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Dehydrator with Jerky Gun Kit

Dehydrator with Jerky Gun Kit
$38.65

This "all in one" dehydrating kit from Chard not only allows you to make terrific beef jerky but also cranks out delicious and nutritious fruit roll-ups, apple chips and any other fruit snack you prefer! Our top-selling dehydrator comes with four adjustable & stackable clear trays and the center section of the trays is removeable for larger items. The adjustable analog thermostat allows you to set the perfect temp for the food you are working with. The accompanying jerky gun features an opaque tube that allows you to always know how much jerky mix is left in the chamber. In Box: one 4-tray food dehydrator and one jerky gun. Black.

Evo Hemp 1705920 Apple Pecan - Cold Pressed Omega Bar 1.7 oz - Case of 12

Evo Hemp 1705920 Apple Pecan - Cold Pressed Omega Bar 1.7 oz - Case of 12
$47.63 $36.64

FeaturesMade with 100% organic fruits nuts and hemp No added sugars colors sulfates or oils Raw vegan soy free gluten free paleo grain free dairy free Contains turmeric to support inflammatory health 7g of protein 3g of fiber Case of 12 Apple Pecan - Cold Pressed Omega Bar SpecificationsSize: 1.7 oz

Alt Fiber: 25+ Projects for Knitting Green with Bamboo, Soy, Hemp, and More

Alt Fiber: 25+ Projects for Knitting Green with Bamboo, Soy, Hemp, and More
$3.95

Like any modern, responsible citizen or fervent DIYer, you've probably been using salvaged materials for years. But did you know that the fastest growing trend in knitting and crochet takes reduce-reuse-recycle to a whole new level? In "Alt Fiber," popular craft author, teacher, and blogger Shannon Okey presents more than twenty-five patterns for jackets, skirts, sweaters, wraps, socks, bags, and more using nonallergenic plant fibers. And these aren't just any fibers . . . from the seaweed-derived Seacell yarn, which transmits vitamins and nutrients to your skin when you wear it, to soy-based yarns made from tofu manufacturing waste, alternative fibers are good for the environment, easy to care for, and more available than ever. Since these fibers don't work up or drape like wool or cotton yarns, Shannon channels her enthusiasm and expertise into teaching crafters of all skill levels about the properties of alt fibers, how to incorporate them into existing patterns, and even how to hand-dye them. And with contemporary designs contributed by Knit Brit's Andi Smith, Acme Knitting Company's Jillian Moreno, Julie Armstrong Holetz, Sivia Harding, Laura Chau, Kate Jackson, Keri Williams, and other up-and-coming designers, "Alt Fiber" is a must-have addition to overstuffed stash bags everywhere. Whether you make a pine wrap, a bamboo coat, a kenaf bag, or a corn T-shirt, knitting green has never been so easy.

 
 
 
 
 

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