Survey on Dehydrator's .

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poacherjoe

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I am looking at a 9 tray Excalibur or a 10 tray Super Q . I will primarily be drying fruits and vegetable's but I might try jerky. Both these units have fans and I have borrowed and used the Super Q and really liked it. It is made of Stainless steel and it cleans up easy. The Excalibur looks like it is made of plastic and it is supposed to be a good unit but I was hoping other members could compare them and give me some feedback. They both cost about the same .
 
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My Wolf ovens have a dehydrate mode. There is some sort of apparatus I would need to buy to actually dehydrate. But, shot in the dark, does your oven have a dehydrate mode? I only discovered mine accidentally earlier this year trying to find a way to hold briskets in my oven lower than 170°.
 

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