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    angies_groups
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    Hi, all,

    Just wanted to pass along my experience with food
    dehydrators this weekend in case there is anyone out there on the verge of
    buying one.

    I’ve had my American Harvest Snackmaster Elite for
    several years now and it’s been the only one I’ve ever used up
    until this weekend. I purchased a Ronco dehydrator at a yard sale recently and
    used both dehydrators to dry a bushel of tomatoes. The Ronco doesn’t
    hold a candle to the American Harvest. The AH has a fan that circulates
    the warm air up through the middle and around the edges which makes it a much
    more even distribution of air so the ones on the bottom aren’t more dry
    than the ones on top. The Ronco doesn’t have a fan, just a heating coil.
    I had to reverse the order of the trays frequently and, after almost 48 hours
    of drying, I moved the remaining pieces over to the Snackmaster (which had
    completed its job the day before). The Ronco is simply just not as efficient.

    That’s just been my experience with these two

    dehydrators. I would definitely choose the American Harvest again!

    ….angie





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    ro so
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    I had the best luck yesterday. I had to go to Walmart to pick up some baby wipes and right when you walk into the store they had all the grapes for .50 a pound. Around here that is a bargain so I bought about 10 pounds. When I got home my husband told me I should have bought more so since he had to go out and buy a windshield wiper for my Mom's car, he also came home with another couple bags. I froze almost all of them so that we could use them this winter and my husband took some to work. The rest we plan on using for after school snacks. Becky



     
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    Jill Coughlin
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    I never knew you could freeze grapes... How do they taste
    afterwards?


    At 06:54 PM 8/20/2007, you wrote:




    <blockquote type="cite" class="cite" cite>I had the best luck yesterday. I
    had to go to Walmart to pick up some baby wipes and right when you walk
    into the store they had all the grapes for .50 a pound. Around here that
    is a bargain so I bought about 10 pounds. When I got home my husband told
    me I should have bought more so since he had to go out and buy a
    windshield wiper for my Mom's car, he also came home with another couple
    bags. I froze almost all of them so that we could use them this winter
    and my husband took some to work. The rest we plan on using for after
    school snacks.



    Becky






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    libramommy66@brier.net
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    The are great frozen!! My mil started freezing them and taking them to

    work when she was on a diet..and got us started on them..the kids LOVE

    them frozen..not so messy..lol



    LaRae



    On 8/26/2007, "Jill Coughlin" <jscoughlin@roadrunner.com> wrote:



    >I never knew you could freeze grapes... How do they taste afterwards?

    >

    >At 06:54 PM 8/20/2007, you wrote:

    >

    >






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    ro so
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    I have no idea. I got the idea off of another group I was on so my husband thought we would try it. He says they taste like a piece of grape jolly rancher. Becky

    Jill Coughlin <jscoughlin@roadrunner.com> wrote: I never knew you could freeze grapes... How do they taste afterwards?

    At 06:54 PM 8/20/2007, you wrote:


    <BLOCKQUOTE class="cite" cite type="cite">I had the best luck yesterday. I had to go to Walmart to pick up some baby wipes and right when you walk into the store they had
    all the grapes for .50 a pound. Around here that is a bargain so I bought about 10 pounds. When I got home my husband told me I should have bought more so since he had to go out and buy a windshield wiper for my Mom's car, he also came home with another couple bags. I froze almost all of them so that we could use them this winter and my husband took some to work. The rest we plan on using for after school snacks.

    Becky



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    Lori Morgan
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    mmm! If you eat them while they are still slushy--that taste amazing.

    It's a great alternative to popcorn at movie time.



    Lori

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    > I never knew you could freeze grapes... How do they taste

    afterwards?










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    Herlean
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    My Mom freezes grapes all the time. Just rinse them and pop them into the

    freezer inside of a ziploc bag or container with a lid.



    Herlean



    ro so <clutterfreemommy@yahoo.com> wrote:

    I have no idea. I got the idea off of another group I was on so my

    husband thought we would try it. He says they taste like a piece of grape jolly

    rancher.



    Becky






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    Didee54@aol.com
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    You eat the grapes while they are still frozen or partially frozen and they are very refreshing. Similar to fresh but not exactly. If let them thaw and then refridgerate them they will they turn bad so you have to just take out what you are going to eat.
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