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I’m no longer an amateur metal detectorist. I’ve had four trips out now with my metal detector and on the last last trip I found a ring pull from a drinks can. This is the holy grail of finds. It will be pride of place in my collection, well at least until I find a bottle top.
I also found a biggish lump of metal. Into my finds jar they have both gone.
A little while ago I purchased a food dehydrator from Amazon U.K.
Being new to dehydrating food, I also decided to buy a copy of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Dehydrating Foods, by Jeanette Hurt.
It is a great book and the recipes are very easy to follow.
The only downside for us in Europe is that it uses American measurements, but it is simple enough to scribble a quick conversion chart on the inside of the cover.
I’ve been wanting a food hydrator for quite a while, and so far I’m impressed with everything I’ve dehydrated. I’m really pleased with my purchase.
Apart from dehydrating foods for my wife and I to enjoy, another reason for wanting, and purchasing a food dehydrator, was so I could make tasty and healthy treats for our two dogs.
Admittedly both of the dogs will pretty much eat anything we give them, but the dehydrated sweet potato is a favourite.
Here are some photos of my food dehydrating:
Onions, Mushrooms, and Tomatoes
Oranges and Lemons
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For yonks I’ve wanted a dehydrator, and this year I decided to spend the birthday money that my Mother gave me, on purchasing one.
Being a newbie to all things dehydrating, I opted for a budget dehydrator, as I didn’t want to waste money on something that may end up collecting dust in a cupboard.
I ordered a Digital Food Dryer & Dehydrator, which cost a penny under £40, from Amazon UK.
The dehydrator arrived the next day, but I was unable to get dehydrating because I still needed to purchase some citric acid, which I also ordered via Amazon UK.
When the citric acid finally arrived I thought I would start simple, so I dehydrated some apples.
To start the process I peeled and sliced the apples, and then left them to soak in a water and citric acid bath for 10 minutes.
I then drained the apple slices, and placed them on the trays in the dehydrator.
I put the lid on the dehydrator, set the timer to 12 hours and the temperature to 60 centigrade, and left it to do its magic over night.
The next morning I had a look at the apples. Some of the slices still seemed a bit soft, so I put the dehydrator back on for a further 2 hours, and that did the trick. The apple slices were perfectly dry and ready to eat.
My first attempt at dehydrating turned out very well, and I will be trying various other fruits, and also some savoury foods including tomatoes and mushrooms in the next few days.
On my third trip out with my metal detector, I struck gold. O.K. that may be a bit of an exaggeration but I did find three bits of metal.
Hence forth these will be called my Bronze Age Collection, well at least that is what I’m going to call them when I put them for sale on Ebay LOL
I have a funny feeling I’ll be finding more bits of scrap metal. It won’t go to waste. It is going to be put in a glass jar and displayed next to our sea glass collection.
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A little while ago I won £100.
I could have spent it on lots of wine and beer, but instead decided to invest my win in a metal detector.
The basic model I chose is the Fully automatic Seben Deep Target Metal Detector.
I thought wine today, or gold and silver everyday – a positive attitude is always a good thing.
My first foray into treasure hunting was a trip down to the local beach here in Easington Colliery. Despite being convinced I’d find a chest full of old gold coins, I came away empty handed, but at least it give me a chance to get used to using my new metal detector.
The next morning Mrs. R, Barley, and I headed up the coast to Hawthorn Dene and Hawthorn Burn.
Once the 3 of us had clambered down to the beach, I went into full ‘treasure hunter mode’. Barley went into full ‘find a dead fish and roll in it mode’. Barley was a lot more successful then I was.
The metal detector did register a really strong signal at one point. I told myself, this is it, untold treasures are just under the sand. After lots and lots of digging, I found a large piece of slag metal. It must of weighed at least 4kg+. I would have kept it, but did not fancy humping it on the 45 minute walk back home.
Day one and two of being a treasure hunter have yielded zero treasure.
So, maybe I should have spent the money on beer and wine.
Anyone want to swap a hardly used Fully automatic Seben Deep Target Metal Detector for a few bottles of wine?
I will endeavour with the treasure hunting.
There must be ‘Gold in them thar hills’.