Ultimate Resource for Dehydrating Grains, Nuts & Beans

There are two main reasons to dehydrate grains – first, it increases shelf-life; second, it aids in the grinding process. Finally, it makes storage easier as it keeps everything from drying out through evaporation during storage.

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Dried beans are a great source of protein and fiber.

They also contain many other nutrients, including iron, zinc, folate, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, copper, manganese, vitamin A, thiamin and riboflavin.

Beans can be used in soups or salads as well as added to casseroles, stews and stir-fries.

Dried beans contain more than twice the amount of protein compared with other legumes like lentils or peas. This makes it easier to get enough protein into your daily meals without having to eat too much meat.

Beans also have high levels of iron which helps prevent anemia. Iron deficiency affects about one-third of women worldwide. It’s important to include foods rich in this mineral such as red meats, poultry, fish, eggs, nuts and seeds.

Dried fruits and nuts are a great source of energy, protein, fiber, minerals, vitamins. They also contain antioxidants that help to fight free radicals in the body.

Drying is an excellent way to preserve food for long periods of time without losing nutrients or flavor.

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