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    Excalibur by far the best

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    I use the Salton from Walmart. Use it about 4 times a year. If I were do more I would get the 10 rack from Cabelas. All units require you to move the trays around to maintain even drying.
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    Another oven user here. Just finished 3 batches of jerky. Foil the bottom to catch drippings and easy cleanup.
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    If you're in the need for a new oven buy one with a dehydration option. Or check your oven manual and see if you have that option already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skypilot View Post
    Don't remember the brand name, I had a stackable plastic one years ago. It worked great for decades until the white plastic discolored/cracked and I tossed it. It had about 4-5 trays that sat on top of one another and was 100v.

    Worked great for jerky and even better on fruit like bananas.
    I've got the same one. I think it was $49 at WalMart. Salton is the brand.

    Works just fine for jerky, dried fruit, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by line052 View Post
    I use the Salton from Walmart. Use it about 4 times a year. If I were do more I would get the 10 rack from Cabelas. All units require you to move the trays around to maintain even drying.
    X2 on the Salton unit.
    Not expensive, have used it for jerky, just finished drying some apples and pears for trail snacks. For the amount I dry things it's good enough for now.

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    Does anyone make a non plastic dehydrater?

    I'd like to get an all metal one, seems the plastic ones eventually give a plastic taste/smell to the food.

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