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where can i buy a dehydrator how to dehydrate apples (with pictures) | ehow

by:IKE     2019-06-21
The sweet, sour, juicy, crisp fresh apple is a satisfying snack.The apples are also well preserved and last for a few weeks at room temperature and for a month or two in the fridge.Dry apples extend their service life to months or even years, and can greatly reduce the weight and volume of apples.Even if you don't have a dehydrator, you can easily dry your own clothes at home.
Even though stronger apples make the slices cleaner, both strong and delicious varieties of apples can be dried.Select perfect, flawless specimens and slice them as evenly as possible so they dry all the time.Mandolin slicer or rotary slicercore-Peel-off gadgets sold in most kitchenware stores provide the perfect slice and speed up your preparation.Once the apples are cut, they turn brown and soften quickly, so soak them in the resistanceWith vitamin C or citric acid or--If you don't have these things on hand-Water and lemon juice.In addition to its aesthetic value, this inhibits the growth of bacteria.
The countertop dehydrator provides the most effective drying method.Arrange your apple ring or half.Monthly sheets on pallets, make sure they are not in contact and leave enough space for air circulation.If the temperature of your model is variable, 125 to 135 degrees F is ideal.Single-The temperature model is slightly warmer at 140 degrees F.Dry apples until they become tough and no longer tacky, which can take 4 hours or 10 to 12 hours depending on the thickness of the slice.If your goal is to crisp apple "chips", put them in the dehydrator until they become hard and brittle.In some models, you may need to shuffle the tray on a regular basis to ensure even drying.
If you don't have a commercial food dehydrator, your oven is OK as well.Put the apple on the parchmentLined baking pan, or--better yet --A wire rack placed on a baking tray.Adjust the oven to 140 degrees Fahrenheit or as low as possible.Open the door if necessary to keep it low.Oven-It can take 10 to 20 hours to dry, because unlike the dehydrator, most ovens do not have fans to push the surrounding air.If applicable, use the convection fan of the oven, or set the fan at the opening of the door to push the air through to speed up the process.Turn the slices regularly to ensure even drying.
Due to the unpredictable flow of air, the fruits are always uneven in drying, so if you "condition" them after the apples dry, your dehydrated apples will remain in a more reliable state.This simply means tying the slices in a sealed jar for about a week, which provides an opportunity for moisture balance inside.If you see the condensation in the jar, your Apple is not dry enough and takes more time.Freeze the slices for 48 hours once conditions are available, killing any insects or eggs that may exist.Pack the dry slices in a airtight bag or sealed container and store them in a cool and dry place for up to a year.
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