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This is a discussion on Tonight's Dehydration within the Garden, Canning, Long Term Food Storage forums, part of the Survival Food Procurement category; Oh wow, I have that exact same dehydrator! I've used it for jerky, and that's been it so far. I've been wanting to do some ...
Oh wow, I have that exact same dehydrator! I've used it for jerky, and that's been it so far. I've been wanting to do some fruit with it though, what do you think is the best method for storing the dried fruit? I'm almost a total beginner here, but look forward to learning as much as I can about this!
I vacuum seal everything I dehydrate, either in jars or bags. Dried fruit doesn't have a long life span like veggies. Be sure to rotate your stock.
Originally Posted by AvengersAssembled
Montana Rancher - I use a small spray bottle filled with lemon juice for fruit instead of dipping. Takes less time.
How long do they stay in the dehydrator? And how much longer for the beans?
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