crafts that I make. This would get a LOT of use in my house. Thank you for the chance to win one! :)

  20. Christiana says:

    I’ve never seen or heard of a stainless steel dehydrator before. It looks and sounds amazing! I would first make some almond meal savory crackers I’ve been wanting to make. Of course raw macaroons sound pretty great too, and since there’s five trays I could do them at the same time. :)

  21. Cherie says:

    Veggie chips

  22. Heather says:

    I posted your sour gummy stars:)

  23. Devra says:

    DIY laundry spot remover!

  24. Briana Zak says:

    Re-posted the gelatin article!

  25. Serene says:

    First thing I make will be the cultured apricot fruit leathers!

  26. My intentions for this dehydrator would be for a quick drying of my herbs, perhaps onion or garlic powder, or even fruit leather, but to be honest…I will probably make jerky first!

  27. Jean Upton says:

    I love dehydrator! My plastic dehydrator is very noise and I need a new one.

  28. Nathalie says:

    I want to try to make your cultured apricot fruit leather

  29. Annette says:

    I’d make fruit leather with it.

  30. Ana Lara says:

    I pinned the post “How To Make Non-Toxic Homemade Sunscreen” :)

  31. Lauren says:

    I pinned your post “Big” Babies and small hips: Should Mama’s be concerned. As a Doula its one of the things I have heard many times and it is frustrating when it is based on such false estimations leading to unnecessary fear and subsequent c-sections. Thanks for putting out the truth! I will probably be sharing many more of your post on birth :) Hoping to win the dehydrator. Love the metal trays and will be perfect for disinfecting after placenta encapsulations!!

  32. I would love love love to win this superb dehydrating machine to do placental encapsulations. The stainless steel gives an added insurance of safety! Thanks for the opportunity on this one!

  33. Kirstin says:

    kale chips!

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