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Jennifer MacKenzie is a professional home economist, cookbook author and recipe developer. Jay Nutt is a chef and restaurant owner. Don Mercer, Ph.D., P.Eng, is an associate professor in the Food Science Department at the University of Guelph.
This one's an encyclopedia. It's a good resource for recipes on the spot but may be overwhelming if youre starting out. I like to have it on the shelf in case I'm looking to expand ideas but its recipes are so literal (an advantage to many) that I prefer to use this to brainstorm my own ideas from rather than to use it each piece. This could apply to all levels of home preservers but I like it best as an on-demand reference as opposed to a manual. Dehydrating is one of the most effective ways to preserve food for maximun nutrition at a very low cost. The Dehydrator Bible recognizes that cooking is a blend of science and art. Co-authors Jennifer MacKenize, Jay Nutt and Don Mercer combined their professional expertise to take the guesswork out of drying a variety of foods, and sharing successful techniques and recipes.