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Hi, what is the general rule for timing dehydrating in terms of chips vs crackers vs bread vs burgers?

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Hi Vanessa! Most of the times are similar, but the general rule is that the THICKER the thing, the longer it takes to dehydrate. But then some things you want to have crispy (chips) so you have to wait longer for those than breads (which you don’t want crispy, just dryish). Most things take between 5-10 hours.

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I just got my dehydrator and even though it is a stackable (was able to get a GREAT deal) it is an Excalibur. I just made onion bread. I have to say I understand the challenges with the stackable model, however the Excalibur stackable was quite efficient and did great. Thank you for all your tips!

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I just got my dehydrator and even though it is a stackable (was able to get a GREAT deal) it is an Excalibur. I just made onion bread. I have to say I understand the challenges with the stackable model, however the Excalibur stackable was quite efficient and did great. Thank you for all your tips!

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Hi Amyjean, thank you for sharing your dehydrator experience! :)

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Thank you for the valuable information! The link to the e-book doesn't seem to work though :(

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Thank you, Nadia, for letting me know about that!!!

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Hi, what is the general rule for timing dehydrating in terms of chips vs crackers vs bread vs burgers?

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Hi Vanessa! Most of the times are similar, but the general rule is that the THICKER the thing, the longer it takes to dehydrate. But then some things you want to have crispy (chips) so you have to wait longer for those than breads (which you don’t want crispy, just dryish). Most things take between 5-10 hours.

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