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Dehydrated Green Beans stink?

This is a discussion on Dehydrated Green Beans stink? within the Survival Food Procurement forums, part of the Off-Grid Lifestyle category; Grocery store was having a sale on the frozen in a bag beans. I ran the dehydrator this weekend and the green beans really stink. ...

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    Dehydrated Green Beans stink?

    Grocery store was having a sale on the frozen in a bag beans. I ran the dehydrator this weekend and the green beans really stink. Is that normal, or did I do something wrong? I steamed them for 5 minutes before placing them in the dehydrator.

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    I've never dehydrated green beans. Have you considered canning them?
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    Oh well. As long as they hold and can be eaten later.

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    The frozen beans were probably already blanched (most are), so the need to steam wasn't necessary. I don't recall my beans stinking, though some folks noses are more sensative than mine...

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