- Set Dehydration mode
- Turn the light off when dehydrating food
- Do all Wolf ovens have a Dehydration mode?
- Does dehydration require the oven to preheat?
- Can multiple racks be used during Dehydration mode?
- Can the door be left open or closed in Dehydration mode?
About Dehydration Mode
Dehydration mode allows food to dry slowly for preservation and other uses.
- The dehydration accessory comes with a rubber stopper that is inserted in the door latch.
- The stopper props the door ajar and presses the light switch, turning the light off inside the oven.
- Stopper does not press the switch on E Series Ovens. The light is controlled using the Oven Light key on the control pad.
- Dehydration mode is available on all Wolf electric ovens made after 2004.
- Electric ovens are the only products that feature a dehydration mode.
- Dehydration mode overrides the 12-hour oven shutdown and can stay on for an indefinite period of time.
- The preset temperature is 135°F, with a range of 110°F - 160°F. Refer to selected recipe for temperature suggestion.
Dehydration Mode Tips
For best dehydration results:
- Do not preheat when using Dehydration mode.
- Multiple racks can be used simultaneously.
- Some foods require as many as 14 to 15 hours to fully dehydrate. Refer to selected recipe for dehydration time.
- Verify food is properly prepared and dry before placing in the oven.
- Wolf does not suggest dehydrating food with the door closed, as this takes an excessive amount of time.
- Delayed Start Feature may be used with Dehydration mode.
- The maximum cook time allowed while using Delayed Start is 9 hours and 59 minutes, regardless of which mode is used.
- Foods may require longer than 10 hours to dehydrate properly.
Refer to product Use and Care Guide or the following resources for instructions on setting dehydration mode:
- E Series Oven Dehydration Mode
- L Series Oven Dehydration Mode
- M Series Oven Dehydration Mode
- Dual Fuel Range Dehydration Mode
- Dehydrating with a Convection Steam Oven
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