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Whether it’s manual or electric, the right tool for the job saves a tremendous amount of time and makes big jobs manageable.Quality hand powered tools not only save time in food preparation, they are not dependent on electricity.We have hand powered appliances for grinding grain, stringing beans, peeling apples, pitting cherries, making sauces and much more. These wonderful non-electric ‘machines’ are so safe, easy and even fun to operate, you can engage the assistance of children.If you are tackling a large crop or attempting ‘mass production’, the use of electrical appliances can make a big difference.

Our  dehydrators come with the option of additional trays.  Blenders can puree fruits and vegetables for leathers (roll ups) in a matter of minutes. Electric food slicers, and meat grinders can have food ready for the jar, freezer or dehydrator in a fraction of the time it can be done with a knife. Every high production Harvest Kitchen is equipped with multiple stainless steel bowls.Stainless steel bowls are the most sanitary and durable. Because stainless steel does not absorb odors or flavors, it can be used to marinate jerky one day and mix jelly the next.Don’t wait until the garden is in the kitchen, prepare for a big harvest NOW.

The kitchen is not just the place where we prepare food.It’s called the heart of the home for a reason.The kitchen is a place where we enjoy our meals, drink a cup of coffee while making plans for the day, and serve up hot cocoa after playing in the snow. This is where everybody congregates during family gatherings. And this where the harvest is gathered in. Working in the kitchen nurtures the soul while preserving the food to nurture the body.

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Thank you to Sue from Alabama for inspiring this post.
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