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Ivation Dehydrator

Ivation IV-FD90RB

Ivation 9 Tray Food Dehydrator 1
  • Enjoy Homemade Easy Healthy Snacks,Without Additives or Preservatives, at a Fraction of the Cost of Commercially Dehydrated Foods
  • Perfect For Drying Fruit Slices, Long-Lasting Dried Herbs, Delicious Beef Jerky & More, Also an Economical Way to Preserve Foods
  • Rear-Mounted Fan Is Designed To Promote Even Drying with Optimal Airflow Without Overheating, and a Adjustable Thermostat with Automatic Shutoff Timer Ensures That Foods Are Dehydrated At Their Optimal Temperature and Crispiness
  • 9 Spacious, (13” X 12”) Adjustable Drying Racks Accommodate A Wide Variety Of Fruits, Herbs, Vegetables, And Meats, Great For Large Families, Gardeners, Sportsmen, Outdoor Hobbyists, Health-Conscious Enthusiast
  • Digital Thermostat has Eight Temperature Levels From 95º F To 158º F, Includes 1 Nonstick Fine-Mesh Sheet For Drying Small Food Like Herbs, 1 Solid Sheet For Making Fruit Roll-Ups, Overheating Safety Protection, Complies With US Electrical Safety Regulations ETL, Product Dimensions: 17.71 x 13.5 x 16.3 inch
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12 reviews for Ivation 9 Tray Food Dehydrator

  1. Justin R

    I’ve made multiple batches of strawberries and jerky in this machine and they’ve been perfect each time. It is a tad bit on the large side, but I can dehydrate 4lbs of beef in this in 1 run (also around 2 medium sized containers of thinly sliced berries). Only downside i can really say is while it does go from 95 – 158, it goes by intervals of 9 (so you can cook at 95,104, 113, 122, 131, 140, 149, and 158) which can be a bit of a hassle for more sensitive fruits when drying. However, this can be circumvented by just lowering your drying time a bit. Either way, I definitely recommend getting this unit if you’re just looking for a nice large dehydrator for home use with automatic shut off (which is super useful for my work schedule!)P.S. If you’re going to dehydrate things, they need to be prepared in a very specific way (sliced a certain way and to a certain thickness). If you don’t, your food will NOT dehydrate soon enough. Just like cooking: don’t blame the stove if you don’t cook something right 🙂

  2. Kimmy Cushman

    This dehydrator is a good value so far. I have only had it for a couple of weeks but it’s working just as I expected. It’s pretty quite while running, and “cooks” everything thoroughly from top to bottom and front to back. No rotating trays necessary! The surface area for drying is really good considering that the machine fits on the counter. The spacing between the trays has also worked well for everything I have wanted to dry- like kale chips which take up some vertical height on the tray, but it all fit!

  3. Julie Sands

    I recommend you purchase one of the Ivation brand dehydrators. It’s sleek look will complement most any kitchen. My spouse and I originally purchased ours to dehydrate vegetables and herbs we grow in our garden and it works great for that. For spices/herbs you can put them on the highest temp setting for 4 hours then use an herb stripper on Rosemary for example and place it in a food processor, mince, and vacuum seal it them 4 oz. mason jars using a Foodsaver and a jar sealer.Later on thinking about kindness not just to myself but to all others I starting thinking about my consumption of dairy products and how I could do my best to lower it without suffering. I am a vegetarian for ethical reasons but do consume some dairy products. One of them is yogurt. Non-fat Greek yogurt makes an excellent substitute for sour cream in a dip or on a Boston style vegetarian chili. Well you can make Greek Yogurt using a Ivation dehydrator-the setting is 8 hours on 113 degrees Fahrenheit. Guess what? You can even use it as a seed starter on the lower temperature setting. Plant some seeds, and place the pots in the Ivation dehydrator on the low setting and take them out and mist them daily, keeping them moist.Why did I start making yogurt? See, I kept thinking about the cows. Do cows really like to be milked? Do cows have great living conditions? Do these dairy cows have male spouses (bulls) that they get along with or are they forced to be with other females? Were they forced to breed (raped and impregnated) just to have them produce milk? This upset me so much I decided to switch from drinking organic non-fat milk to organic soy milk. I went through a lot of soy milk containers before I realized that perhaps trees were cut down to make them. Fortunately, I found a workable solution in the form of the GJS Soy Milk Maker available on Amazon. This wonderful device not only makes soy, rice and almond milk but also makes all sorts of things, including tofu-if you get a tofu press. I have even taken fresh tomatoes and made pasta sauce in mine. It comes with just about everything you need to get started, a strainer, and two things to clean the machine with. It also has a self clean function in case you left it sit a long time. You just need to get some 64 ounce Mason jars, Organic Soy Beans from Bob’s Red Mill –available on the Bob’s Red Mill Site, and a Rocco Bormioli funnel (available on Amazon,) a Foodsaver 4980 as well as several large mouth jar sealers, (so if they are dirty and in the dishwasher you always have a clean one handy.)That’s it. You can reseal the Bob’s Red Mill bags with the Foodsaver sealer function and keep them in the refrigerator. Batch up some soy milk then vacuum seal it with the Foodsaver, but if you pour it in the jars right away it is hot enough they will vacuum seal on their own. Before I got Mason jars we were using large glass spaghetti sauce jars and the lids always popped when we opened them. The advantage of the vacuum sealer is you can vacuum seal it after each use so that the soy milk no longer has a short shelf date. It is like you just popped open a fresh box each time you pop open your jar thereby guaranteeing the freshest soy milk ever.UPDATE 12/3/18-several years after using my dehydratorI got so overwhelmed trying to keep up with my yogurt needs I had to admit I could not do it. The small batches of soymilk and the resulting amount of Greek yogurt it produced and the long hours involved were too much. I eat a lot of Greek yogurt and use it as a butter substitute, a cream sauce base, in smoothies, in cheese sauces, in cakes, soups, etc. I am a vegetarian and eat very healthy so I had to go back to purchasing Organic Greek Yogurt, though I still use my dehydrator for making many other things. I look forward to when store bought Greek Yogurt is also available from organic soybeans. I use my yogurt makers for other things also and still make my own soymilk and nut milk rather than drinking dairy. I am certain those that just have a small amount of yogurt for lunch each day or something like that may find dehydrators great for making yogurt, especially if they do not make as many homemade foods as I. THE LATEST AMAZING THING I DISCOVERED IVATION DEHYDRATORS ARE GREAT FOR: I also make fantastic and delicious homemade Mustard Green Chips in just 4 hours. I think these are tastier than kale chips. I grow my own Mustard Greens (very quick growing,) and spray them with extra virgin olive oil and rub some salt on them. Then I place them in the dehydrator for four hours on the highest temperature (158 degrees Fahrenheit.) Easy recipe.MY VEGETARIAN ‘TASTES JUST LIKE MEAT JERKY RECIPE’:Spray trays with canola oil. Slice one package of vegetarian Smart Dogs VERY THIN, (I slice mine in my deli slicer wearing protective gloves,) coat generously with Sweet and Sour sauce then dehydrate at 158 degrees Fahrenheit for 4-6 hours (depending on how you like the texture of your jerky. Soak the trays in a solution of citric acid and water, then scrub them quickly with a chainmail type scrubber before placing trays the dishwasher. (I found this out after having a tough time cleaning the trays after making veggie jerky. Citric acid and chainmail scrubbers work great!-Julie Sands

  4. Peanut

    I purchased this food dehydrator last summer. We live in Oregon where our garden is fantastic. I have loved this dehydrator for many items, such as zucchini, tomatoes, fruit leather’s, jerky, squash chips, & homemade dog treats. Every time I store it away, we start laughing because it gets brought back out. It is pretty much a good looking addition to my big kitchen and I keep it on the counter.

  5. Josh L.

    This dehydrator is amazing. I got it on sale for around $100 and it paid for itself the first time using it to make 10# starting weight of beef jerky. The racks are plastic and light weight which I am ok with since they clean easily. I use this almost every week now. Recommended it to all my friends. I have now cranked out over 30# of finished beef jerky this year. (60# starting) The temperatures are preset at 8 specific temps but usually you can find a preset that is close enough for your product (temps are 95°F,104°F, 113°F, 122°F, 131°F, 140°F, 149°F, and 158°F). I have never needed to rotate the trays which has been fantastic. I like being able to just set the temp and time and leave it be. Awesome product.

  6. DiscoB

    I love this dehydrator!! It’s the first one I’ve ever owned, after wanting one for many years. I did a lot of research and decided on this one, and am I glad I did! It’s pretty much always running, as I’ve discovered I have a knack for jerky. I also dehydrate mushrooms when they’re on sale, as well as dandelion, herbs, and other greens for my rabbit for hay during the winter.I am actually going to order another one this weekend just to ramp up my production. I highly recommend!!

  7. Lzkenndy

    I love this dehydrator. I have used the Excalibur for years and needed to replace it. I really didn’t want to spend the big bucks for the Excalibur. I have also tried the round dehydrators and hated them. I love that this one is square and a little smaller than the Ex, but appears to be just as powerful. Very satisfied.

  8. G S

    Finally, Christmas and gave to my son!! He used it right away and loves it! My complaint (and he has google) but there is no paperwork that details how to cut the food products and time to successfully treat them. He had to go on line and read what other users recommended. The paperwork inside the box only tells you parts, what you can do/cook, has a great shut off w/loud buzzer. I feel a description of how thick/thin w/cooking chart should be included. But otherwise, son loves its! Mom did good!

  9. Melani C Ketting-Olivier

    Returning saw warning on box known chemicals can cause cancer and reproductive issues. WTF

  10. Krista

    I’d recommend this. Very good beginner set up, does hold quite a bit of food! Make sure you don’t cut pieces of fruit or veggies any smaller than 1” as it does shrivel up quite a bit and falls through the tray.

  11. Murphy

    Works well. I have no complaints about these dehydrators. I tried to shop around and get best value for money and I believe this does it.You can control the temperature and the timer is wonderful.

  12. Julie G

    So great it’s addictive to use!! I thought I would use and then store in the cupboard until next time. Well, I sort of do, but sometimes I just keep on using it. It’s great when you have extra fruit, like bananas, that will spoil soon. The whole family loves the results. I could use it every day.

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