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Old 10-24-2011, 07:13 PM   #1
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I have been so focused on dehydrating things that I have failed to remember what to do with the stuff after it done . I found my digital oven will go to 175 degrees and 2 big 1/2 sheet pans with silicone sheets work great. I have one of those mandolins for slicing. Now I have gallon bags of dried apple rings. Help, what is the best way to store them?



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We vacuum seal either in bags or jars after drying. Bit overkill, but should lead to long storage life.



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I wish I had that problem...

Glad you have it! Extra food is a good thing. Bet you'll work it out.

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Once you vacuum seal it do you need to freeze it or can it stay out on the shelf like potato chip? How long will it last? anyone have a link for info on drying food? Thanks

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