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    I'm not familiar with the term purse in relation to cooking. Did you mean puree the fruit?

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    Malcolm.

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    Default Re: Drying Fruit Leathers

    Thank you Malcom, that should be "Pulse", not 'purse'.
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    My sons both have made their own fruit leather after watching me make it. We have always had fun doing it. Now that they are all grown up I have no need for it. However it was always easy and fun.

    Wish we had had all this information when we were first starting out.

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    What a great way to save extra fruit instead of tossing it into the compost pile!

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    Can you use parchment paper instead of plastic wrap?

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    Guess my other post got lost lol....can we use parchment paper in place of plastic wrap?

    Thanks

 

 

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