There are no pictures, even for later. Last evening and into the night, I filled the dehydrator.
There were ten lovely, and quite large Bell peppers. I sliced them into even larger pieces than last time. The pieces shrunk to the size of a pea. Hopefully, these will dry well. They have a larger area but are not necessarily thicker.
Next, I sliced ten zucchini and put them in the dehydrator but on separate trays. I don't think the taste of one will permeate the other vegetable. The combination makes the house smell funky, but that is okay. It smells as good as some of the smudges, even better.
That makes seven of the nine trays filled to overflowing. Since it is very humid here, 100%, and still drizzling, I doubt they will be done anytime soon.
The bell peppers were $0.78 each at WM. price-matched from Sprouts for $0.48. The zucchini were free. I received free bananas for the chickens, too.
Since Bell Peppers are still $0.48. I will probably get another ten this week. I still have seven onions to dehydrate, about 7 apples.
Today, I will cut the $.99 cantaloupe since exbf like cantaloupe and I don't. I will cut the $0.99 pineapple and share with him and practice dehydrating pineapple.
Bargains of food or otherwise? Dehydrating now or in the past? Tell us a story or experience, if you will.