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Preserving - Drying Bananas Post by :lduncanjr Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :March 2012 Read :2955

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Preserving - Drying Bananas

Avoid over-ripe bananas.

Slice into even pieces and peel.

Soak in an ascorbic acid bath 2-3 minutes before drying.

Dry approximately 55 hours at 100 degrees or until crisp.

Dry in a 200 degree oven with the door propped open.

The food must be rotated frequently.
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