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Easy Food Dehydrating Depot, Issue #017 - Happy Father's Day!
June 15, 2012
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Happy Father's Day to Dads Everywhere!
Welcome - to issue 17 of
My Latest Website Venture!
Last month I talked about Andrew Perlot, a Raw Foodist. Well, here I am, 30 days later and EIGHT, yes EIGHT pounds lighter!
So what's the site called?
Here it is: Go Raw Lose Weight
and I'd very much appreciate it if you'd all hop on over and give me a FaceBook LIKE for all my hard work and dedication. Who knows, you may even hop on the bandwagon too! I hope so.
Soggy Broccoli After Conditioning
Amy had a question: "I dehydrated fresh broccoli, all the pieces were brittle with a hint of moisture. I checked them the next day and they were all soft. I stored them in a Ziploc and placed them in a drawer inside my pantry. The Ziploc bag is temporary, until my Mylar bags come in. Would you please let me know what you think the problem could be? Thank you, Amy.
PS - Can you use Mason Jars with oxypacks instead of a vacuum sealer?"
Find the answers right here: FAQ, page 4.
Richard asks: "When Dehydrating Fruits is it best to have them slightly under ripe, fully ripe, or slightly over ripe to get the best nutritional value?" Find the answer right here, also on: FAQ, page 4.
Uneven Zucchini Blanching And Steaming
Debbie says: "Your blog is fantastic! My question is about dehydrating zucchini. I washed it, sliced it with my Magic Bullet (fast!) then dropped it into boiling water to blanch it, then put it in a colander and then in ice water, then laid out on paper towels to blot up excess water; THEN into Excalibur 9-tray 125-degrees for 10 hrs. Then into quart mason jar, vac sealed the lid (neat!) with my Foodsaver. BUT this is SO much work for only a quart of dried zucchini chips which we eat up almost immediately!! Which steps can I leave out or streamline so this is faster? Could I steam instead of blanch (saw that on your blog) if so, how long? Could I up the temp on the dehydrator and lower the time (without losing nutrients)? Sorry this is so long. Need help! Your site is the best I have found so far - thanks, Debbie"
Check out: FAQ, page 4 for the answer to Debbie's Zucchini steaming!
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