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Although dried fruits are ever-popular, you can also dry vegetables and herbs.So, when fresh garden tomatoes are overflowing your counter-tops in September, you can load them into your dehydrator and dry them to use through the winter.Green beans or kale leaves can be lightly salted and turned into addictive crunchy snacks.With a little extra prep, you can make your own homemade fruit leathers, crackers, and jerky! Dehydrating is done at fairly low temperatures, so it’s pretty gentle on the nutrients.
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Perfect for having seasonal fruits and veggies year 'round. Dehydrate grapes to make your own (better-than-store-bought) raisins.
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