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Preserving - Drying -  Dehydrating Cranberries Post by :aurum Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :March 2012 Read :1954

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Preserving - Drying - Dehydrating Cranberries

In a bowl, pour boiling water over the cranberries or submerge them in a pot of boiling water with the heat turned off. Let them sit in the water until the skin pops. Do not let the berries boil or the flesh will turn mushy. Drain.

If desired, coat the berries with either a light corn syrup or granulated sugar or brown sugar.

Transfer the berries to a cooking sheet and place them in a freezer for 2 hours. Freezing the berries helps in breaking down the cell structure promoting faster drying.

Put the berries on a mesh sheet in the dehydrator and dry for 10 to 16 hours, depending on the make of the dehydrator, until chewy and with no pockets of moisture.
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Preserving - Drying Bananas Preserving - Drying Bananas

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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Preserving - Drying -  Dehydrated Fruit
Bananas: Peel, slice lenghways and lay them cut side up on the dehydrator tray. If they are big bananas I sometimes cut them in half and sometimes I will quarter the lengthways ones. Depending on the weather it takes about 14 to 18 hours (we like them chewey not crisp). I can usually get 5 bananas on a tray. Pineapples: Cut off top and bottom and cut off the rind. Leave the core in. Then slice as thin as you can (1/8 inch if you can) and lay on the trays. When I have about 1 1/2 to 2 inches of