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home fruit dryer machine ? |

by:IKE     2019-06-22
People have been drying fruits such as grapes, plums and figs for thousands of years.In the end, all popular fruits originating in the inhabited areas of humanity are dried and stored.One of the reasons for this preservation method is that the taste and sugar of the fruit become concentrated.The heat of dried fruit is 4 to 5 times that of fresh fruit.Dried fruits take up less space and carry them lightly when traveling.Dried fruit must be properly stored in order to remain good.
Fruit-Drying is a common way to preserve fruits and can be eaten outside of peak seasons.Fruit can be dried in the sun on the screen or tray, or on the home dryer.Sun-Drying takes more time and often leads to loss of nutrition.Home fruit dryers are often available in one 24-hour period.Sun-It takes 4 times to dry.
Room temperature is the ideal temperature for storing dried fruits.Do not store dried fruits in direct sunlight or near any heat source.In addition, the fruit is stored in a tightly sealed container.Oxygen will dry the fruit, harder than the stone.It will also promote deterioration and deterioration.The ideal room temperature is 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 degrees Celsius) or below.Any air-Tight containers for room temperature storage, including glass or plastic bottles, zip bags, plastic containers with lids or any other appropriate air-Tight containerIf ambient air conditions are generally wet, it may be appropriate to refrigerate dried fruits.Dried fruit will be stored for 12 months under suitable conditions.
Dried fruits can also be frozen and preserved.Store fruit in the airTight containers to prevent freezing burns so that the fruit lasts longer.When you are ready to eat frozen dried fruit, it will not take a long time to thaw after taking it out of the refrigerator.The best freezing temperature is 0 degrees Fahrenheit (-18 degrees Celsius ).At this temperature, frozen dried fruits will last for at least 12 months.
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