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I was just watching, well listening to the TV while I fold laundry. There was a commercial for an appliance to freeze dry food at home. The dvr is broke so I can't go back but I think it said harvest right. I'll have a look around and see if I can find it.
 

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I had seen this earlier in the year and figured in couple of years the price might drop enough that I could afford it. As much as I run my dehydrator (It's pretty much been full since May and will probably be so for another week or two) it might financially beneficial for us. It would let me add foods that I do not normally dehydrate but use a lot of such as cheese.

The reviews on amazon are pretty good so far: http://www.amazon.com/Freeze-Dryer-Harvest-Right/dp/B00JRH8IEC

Here is a website that gives it a very detailed review: http://survivalblog.com/harvest-right-freeze-dryer-part-1-by-hjl/

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Yeah, I can't justify (afford) that kind of expense for storing food. But I would love to have one!

I also want the "Rodenator", thanks to another helpful HT'er, lol, but can't justify that either.

http://www.rodenator.com Just in case you need something else to lust over.
 

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Yeah, I can't justify (afford) that kind of expense for storing food. But I would love to have one!

I also want the "Rodenator", thanks to another helpful HT'er, lol, but can't justify that either.

http://www.rodenator.com Just in case you need something else to lust over.
They look cool, but fortunately we don't have a need for one.
 
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