What are you Dehydrating now

chicmom

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Hi! Wow, pigskin? Is that something you eat or maybe a treat for your dog? (I'm sincere in this question.) I have a dehydrator, and I used to make jerky. The family loved it. It was pretty stinky, so I ran the dehydrator in the garage. I'll bet the pigskin is stinky....

I may just have to get that dehydrator out of the attic.

Sharon
 

h4ppy-chris

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Hi! Wow, pigskin? Is that something you eat or maybe a treat for your dog? (I'm sincere in this question.) I have a dehydrator, and I used to make jerky. The family loved it. It was pretty stinky, so I ran the dehydrator in the garage. I'll bet the pigskin is stinky....

I may just have to get that dehydrator out of the attic.

Sharon


hi Sharon it's to make pork cracklings the fluffy kind that don't break your teeth (no smell at all)
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the dog does love them when i take them out of the dehydrater.
if you want a how too make them let me know :)




 

chicmom

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Well, I'll be darned! I think my husband would love those, BUT, I don't know where I'd ever find pigskin.......And they're not stinky? Amazing! They do look yummy......Thanks for posting those pics,

Sharon
 

h4ppy-chris

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Well, I'll be darned! I think my husband would love those, BUT, I don't know where I'd ever find pigskin.......And they're not stinky? Amazing! They do look yummy......Thanks for posting those pics,

Sharon


no stink at all as you boil the skins frist with no fat on them. i got my pig skin from the butchers.
 

kuntrygirl

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Hi! Wow, pigskin? Is that something you eat or maybe a treat for your dog? (I'm sincere in this question.) I have a dehydrator, and I used to make jerky. The family loved it. It was pretty stinky, so I ran the dehydrator in the garage. I'll bet the pigskin is stinky.... I may just have to get that dehydrator out of the attic. Sharon
hi Sharon it's to make pork cracklings the fluffy kind that don't break your teeth (no smell at all) ;) the dog does love them when i take them out of the dehydrater. if you want a how too make them let me know :)
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That looks delicious! What type of dehydrator do you have?
 

kuntrygirl

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That looks delicious! What type of dehydrator do you have?



sorry it dont have a name on it, its just a cheepo 25w no fan it works great just takes longer to dehydrate the food.


I hope that I can find a cheapo, although they really don't cost a lot at WalMart. I think I may invest in one to make dehydrated fruit for snacks.
 

kuntrygirl

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Opelousas, Louisiana
Hi! Wow, pigskin? Is that something you eat or maybe a treat for your dog? (I'm sincere in this question.) I have a dehydrator, and I used to make jerky. The family loved it. It was pretty stinky, so I ran the dehydrator in the garage. I'll bet the pigskin is stinky.... I may just have to get that dehydrator out of the attic. Sharon
hi Sharon it's to make pork cracklings the fluffy kind that don't break your teeth (no smell at all) ;) the dog does love them when i take them out of the dehydrater. if you want a how too make them let me know :)
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I think we all would love to know how to make them. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE. =)
 

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