The Manufacturer Refurbished - SousVideTools® 10 Tray Food Dehydrator offers a simple way to make healthy, nutrient-dense foods for your operation. High heat cooking can remove the nutrients from the food, but the dehydrator's lower heat level works to preserve the nutrients and enzymes in the food. The dehydrator pulls the moisture out of the food which inhibits the growth of bacteria, yeast, and mold. There's no need to add preservatives and the process naturally preserves the shelf life of the food, so you can ultimately save money.
The SousVideTools® 10 Tray Food Dehydrator is great for making your own beef jerky, dried fruit slices, and granola. Use it to try new recipes like kale chips and fruit leathers. Guests will love the healthy, on-the-go snacking options and your operators will love the easy controls. This unit has a simple on/off switch, as well as two buttons to adjust the drying time and temperature. The timer can be adjusted up to 24 hours, while the temperature can be adjusted from 35°C to 75°C by 5° increments. Additionally, this stainless steel food dehydrator is specially designed to be easy to clean. It features ten racks, so you can stay stocked up on different ingredients. And the racks can be completely removed and washed. Thanks to the transparent door you can keep an eye on the drying process. Whether you're tempting guests with savoury beef jerky or you're preparing healthy, dried fruit slices, this food dehydrator will get the job done!.
Attractive and durable, the stainless steel construction of this food dehydrator is meant to help it withstand use in a commercial kitchen or shop environment. Plus, it will help this dehydrator fit right in with your other commercial equipment.
Perfect for butcher shops, speciality stores, and health food stores, this unit allows you to dry your most popular jerky, granola, fruits, vegetables, and more! What better way to show that you care than by providing your guests with healthy sweet or salty snack and side dish options rather than the standard potato chips?