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SLEDDER
Pittsburgh, PA
(Zone 6a)

September 24, 2003
3:47 PM

Post #659498

Have you ever made them? I have a dehydrator but haven't tried apples. Anyone else?

Thank you..

"T" :)
Ruth
Tabor, SD
(Zone 4b)

September 26, 2003
2:12 PM

Post #661558

My dad makes them all the time. He has a little peeler/slicer and a big dehydrator. He dries them over night and sticks them into a clean recycled jar with a lid. They keep for a long time.
Nebraska_Jewel
southeast, NE

September 28, 2003
2:30 PM

Post #663426

I have dried apples in a dehydrator in the past. I usually soak them in a fruit fresh solution so they don't get too brown and then follow the dehydrator's instructions. They are very good.

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