Get One of My Favorite Kitchen Tools! Excalibur Dehydrator Giveaway–$408+ Value

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Readers–do I have a treat for you today!

I’ve joined with a bunch of other bloggers to offer to you a giveaway of one of my all-time-favorite kitchen tools.

The Excalibur Dehydrator!

And not just any Excalibur Dehydrator–

The biggest model (the 9 tray, Excalibur 3900) loaded with 9 Paraflexx Drying Sheets and a Dehydrating book as well.

If you’ve poked around my blog, you know how much I use my dehydrator.

In fact, right after I finish this post I’ve got:

– 5 lbs of brazil nuts
– 5 cups of soaked rolled oats
– about 28 cups of soaked buckwheat

waiting to go into this fabulous machine.

Yes, you can fit about 38 cups of nuts / seeds / grains into the 9-tray Excalibur.

That’s one reason why I love it.

Why I LOVE my Excalibur Dehydrator

- Durable

This machine has a 5 year warranty and is made with very solid parts. I’ve had mine for about 10 years now and it’s still going strong. And believe me–I use it A LOT!

- Roomy

As I said above, you can fit about 38 cups of nuts / seeds / grains in this machine.  If you like to do things in bulk (like I do) then this machine is for you.

- Even Drying

You won’t get moldy apples on the bottom and overly dry ones on the top with this machine.  The fan circulates the air throughout to ensure even drying.

- Saves Money

I can buy in bulk and dry a bunch of produce at one time, which saves our family a TON of money.  This year we got about 200 pounds of free apples that I turned into leather and dried apples. I wouldn’t have been able to do that with a small dehydrator.  For more on how the dehydrator saves us money, read this post.

- Boost Nutrition

With a dehydrator, you can soak and dry your nuts and seeds, as well as make things like sprouted cereals, quickly and easily.  That’s what I am going to do with my soaked buckwheat.  I hope to make this fabulous Gourmet Buckwheat Granola.  For more on how the dehydrator can boost nutrition, read this.

Saves Time and Space

Drying is quicker than canning. And the food takes up a lot less space. For more on how the dehydrator saves time and space, read this post.

Excalibur Dehydrator Giveaway

Anyhow, I teamed up with a group of bloggers to offer this GREAT kitchen tool to you.

Yippee!

With spring coming soon (sorta), now is the time to get this machine so you are ready for the harvest.

Here is what you can win:

– 3900 Excalibur Dehydrator in Black or White
– 9 14×14 Paraflexx Drying Sheets (perfect for making fruit leathers, chocolate nuts, sun dried tomatoes, flax crackers, drying sesame seeds–basically anything small or “goopy”.
– Preserve it Naturally book – a $24.95 value
– shipped to you in the contiguous U.S.

Here are the bloggers/websites involved in this fantastic Excalibur Giveaway:

1. Whole New Mom (that’s me, of course)

2. Food Storage Mom

3. Home Ready Home

4. Common Sense Homesteading

5. Food Storage And Survival

6. The Survival Moms

7. Simply Canning

8. Prepared Housewives

9. Geek Prepper

10. The Backyard Pioneer

11. Survival For Blondes

This giveaway is limited to the US (48 contingent states) because of the shipping expense. This giveaway is not sponsored by ExcaliburDehydrator.com, Facebook or Pinterest–we are paying for the machine out of our own pockets. The Excalibur Dehydrator is the same model shown above.  It’s mine, in fact :).

A Few More Things:

1.  Please note that you do need to Follow ALL of the Pinterest Boards of the bloggers in order to have your entry count. That just means that you need to click on the Red “Follow All” button once you get to their Pinterest page.

2.  And also, in case you don’t win, I offer to everyone the Best Deal on Excalibur Dehydrator on the internet.

If you find another price lower from an authorized dealer, I will do my best to match it.

You can get more details about that here.

3. This has nothing to do with the giveaway, but if you would like to stay connected, please hop over to Google+, where I am sharing my posts plus those of others.

Facebook has made it so I need to pay about $600 to reach my fans, and I can’t afford that.  So while I will still do what I can on Facebook, I am needing to do other things.

I’m on Google+ as myself and as Whole New Mom. You can of course, follow both. It’s been a lot of fun over there.

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So that’s it! I can’t wait to see who wins this great machine.

What would you use this Excalibur Dehydrator for if you won?

Shared at Real Food Forager and We Are that Family.

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  1. Lorinda Thompson says:

    I’ve recently changed my diet. Its been pretty easy for me but a little harder for my kids. I would LOVE an Excalibur! It would make this transition SO much easier and I could make healthy snacks for my kids, to make it easier on them! I’ve seen so many things you can do with one of these amazing dehydrators!! I can’t wait to get it!

  2. Adrienne Guarro says:

    I would dry the tomatoes and hot peppers that we grow in our garden.

  3. Marina Foreman says:

    I was just thinking this morning how a dehydrator would help me get a great start to living healthy. Dry fruit is my new candy!

  4. My old one died, but I used to dry fruit and I loved to dry cherry tomatoes, ummm so good in so many things, Also like to make fruit leather and various sprouted uncooked products, like bread, snack bars, A dryer is quite useful in many, many ways.

  5. We bought a farm last year. Along with all of the animals we are raising, I plan on trying a garden again this year ( last year I quit breathing and was air evacuated to a neighboring city where I lost 5 days). With any luck, this year will be much better! If it is… I plan on learning how to can and dehydrate lots of things! I can’t wait!

  6. I would love to win this, I would dry all the food that won’t fit in my freezer.

  7. I could really use one of these because the electricity goes off during the winter and we end up having to through out food just about every winter. Thank you.