Bacos in the dehydrator

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whos96am

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if i took the dried soybean version of bacos (i forget what it''s called) grind it to a powder and put that in the flour would that work too?? it's already dehydrated and would add the bacon flavor.

i have a Nesco/American Harvest dehydrator and my dehydrator book said that caned salmon was fine and to put liquid and all in a food processor to make a paste that i mix with the flour but the can dosn't say if its packed in oil or water what should i do?
 

taxlady

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if i took the dried soybean version of bacos (i forget what it''s called) grind it to a powder and put that in the flour would that work too?? it's already dehydrated and would add the bacon flavor.

i have a Nesco/American Harvest dehydrator and my dehydrator book said that caned salmon was fine and to put liquid and all in a food processor to make a paste that i mix with the flour but the can dosn't say if its packed in oil or water what should i do?

Have a close look at the ingredients. They should list oil or water or maybe broth.
 
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