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- October 16, 2003 at 12:16 am #250230Guest
Firstly, our site, https://www.budget101.com/dehydrated_foods.htm has a great
food drying/dehydrating section to answer many of your questions. However,
members often ask specifically about drying apples this time of year.
Once you have peeled & sliced your apples dunk them into a mixture of ascorbic
acid (Vitamin C!), The amount I use is 2 tsp per cup of warm water. Ascorbic
acid is available at most walmarts/targets, etc.
Some recipes may recommend soaking your fruit in salt or vinegar, which not
only ruins the taste, but results in a longer drying time.
For a complete step by step guide to drying fruits & vegetables, as well as
recipes such as spiced fruit leather, please visit :
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