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what to use a dehydrator for how to dry sage with a dehydrator | ehow

by:IKE     2019-06-20
The rat plum harvested from your vanilla garden can add a pleasant taste to the sausage, meatloaf or filling.More importantly, you can save things that are a little bit bitter.Taste the holy leaves when covering your garden with snow blankets in winter.Drying sages in food hydrator will soon complete the task, and the irritation of finished products is three to four times that of fresh sages.When using a food dehydrator, always start with a clean, dry tray.
According to the manufacturer's instructions of the dehydrator, preheat the dehydrator to between 95 degrees and 115 degrees.If you are in a damp place, turn the machine to 125 degrees.
Cut the stem with leaves from the stage plant without damaging the leaves.The ideal time to harvest is before the flowers open, when they are still buds.In the morning, collect the sages immediately after any dew evaporates.
Rinse the leaves under cold tap water and gently shake the leaves to remove moisture.
Place the stems of the leaves on the tray of the dehydrator for one layer without overlapping.Remove any defective leaves or stems in any way.
Cover the food dehydrator according to the instructions of the manufacturer of the food dehydrator.For stacked food dehydrator, this includes stacking the tray at the bottom of the machine and adding the lid while the drawer-The style dehydrator requires you to insert the tray like a drawer.
Keep the machine running and check the drying progress regularly.It can take 1 to 4 hours.If the stems are broken or the leaves are broken, they can be removed from the machine.Remove the leaves from the stem and store the leaves in a closed container.
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