Excalibur Dehydrator Review.

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Re: Excalibur Dehydrator Review.

Post by Deeps » Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:45 am

Brambles wrote:Well, I've had this 8 months now and I can honestly say, Excaliburs are worth every penny. :D

Now I have sussed out the temps and preparation techniques I am getting superb results. I really am happy to recommend it to anyone thinking of taking the plunge.
The Excalibur does seem to be the Holy Grail of deydrators......

Yup, coat, scarf and gloves already on and I'm going. :P

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Re: Excalibur Dehydrator Review.

Post by pseudonym » Mon Nov 13, 2017 12:55 pm

Deeps wrote:
Brambles wrote:Well, I've had this 8 months now and I can honestly say, Excaliburs are worth every penny. :D

Now I have sussed out the temps and preparation techniques I am getting superb results. I really am happy to recommend it to anyone thinking of taking the plunge.
The Excalibur does seem to be the Holy Grail of deydrators......

Yup, coat, scarf and gloves already on and I'm going. :P
You should.... mixing the two subjects up like that. :roll:
The roads are pretty bad and if you do end up getting stuck its hard to justify your reason for being on the roads as 'vegan mince for a feckin' princess'.

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Re: Excalibur Dehydrator Review.

Post by Deeps » Mon Nov 13, 2017 2:00 pm

pseudonym wrote:
Deeps wrote:
Brambles wrote:Well, I've had this 8 months now and I can honestly say, Excaliburs are worth every penny. :D

Now I have sussed out the temps and preparation techniques I am getting superb results. I really am happy to recommend it to anyone thinking of taking the plunge.
The Excalibur does seem to be the Holy Grail of deydrators......

Yup, coat, scarf and gloves already on and I'm going. :P
You should.... mixing the two subjects up like that. :roll:
Didn't King Arthur send his top boys off to look for the Holy Grail ???

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Re: Excalibur Dehydrator Review.

Post by pseudonym » Mon Nov 13, 2017 3:27 pm

Deeps wrote:Didn't King Arthur send his top boys off to look for the Holy Grail ???
Monty Python I do believe. :mrgreen:
The roads are pretty bad and if you do end up getting stuck its hard to justify your reason for being on the roads as 'vegan mince for a feckin' princess'.

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Re: Excalibur Dehydrator Review.

Post by jansman » Mon Nov 13, 2017 4:56 pm

Its the frustrated historian in me! :lol: http://www.bl.uk/onlinegallery/features ... grail.html
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Re: Excalibur Dehydrator Review.

Post by Deeps » Mon Nov 13, 2017 6:39 pm

pseudonym wrote:
Deeps wrote:Didn't King Arthur send his top boys off to look for the Holy Grail ???
Monty Python I do believe. :mrgreen:
Gotcha, both excellent films. Nicol Williamson is probably my favourite Merlin, probably my favourite Little John too seeing as how we're wildly off topic. :lol:

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