Excalibur Dehydrator

What is it?
A machine with an in-built timer which dehydrates/ “cooks” food at temperatures sufficiently low enough so as to keep all enzymes alive and all nutritional content intact.

What’s it good for?
Making just about everything you can imagine from a raw food book which requires “cooking”. Think flax crackers, dehydrated nuts, pizza, bread, vegetable and kale chips for starters.

Who should use it?
Everyone venturing into the world of raw food and veganism. This brand is the most widely-trusted across the globe.

Why I love it
Because it’s so easy to use, and with the 9 tray version, you can have many different recipes going on at once, or simply make huge batches at a time. And the background hum when it’s in use is kinda comforting. And this is the brand they use day in, day out at Hippocrates, by the way.


Available in the 9 tray version (from £298.80):

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Or the 4 tray (from £199.99):

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Wherever possible, the products will be organic – always my own personal first choice. If they are not, it’s more than likely that it is unofficially organic – not doused in harmful chemicals and sourced from a small producer who cannot afford the exorbitant costs it can mean to certify a product as organic.

And, wherever relevant, all products are vegan and cruelty-free. (You can’t get a vegan water pick, for example. I did try).

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