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    Default The Zero Ounce UL Apple.

    DSCN0349a.jpgCaught you!

    Yep I took three sour Granny Smiths ran them through the Mandolin on ultra thin dropped them in a bowl with water and a squirt of lemon juice...spread on the dryer two trays per apple, Dusted Powder sugar and cinnimon and a dash of nutmeg.... looks like four hours must roate the trays every hour.

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    WEIGHS NEXT TO NOTHING IN A GLAD BAG> YUM.
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    Loo king goo d,I am going to try some gravel(beef) this year for Chili.
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    Dried apples are great. If you want awesome, try drying fresh strawberries. Cut them in half, put them seed-side-down on the trays, and dry. Then toss them in gorp or in your granola for breakfast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigcranky View Post
    Dried apples are great. If you want awesome, try drying fresh strawberries. Cut them in half, put them seed-side-down on the trays, and dry. Then toss them in gorp or in your granola for breakfast.
    The 1/2 part wont work in drying - freeze dried or dried Big Cranky.... its about removing water. thin slices will work better! just like my post about solar panels the biggest discovery was thinner smaller closer together lines makes more power...

    3 Grannys = 3oz - AWESOME!
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    We've been drying strawberries by cutting them in half for twenty years. NOW you tell me I'm doing it wrong. Huh.

    Anyway, thin slices don't work because they stick to the tray. The point of putting the seed side down is to prevent this.
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    Hey you two! Play nice!
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    (throws a strawberry at Feral Bill)
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocketsocks View Post
    Loo king goo d,I am going to try some gravel(beef) this year for Chili.
    Go straight to the source. Hormel with and without beans dehydrated and dehydrated great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigcranky View Post
    (throws a strawberry at Feral Bill)
    (Gobbles it down, in halves or slices.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spools View Post
    Go straight to the source. Hormel with and without beans dehydrated and dehydrated great.
    Are you saying hormel makes there chili now in a dehydrated form?if so..I'd try it.And if your saying just dehydrate there can chili?I'd try that too.But getting away from 39% sodium intrests me.
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    sorry thats 39%/drv
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