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* [http://inpursuitofelegance.com/post/2009/08/31/Innovation-on-Peanuts.aspx Innovation on Peanuts], ''inpursuitofelegance.com'', describes a microentrepreneur in Kenya who used a $100 microgrant to design and build vegetable dehydration technology to increase shelf life of produce. The packaged goods produced have been tested and approved by the Kenyan government, and rated highly for quality rating by a local university.  
 
* [http://inpursuitofelegance.com/post/2009/08/31/Innovation-on-Peanuts.aspx Innovation on Peanuts], ''inpursuitofelegance.com'', describes a microentrepreneur in Kenya who used a $100 microgrant to design and build vegetable dehydration technology to increase shelf life of produce. The packaged goods produced have been tested and approved by the Kenyan government, and rated highly for quality rating by a local university.  
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* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVTcnCuX2Qc Three Solar Dehydrators]- youtube by Paul Wheaton
  
 
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Introduction

A solar dehydrator (or solar drier) allows the user to preserve food without the energy cost or pollution associated with other drying techniques.

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  • Innovation on Peanuts, inpursuitofelegance.com, describes a microentrepreneur in Kenya who used a $100 microgrant to design and build vegetable dehydration technology to increase shelf life of produce. The packaged goods produced have been tested and approved by the Kenyan government, and rated highly for quality rating by a local university.


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Pages in category "Solar dehydrating"

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