Dehydrating food

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Re: Dehydrating food

Postby hallysmally » Tue 07 Sep, 2021 9:58 pm

Joe wrote:What sort of dehydrater do you use? Might have to look into getting one.


Grab a 10 tray dehyd off ebay. You can snag for $200, just grab the ones with steel trays. they last longer, easier to clean and wont warp
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Re: Dehydrating food

Postby ofuros » Mon 04 Oct, 2021 9:56 am

Play day...

Gooseberries....maybe I should've cut the berries in halves, we'll see. :wink:

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...and Jackfruit.

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Re: Dehydrating food

Postby Aardvark » Mon 04 Oct, 2021 12:52 pm

Another method of dehydrating grapes (much the same for gooseberries i imagine)is to craze them first. When they are cold, place them in small batches in boiling water for the skin to develop fine cracks on the surface.
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Re: Dehydrating food

Postby ofuros » Mon 04 Oct, 2021 1:41 pm

Thanks for the info, Aardvark.
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