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Monday, August 15, 2011

Home Made Fruit Leather: How to Make it.

 Peach + Nectarine

Oh yum. This one's fun. I went to the market and bought the over-ripe (perfectly ripe) fruit (peaches, apricots, and nectarines) for a nice discount. Chopped off the bad bits. Blended a couple blenders full of good bits, poured it on wax paper sitting on the dehydrator tray... and one sunny day later... yummy.

 The rest I ate, refrigerated, and froze. You can pay $3.49 for 10 ounces of frozen organic peaches... or you can pay $1 for 2 pounds of organic peaches...

If you live somewhere with inconsistent sun or no space... consider the Excalibur.

Excalibur 3900 Deluxe Series 9 Tray Food Dehydrator - Black

Further Instructions

Banana based fruit leather is REALLY good. Bananas are one of those lovely fruits you can frequently buy for wonderful prices. Just take the ripe ones and blend them and pour them on your tray. Thinner is faster. If you pour too thick you might not get leather and will have some kind of disaster.

Experiment! But abide by proper fruit combining rules.

If you want to get wild, add celery.

There's a RIDICULOUS recipe you can make with these wraps.

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