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Old 09-03-2013, 03:59 AM   #1
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I am thinking about getting a dehydrator to add a different dimension to my veggie intake, and I was wondering how the measurements work out. Do I measure it BEFORE I dehydrate it, or do I measure out the 2 cups AFTER I dehydrate it? It would seem that if I did so afterwards, I would be getting far more than 2 cups, right?
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I am thinking about getting a dehydrator to add a different dimension to my veggie intake, and I was wondering how the measurements work out. Do I measure it BEFORE I dehydrate it, or do I measure out the 2 cups AFTER I dehydrate it? It would seem that if I did so afterwards, I would be getting far more than 2 cups, right?
Always measure raw
Measure your veggies raw
Weigh meats raw
Before ANY type of cooking
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Thanks, that makes more sense than after dehydration, as the veggies do get smaller.
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