Dehydrating Potatoes for Prepper’s Food Storage Using Excalibur Dehydrator :)

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If you score a good deal on some produce but can’t eat it all before it goes bad then dehydrating it may just work for you πŸ™‚ I am a prepper and often dehydr…
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31 Responses to “Dehydrating Potatoes for Prepper’s Food Storage Using Excalibur Dehydrator :)”

  1. HealthyPrepper

    Yes, most dehydrated foods is? done correctly will store fine in a cool, dry place on their own but you can also vacuuseal them to extend the shelf life even longer πŸ™‚ The oxygen absorber helps slow down the oxidation degradation process but it is not absolutely necessary with vacuusealing since you are removing oxygen in that process. πŸ™‚ Great question πŸ™‚

  2. Julieaism

    Is there a way to store dehydrated foods without? using Co2 absorbers?

  3. starwatcher sun

    is there some way to make? them not turn brown. lemon or something?

  4. HealthyPrepper

    scrub a dub dub the? old spud πŸ˜‰

  5. UraniumMan

    Hey, at least we all? know how to wash potatoes, now! lol

  6. HealthyPrepper

    Absolutely πŸ™‚ They will be? coming soon πŸ™‚

  7. earthangel1978

    Can u do? some more videos on food dehydration as well as best containers for storage?

  8. HealthyPrepper

    LOL “beast? of a video” :0) True this wasn’t my finest hour or I mean 12 minutes πŸ™‚

  9. rhadiem

    Hi, first of all thanks for doing the video, dehydrating potatoes isn’t something I had considered for prepping. Now, for some friendly constructive criticism. Liberal use of editing could have shaved this beast of a video down to a svelte little 3 minute number. An extra little bit of fluff gives personality, but going from slicer to chopping to grating just seemed to be a waste of time and? essentially just trying to figure out how to deal with slightly too cooked potatoes. πŸ™‚ But thanks!

  10. HealthyPrepper

    Thanks! This is good to? know πŸ™‚

  11. HealthyPrepper

    Ah, reversing the blanching and slicing – good? tip πŸ™‚

  12. HealthyPrepper

    Great tips SBP πŸ™‚ I have a? meat slicer too (its in the garage right now – need to go pull it out πŸ™‚

  13. HealthyPrepper

    That is? a spectacular deal! Way to go! πŸ™‚

  14. HealthyPrepper

    I must check it out :)? She has great videos πŸ™‚

  15. HealthyPrepper

    HAHAHA lol :)?

  16. HealthyPrepper

    I would keep an eye on? Craigslist too, you never know πŸ™‚
    They are wonderful and made in the USA πŸ™‚

  17. HealthyPrepper

    I can tell you I work full time? and prep πŸ™‚ It can be done πŸ™‚

  18. HealthyPrepper

    Yes, a food processor would make this much easier especially if you are doing large? batches. Mine is buried in the pantry and it would take me a day to retrieve the darn thing right now. πŸ™‚

  19. Kenda1969

    I slice, dice or shred then blanch then dehydrate. The potatoes come out white and seems like this way makes a lot less? mess. Thank you for making videos to help folks prepping. I too use an Excaliblur and love it!!!

  20. HealthyPrepper

    Never tried the vinegar, I will? have to give that go πŸ™‚

  21. JSL Phillips

    I slice with? skins on before boiling in water and 3 tbs vinegar. No need for mushy dehydrated potatoes that aren’t white. Just a thought.

  22. sunbunny prepper

    I think my way is easier. I use a rival food slicer & slice the washed potatoes-blanch them-cool them then dry them in my Excalibur. They come out white & because of the meat slicer they are all the same size. I can also cut the potato into 1/4’s then slice & get the chunks for fried potatoes. Has browns get shredded-blanch-dried and are lovely hash browns. It makes it so much? easier and you can do with or without the peelings. We processed 40 lbs in an afternoon no sweat. Just wanted to share.

  23. Emma Sorce

    i just bought 20? lbs for 1.98 i think i’ll dehydrate some

  24. cheyanne skye

    Katzcadel has a video on how to dehydrate potates and? they come out white Have you seen it

  25. genghis khan

    “HAD” to give you a thumbs-up ’cause of the great title: “A? Woman and Her Potatoes”…. great!

    As good a title as “Treasure of Sierra Madre” and “The Maltese Falcon”… πŸ™‚

  26. GrabFreeAndroidGames

    Pretty cool, mate! ?

  27. LinkClanUK

    really? cool,? good job!

  28. Erik Westlake

    This is legit?

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  31. defaultseth

    Well,its? official Im a fan of yours now πŸ˜€